Youth Care Worker (Former Employee) – McKeesport, PA – January 3, 2019
Very challenging worlk place but they don’t pay enough and their standards to move up are due to experience and even if you have experience they still don’t pay enough. Its a non profit place that does good work but can’t keep employees for nothing because management could use some work.
its can be fun if your the type to engage the kids.
Youth Care Worker (Current Employee) – McKeesport, PA – June 4, 2018
I really enjoyed working at Auberle, but I wasn't valued nor was there any accountability held for the children. They were able to do whatever they wanted without any consequences and I had a problem with that.
Auberle is Mission driven and always offers opportunities for education and growth
YOUTH COACH MANAGER (Current Employee) – 412 Youth Zone (Downtown Pittsburgh) – April 6, 2018
Auberle is full of opportunities for not only the staff that work there but for the individuals we serve. The passion and commitment of all those involved in providing care is unmatched and it truly gives you a sense that change can happen and growing personally and professionally is limitless.
Intern Therapist (Current Employee) – McKeesport, PA – March 29, 2018
Auberle truly strives to meet the needs of the community and attend to their mission and vision statements. Hardest part of the job is seeing a client who is working hard to improve their health or lifestyle regress due to being let down by other larger systems in their environment.
Family Woker/Parent Class Educator (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 21, 2018
The management and staff were all great people-there for a positive reason-to help kids and families. They all work as a positive team. The job brings some stress as going into homes and neighborhoods does not always feel safe, but you can have a partner with you. It is a very rewarding job-making a difference for kids and families.
positive culture and rewarding job
health insurance was changed to just a health savings account
Teaching Counselor (Former Employee) – McKeesport, PA – November 17, 2017
Did not like working for them, I quit when they took 2% out of everybody's pay because they were hurting for money. They did this without asking our permission they just called and said we're going to do it. They could not tell us when they was going to put the 2% back it could take up to a year and they was taking 2% out of every pay off every employee. Management was okay but they had no control over what the company did.
Art Therapy Intern (Former Employee) – McKeesport, PA – July 28, 2017
while I work ar Auberle as an art therapy intern, I was able to handle patients by myself. I was able to learn how to create a treatment plan for my patient and completed a mental health assessment by myself. I also learned how to balance my work hours and personal life. I learned how to be flexible with my coworkers and work-place. I realized that I was so much better than I thought. I learned to be brave to face issues and use my knowledge wisely.
Senior Case Specialist (Former Employee) – McKeesport, PA – July 19, 2017
The company is to be a sanctuary company, but does not utilize it. They do great things for the children in their care, but not their employees. They do not support their employees and will fire someone very quickly if they turn in someone for doing something inappropriate that is in higher management. The co-workers you work with are great and we all try to be a team and help each other, but once you leave that level and go higher it is a different world.
Case Specialist (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 8, 2017
learned a lot about the child welfare system. no two days on the job are the same. You're either extremely busy or trying to find something to do to ensure you still get your working hours. No real accountability is enforced by management.The hardest part of the job is the unorthodox work schedule while trying to raise a family or maintain a healthy personal life. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the children and their families