Cascade Behavioral Hospital Careers and Employment
- Company size11 to 50
- Revenue$5M to $25M (USD)
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There is a new CEO who is making some great changes to Cascade including working on improving the safety of the hospital, a Veteran's program, implemented additional roles in Social Services to facilitate This is a high-stress environment, but also incredibly rewarding and I believe the culture and safety measures are changing for the better. Things are beginning to run more efficiently so that we can work smarter, not harder, and I believe my Director truly cares about me and my career. I am grateful for this experience and I believe it will prepare me for almost any other position!
Social Worker in Tukwila, WA
on December 25, 2020
If you want to work for a team that is more concerned with their title than the overall company mission of helping those in need, then this is the job for you. New management provided a gossipy team, poor cross team communication, and a hostile environment for a new employee. After the first 2 weeks it was like walking on egg shells. There was no guidance, no communication, and no correction, just straight to written warnings and slander.
Business Development in Tukwila, WA
on November 9, 2020
This was my first travel assignment as a psych nurse. The staff and management were very kind to me and I enjoyed my assignment. -Ha! there's a MINIMUM of 50 characters. There you go Indeed.
Registered Nurse (Travel) in Tukwila, WA
on June 3, 2020
Have worked here for over 4 years. Cascade patients are a vulnerable population and the field of behavioral health is difficult because of stigma and other challenges. I believe that this organization provides enough freedom to approach the work in the best way possible without micromanaging culture. Plently of places to work, with this one you get great folks to work with that care about patients and staff who care for them.
nurse in Tukwila, WA
on March 23, 2020
Upper management is very hit or miss. Extremely high turnover. Admins do not understand client care and analyze from a business perspective. Hit or miss on psychiatric care. Some are amazing and others are quacks. Seems like most of the good people left or are in the process of leaving. No communication, poor structure, expectation of immense workload "for the team" when some people do bare minimum.
Clinician in Tukwila, WA
on November 20, 2019
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