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CCRES provides staffing services to children primarily diagnosed on the autism spectrum in Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, and Montgomery Counties.

Our positions are fee for service and classified as part-time positions, meaning that staff work the hours considered to be medically necessary for our clients.

A large portion of our staff in Chester County work between 27-38 hours per week working in the school AND picking up extra hours in the home/community setting.

Our other 4 counties have a variety of hours based on the county's Managed Care Organization's authorized hours in the school, home or community setting.

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Good I recommended CCRES to other professionals.

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Fine as per the client and school you work with

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I applied on line

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I m not sure I think they do.

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CCRES does not provide healthcare benefits, however we offer a matching 403B plan to w-2 employees.

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I have not ever heard of raises after the six month salary cap.

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13 hours up to 32.5 hours depending on in services and cancelations

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