What is it like to work at Children's Home + Aid?

3.4Work/Life Balance
3.2Compensation/Benefits
2.6Job Security/Advancement
2.8Management
3.0Culture
3.0
Good place to gain experience, but you might want to eventually move on
Written by Program Coordinator (Current Employee) from Bloomington, IL on November 29, 2017
I started at CHA in their daycare, then got an internship into the foster care department. After 13m I moved to their foster care program as a Case Aid, and 10m after that I became Caseworker. Four years after that I became Program Coordinator.
While at first I loved my job. I loved what I was doing, making a positive difference in the lives of - more ... children and families.
The company attempts to push work/life balance, and maybe it's only the program I was in, but in an emotionally exhausting job that's difficult to do. I was married to my work and after almost seven years there I was finally ... - less
Prosbenefits, 401K
Conslack of growth, low pay
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