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What are your hours for a direct support profession 1

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You will receive 8 hours of vacation time per month. I believe you can only earn up to 10 hours of vacation time per month, but you'll have to work there for years.

We are only allowed to take 40 vacation hours per month. It has to be approved by a committee and put in a month in advance. Policies may differ from place to place though.

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Very long and unpredictable. Staff does not show up on time and you have to cover two shifts most of the time (16-hour work days).

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8 to 10 hrs a day as needed

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Paid every 2 weeks

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As long as you can pass a background check, a drug test and have graduated from high school/have a GED you shouldn't have a problem getting hired.

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Standard operating procedure, f2f, drug screen, follow up, slow...

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It is a fast paced facility and each day is different, and you have to be alert and focus a 100% of the time.

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