This is an okay entry-level position for individuals JUST STARTING out in the social services/mental health field. If you have at least two years of experience, you will feel as if you are hindered from utilizing your experience/education to help the individuals you serve. The pay sucks, but benefits are pretty good. My location had a pretty decent team. The doctors and management were pretty great, but you could tell who hated their jobs just by how long they had been there and the complaints they made. If you plan on becoming licensed in something, I would get your hours and move on, cause advancement here is few and far between; you really do have to know someone to move up. This position is also great if you like flexibility: Once you're done you can go home for the day. You get to drive around and go from house to house visiting clients and checking up on them and such. It's kinda fun, but I hate going into other people's houses. Luckily my location had cars to use, which is RARE in this field. Sometimes I had to use my car, but mostly I used the company cars, and if you do use your car you DO get reimbursed very well for mileage. Turnover is high here. Get your hours, get out. This is not a job to retire from, and you can tell cause some people want to leave but they "can't" cause the retirement is too good apparently.
Flexibility, insurance, vendor lunches at least once a week
Money-driven, best practices not utilized