Service Coordinator/Counselor (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 18, 2018
I really enjoy working here. However, I am in school for my master's and need a higher paying job. My supervisor is wonderful and always has my back, and most of the clients are very pleasant. A crisis is rare, and is handled proficiently. The work culture is very friendly and family-like. I will miss working here.
Free breakfast and lunch, work environment, full benefits.
The work hours were good but nothing else to say good to say about the job. They made fun of the clients and I did not like that. I like my hours but did not like the fact that a co worker can tell lie on all the other co workers and not get into trouble for it
free breakfast and lunch if you like cereal and frozen food meals
unorganized, no training, managers show favoritism
Residential Counselor II (Current Employee) – Timonium, MD 21093 – December 18, 2018
I have been working with them for some months and there is lack of communications among staffs and, some staffs that are from the other part of the world that are not from here in America are been racially profiled and not treated equally
Service Coordinator/Rehab Counselor II (Current Employee) – Catonsville, MD – August 22, 2018
Great client community and wonderful CEO. Wonderful implementations within the company for client's recovery. Good incentives, HR staff and IT staff work very well to assist and are very team-oriented.
Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Westminster, MD – May 26, 2018
I loved my experience working there. It is work and you will be busy, but there are down times when you get everything done. I loved that they hire from within and work with their employees to reach their goals, if you are qualified and work for those goals.
I loved working with the clients.
The culture of the job sometimes is catty, causing some strain. Though just do your work and it doesn't become a problem.
Service Coordinator/counselor I (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – April 25, 2018
Working at Mosaic is not all bad, I have my own office the my director she is the best and I get to come in and go as I please no one stares over your shoulders when working. The bad part is that I have no benefits because they are to expensive and the Pay is only $13 an hour for me to be a service coordinator/counselor. I run groups, talk to clients 1to1 do DLA's and IRP's do trips with the clients and activities. all for $13 an hour. not enough money to survive and I don't have medical benefits. The kicker is they require you to have a bachelors and they pay $13 an hour I can't even pay back my student loan.
My supervisor is the best
Pay is to low for people with 2 degrees working on their 3rd
Productive workplace with opportunities to grow professionally and psychologically. Gives the benefits of achieving satisfaction, and it is because each work day you know that you help someone, who was/still is in the crisis health condition.
Program Coordinator, Healthcare Workers (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – January 31, 2018
Mosaic is a place you have to care about to work there long term. It offers a good leg in the door for human service workers, but human services have a lot of burn out factor, which is no different here. They care about their employees, but can't show it with compensation. They do offer good benefits and the work is rewarding if you care about it.
Great company, however they need to coordinate employee duties and company policies a little better. The clients are good. You will not make a lot of money, and if you work weekdays be prepared to constantly be busy and tired. Weekend work is best, but the pay is less. Be careful about your surroundings in some areas.
plenty paid vacation time
pay, need to find your own coverage in case of emergency
Lead Senior Lead Technician (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – December 13, 2017
The day stared with work orders, I would go the to each worker and made sure they understood the work orders that was issued to them. I trained them on the CMMS Maintenance software. This was to ensure the work orders was completed correctly...The hardest part of the job was unstopping toilets...This was the thing I had to learn but I knew it had to be done. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping the clients and know they appreciated it.ar
PRP Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – Westminster, MD – February 20, 2018
Mosaic is not difficult work if you are willing to deal with clients with mental illness. The staff is, for the most part, competent. However there are often difficulties in getting timely responses from other departments.
The center in Belcamp called Alliance is made up of crazy staffs. Management sucks and they discriminate against Africans. African Americans there are not good and hate fellow Africans. Will never recommend even my enemy to work there
Act as a case manager for assigned caseloads of residents, depending on program assignment. Guide and direct residents in maintaining rules and basic program guidelines. Observe, assess, and record resident behaviors. Assist in providing a safe and therapeutic environment according to established policies and procedures. Complete written documentation of rehabilitation plan, services, behaviors, and progress in compliance with Mosaic and program standards. Report pertinent observations to rehabilitation team. Participate in the evaluation of program effectiveness and efficiency and works to ensure continuous improvements in quality of service.
Decent staff but very much a clique and need to be the right color to be in it.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Md – October 8, 2017
Patients were the plus as well as free lunch. Pay low was told either to take a $2 pay cut and no benefits to become permanent instead of temp or be let go. That would be $8.00 an hr.. Declined then had to train my replacement. Wow