What is it like to work at Native American Rehabilitation Association?

4.0Work/Life Balance
3.7Compensation/Benefits
3.0Job Security/Advancement
3.1Management
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It was rewarding working on behalf of those who were seeking services.
Written by Family Resource Coordinator (Former Employee) from Portland, OR on October 25, 2017
Helping clients with job searches and assigning community resources as needed.

I learned the importance of listening to the expressed needs of the clients in helping them to sustain and meet their own needs.

The atmosphere encouraged and empowered the population with the excitement of doing for themselves through needed educational workshops and - more ... by providing utility assistance.

The hardest part of the job was having to turn away recipients who were in need of financial services because of exhausted funds.

The most enjoyable part was providing the sought assistance needed to enable ... - less
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