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Ask many questions about the position and types of duties you would be involved in so you can determine if this is the type of work you are passionate about. Remember, you are interviewing us as much as we are interviewing you. This is challenging work but very rewarding as you will make a huge difference in the lives of our students/clients. The biggest reason people continue to work at New Story is the kids and the great working relationships they have with their peers. The Western Region has locations in DuBois, Indiana, Monroeville and Clearfield and our utmost concern is the safety of our students and staff.

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New Story gives Personal Time Off for staff to use for personal reasons whether it due to sickness or you want to take vacation. You accrue PTO (personal time off) which is carried over from year so you don't have to "use it or lose it."

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Hiring process was redundant and a waste of time.The Training Coordinator read everything out of a book. If I wasn't experienced I wouldn't of had a clue because your coworkers don't help the inexperienced unless they are trying to look good.

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I would provide training for new teachers, a more welcoming environment for staff, and have a set curriculum for teachers to do differential teaching to each student.

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No breaks, getting beat up, management

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This is a full-time position (35 hrs per week) which includes a full benefit package. The pay rate for the Administrative Assistant position in Clearfield is $12.00/hr.

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When I was at New Story the insurance was decent. Also, full time staff are paid when school is not in session (except summers). It was nice to have the holiday vacations and snow days and still be paid.

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You work with highly aggressive children who either are on the spectrum or have emotional disabilities. You come up with what you want to teach them essentially. If you’re just starting out there is no support or training that could prepare you for the stuff you deal with.

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Yearly I believe

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