Very productive, diverse and fun filled environment
Job Discovery Program Instructor (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 1, 2018
I love my job very much, from the timings to weekend offs, paid holidays and paid time off. I work with Individuals with Intellectual disabilities. It's a community based job where I trained students from clark county school district for the community jobs.The most enjoyable part of my job is to work with the Students from different cultures and backgrounds; they love you for who you are and never judge you. The Management is great, we have a open door policy; where you never have to schedule any appointment to see them. In Short I love my job.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Mason City, IA – June 25, 2018
i took care of 3 guys in one house and 3 girls in another. helped them cook and made sure they took a shower and brushed their teeth. there was some joking with the ppl i worked with just to make time go faster
Licensed Practical Nurse (PRN) (Former Employee) – north las vegas – June 5, 2018
I enjoyed working with them th3ey were the best life experience I ever had the day starts with picking them up from the bus feeding then changing then doing activities with them. The job and work is very organized
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 6, 2018
Laid back and relaxed work place. Team atmosphere. The hardest part of the job is having a heavy caseload of 85-100 clients and the paperwork. Being responsible for the safety and security of each client. Must be able to face unprepared emergencies.
paid lunch, great benefits. discounts throughout the city.
Personal Support Professional (Current Employee) – Clear Lake, IA – April 23, 2018
Working at the village was a wonderful learning experience. The staff and clients made the workplace comfortable and enjoyable. If given another opportunity be be employed by this company, I would suggest this company every time.
Personal Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Clear Lake, IA – April 5, 2018
Too many accidents all of the time. I didn't like my position there because the clients would urinate or bowel movement in their pants, shower, beds. Meals were not very nutritious for the clients. Rules were not enforced.
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 25, 2018
Opportunity Village is a pretty laid back work environment, the clients there are amazing, as well as certain staff, a lot of community gatherings and non profitable organization events that would bring a lot of individuals together
Management (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 11, 2018
Service Contracts as well as Human Resources are filthy, two faced, unethical individuals with a do as I say, not what I do type attitude. Full of favoritism & nepotism. Clients are not held accountable for their demeanor and/or false allegations against fellow staff/supervisors, Human Resources creates a consequence free environment enabling clients to manipulate the system. Reprimanding clients is non existent. Most management is completely incompetent and ill experienced. Although there were some great times there, the negatives far out way the positives.Management picks and singles out whom they want to enforce policy and procedures on. If they saw you had a mind of your own, you were considered a threat.
Great interactions with certain clients and personnel
Inept and incompetent upper management, along with a circus of an HR Department
Activity Coordinator (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 1, 2018
I enjoy what i do for the individual's. The daysare never the same and i always learn something new each day. The hardest part is trying not too get too attached to the individual's. Changing cyckes of 3 months is sometimes ard. Learning how to work with different cultuers with each indivdual.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fort Dodge, IA – January 12, 2018
This company were only out for themselves. As a supervisor, I asked for assistance on more than one occasion to no avail. They wanted to get paid, but not look out for the best interest for their clients.
Personal Support Professional (Former Employee) – Clear Lake, IA – November 16, 2017
Chaperoned up to 16 clients in a team environment Aided in routine activities including hygiene care, medication administration, transportation, shopping, cooking, cleaning and other life experiences Engaged clients in goal setting that encouraged personal development, achievement and independence Documented all client interactions daily per state and federal requirements
Driver (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 9, 2017
When you clock in the mornings... - get your work truck keys - get your route sheets for the day - load up your work truck with bins
During your route... - jumping in and out of your work truck - swapping filled bins with paper for empty ones or emptying console bags - getting signatures on the route sheets for every stop
After your route... - unload filled bins from your work truck - weigh every bin and document it on the individual route sheets - stage bin to be ready for shredding
Coworkers... - have the facial expressions of not wanting to be there - constantly complaining about being underpaid - constantly complaining about being overworked - constantly complaining about staffing shortages - constantly complaining about there route for the day - constantly complaining??
Management... - person in charge seems very lackluster on department issues - person in charge seems to neglect drivers/ drivers issues - need to balance being professional with being human, engage in your staff, be personally involved and not with just there output
Conclusion... - job can be very easy but the company’s policies and procedures make it hard on the entire staff of employees - unrealistic routes with too many stops and not enough help - they tolerate poor performance and permit weak links to exist with no consequences - they treat everyone equally which shows your top performers no matter how high they perform they will be treated the same as the bozo who just punches the clock - no room for advancement - issues and concerns that arise withinmore... each department should be addressed but feels like they land on deaf ears - drivers complaining about more pay should be addressed to upper management but it just lands on deaf ears - drivers are the backbone of opportunity village but they are not treated as such with insufficient compensation and adequate staffingless
Taking breaks when you can while on your route, Low pay for the work being done, Not enough drivers/helpers
Job Coach (Current Employee) – Clear Lake, IA – September 5, 2017
Working with clients at One Vision , whether at their homes, work services or at their community jobs is a rewarding experience. It is a demanding job but the efforts are well worth it. The culture at One Vision is being part of a team and family. The clients are the best part of the job and there are a lot of great employees and co-workers.
Flexible with schedule when needed
Many changes in work enviroment due to government regulations
Activities Coordinator (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 28, 2017
I worked at opportunity village for about 2 months. While i was there i met co-workers that i thought were awesome at what they did with the clients and individuals and they were also very helpful in getting me enriched with the program itself. The admin was the issue. They provide no curriculum for any of the clients that attend opportunity village. They don't go to bat for their employees and could less about what they need. Seems as if they only care about making money off the clients that are there. The employees that work there actually have a passion for the clients they work with and the individuals that are there and it doesn't seem that the higher-ups share that same passion or concern. I really hope that things change because this could be an awesome place and maybe it just the one sight that i worked at but nevertheless things need to change and fast. I wish them the best.
great co-workers in enable and individuals to be around daily.