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I’ve had a great experience as a team of the case management department. We all work as a team and have developed real friendships.

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Yes this employer accept B.S. psychology for community psychiatric support treatment specialist? and all behavior sciences/ social services bachelors are accepted.

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8-4:30 or 8:30-5 for case managers. If you manage your time well, the job requirements can be met.

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I feel great about it no problem and very proud.

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If you expect 110% from your employees you have to give more than 5% in return.

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It was very stressful and disorganized. Management has zero clue what they are doing. Management also takes no responsibility for thier mistakes and blames it on the employees. This company cares nothing about thier employees.

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It doesn't take long. The Requirments are Fill out a job application with Self, Case Manager, Socual Worker or Probation, or Parole Officer that has your full with Recovery Resources. From there you do your first interview with Job Management Coorednator , Take Urine Test, Than have the second Interview With Job Manager Supervisor for Job Placement. You pass all three. You start work and Get a Job placement and Assignment. Note when to start working You have to work for at least up to 30 Days before the next Pay Cycle. The May cycle is By Weekly and I work Parttime since May 7, 2016.

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Raise the amount of communication from upper management to the specialists in the field.

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