Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at SCO Family of Services.
Warm and welcoming the staff and families and children most of the time.
Based on other answers perhaps I was lucky, but it took me only a month from my first interview to my first week of training. The time it can take has to do with clearances and your availability to do the training prior to being hired. If you happen to have an open schedule, should be no problem.
Be your natural self most people can see right away if you are faking it.
The important party of this agency you have to love working with children and families period its very important its the only thing that is very important. You should have some experience and academic profience for this kind of job
SCO Family of Services offers up to 24 vacation days per year and employees may accrue up to 1 ½ times their annual vacation accrual.
Answered by SCO Family of Services
Yes you and you are subjected to a 24 on call response with no additional compensation for your inconvience. You will never make 40,000 which should be your starting salary with all the different hats you are required to wear
Fair. I was paid the adequate amount for what my duties entailed.
SCO family of Services does not participate in the Teachers Retirement. SCO has flexible a work schedule. I work from 8am to 4pm on most days. At times I work from 7:45am to 3:45pm.
As long as they improve the salaries and make them more competitive they should continue to be among the great agencies to work for.
Individuals you serve can throw your food that you have worked hard to prepare for them. You then are expected to make them something else. I have been attacked from behind in the kitchen and threatened with a knife that one of the individuals grabbed.