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Co-workers are amazing and talented. Management and supervision on the other hand is not supportive and there is little mentoring.

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You have to go through the parents as an interview and then a background check through the state

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Anywhere from 8-14 hours a day.

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Retirement pension plan. Flexible spending account, dental benefits, tuition free college benefit.

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Full-time permanent status State of WA employees vest after 5 years of State employment. More information can be found at this website: http://www.drs.wa.gov/

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Yes background checks for sure! Especially if you work for Children's Administration.

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Yes, they are able to apply for any job at Lakeland Village.

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Must complete application and other requirements at a local Department of Health & Human Services office.

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Usually a 3-4 personal interview panel with job related behavioral based interview questions. Do your homework and research the agency. Try to see if you can get a copy of the actual job description.

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