THE CENTER FOR HUMAN SERVICES Employee Reviews in Shoreline, WA

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Easy Going and Rewarding
Junior Database Administrator (Current Employee) –  Shoreline, WAJuly 23, 2017
This non-profit, focused on Behavior Health, is very generous to its employees in both benefits and within the office. It provides the resources necessary to complete any given task, and is forward thinking. However, management is too lenient and there are workers there who have spent the past 5+ years either doing nothing or doing way too much. Difficult to get situated as someone who wants to get things done immediately, but highly gratifying for someone who wants to pace themselves and learn about the healthcare industry and working in non-profits.
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Too relaxed
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3.0
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Counselors were knowledgeable.
Substance Abuse Assistant Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Shoreline, WAAugust 8, 2013
This is an excellent place for interns to get a wide variety of skills.
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