Community Disability Worker (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 29 May 2017
Not very sure but its a good place to work with good team work as long as we have the passion to love and care for the individuals. There is nothing much to say as I am still a new hire but i do love the company and the systerm is very good
Volunteered as a Youth Mentor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 5 March 2017
They expected you to come up with a new game for every morning you came in to volunteer. You could not repeat the same game either and it had to encourage using language. These requirements made it very had to come up with new games.
Catholic Social Services, Catholic Charities, Sign of Hope - Alberta Canada is a trendsetter at the heart of diverse social services for the province of Alberta. The agency is well managed, efficient, and proud of its employees, empowering them with many opportunities for growth and advancement.
Rehabilitation Support Worker (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 January 2017
A great place to work. The only reason I left was I could not advance in position as to do so you had to have more education. The management of this company is awesome. They stand behind their mission statement
Meet awesome people from all over the world
Could not advance in position unless had higher education. At least back then, unsure now
Program Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 3 December 2016
It was a good experience to work for this organization, But the one thing the need to approve is . When there is a job posting the requirement of the job never matches who ever they hire. People with did different experience and different education or incomplete education can get the positions.
This job gave me flexibility and taught me new skills
Respite Worker (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 18 August 2016
Working for Catholic Social Services gave me an insight as to what is available in the community to offer those with disability. Working at this company has provided many opportunities and has given many skills to work in this field. It was a fun, reliable job which gave me the flexibility to continue in my recent job at the time.
Disability Support Worker (Former Employee) – Wainwright, AB – 20 November 2015
From the top to the bottom this company has poorly trained staff, and a culture of discrimination. Often employees were left to attend to management's job in order to maintain safety for clients. I worry that this situation is dangerous to those clients this company supports.
wonderful peer co-workers with hearts of gold
long hours, understaffing, downloading of duties onto subordinates
Community Disability Worker (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 November 2015
great company to work with! it is truly amazing what they do in the community. I work in the disability program, typical day could be accompanying them for an outing or cooking there food and giving prescribed meds, or creating crafts and such. it is not very stressful job. Staffs are all great! I am proud to work here!
CDW (Current Employee) – Edmonton Alberta – 12 October 2015
They got great staff benefits and good incentives, Easy job and great staff and clients ratio. Lots of hours and flexible hours available.
Stable job as they don't fire any staff.
salary is not great, Some Team Leaders have no experience, will not work frontline. Hires worker that can't speak or read english very well, They hire supervisor with no experience and doesn't know how to manage in disability services.