Days/evenings/overnights can be really busy or really slow, but that's the joys of working in residential. It's unpredictable. There have been issues in the past between staff, but management has been able to help resolve those issues. Management is very open and approachable, but they are also trusting of their staff to run the group home in the best way possible. No micro-managing, but more than willing to help if there's an emergency/crisis. On-call supervisors, typically, no the residents of the house so there is no confusion if something happens on the weekends or in the evenings. KPAS offers a lot of in-house training whether it's first aid, CPI, or new developments in Autism treatment.
If you're part-time your hours vary from week-to-week