Questions and Answers about Catholic Social Services

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The child and youth programs I’ve heard are some of the most difficult and best around. I am looking for a challenge and I have heard through this field that they have a few really good supervisors

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Employees are all scared of losing their jobs cause management keeps all employees in fear for there jobs. Real sick bunch.

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EAFP, paid sick time 10 days a year, 2 wellness days, RRSP, awesome benefits, Gym in Red Deer right in the office. Excellent training in Children’s work

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I interviewed for a Youth Worker position in Red Deer and it was a challenging interview but I felt excited about an opportunity to maybe work for them. The two people interviewing were so kind and really put me at ease. Both has been at the company for 10 and 15 years and involved in the actual work still which was good to see.

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Shift work usually 8 hour shifts between 7/3 and 3/11

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Know about the mission statement and what it means to you. Ask questions about the interviewers and what they like the least and most about Catholic Social Services

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Normally feedback from management comes through TLs and program managers through performance appraisals

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