DeafBlind Ontario Services Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at DeafBlind Ontario Services?

2.7Work/Life Balance
2.9Salary/Benefits
2.6Job Security/Advancement
2.3Management
3.1Culture
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Good Opportunity
Written by Full Time Intervenor (Current Employee) from Georgina, ON on 29 November 2018
Was a student before I was hired on.
Love the clients, each are so different and teach you so much.
Co-workers are super helpful and will teach you different skills. You will meet a lot of people, great networking.
Took a long time to get full time, but there is always contracts available.
The schedule changes a lot, so you will need to be flexible - more... with your work hours.
I got crossed trained at all the houses, makes it so you can pick up more hours.
Some houses have behaviors or more support work, but you get introduced to a lot. - less
ProsClients, co-workers
ConsLong hours, shift work, constant changes
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