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Child Crisis Arizona Overview

Mesa, AZ (US)
201 to 500 employees
1981
Non-profit Organisation
Social Services
€10 to €25 million (EUR) per year
Competitors

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Child Crisis Arizona is entering our fifth decade helping our community’s most vulnerable children and families. In times of crisis, we are there to help. When no crisis threatens, we are there to strengthen families, build resiliency and prevent crisis situations ... Read more

Mission: Child Crisis Arizona’s mission is to provide Arizona’s children a safe environment, free from abuse and neglect, by creating strong and successful families.

We do this through prevention, intervention and education programs designed to ... Read more

Child Crisis Arizona Reviews

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    I have been working at Child Crisis Arizona full-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    There are several Pros that come to mind about working at CCA; first, the mission of the organization speaks to my heart and makes every day at work worthwhile. Also, the people I work with are amazing! It's true that there will always be a bad apple (or 2) at any workplace. But those folks are definitely the exception to the other staff that work here. Finally, the benefits are great. We get a generous amount of PTO, Holidays', 401(k) matches; HSA matches; and the flexibility cannot be beat.

    Cons

    The only Con that comes to mind is the relational separation between management and support staff. There is a bit of a disconnect there. However, I've never felt that I cannot reach out to management.

    Advice to Management

    It would be great to see Management bridge that gap between upper management and staff. The hierarchy is quite stark.

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Child Crisis Arizona Interviews

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    The interview was held in a small training room. It was professional and the questions were read directly from the page. There was also a writing portion which was difficult but also great from a business perspective to get a precise answer for the questions.

    Interview Questions

    • Trying to answer how to work with troubled children without knowing the values of the company.   Answer Question
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