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Based on 1,392 responses, the job of Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.8 out of 5. On average, Program Manager, Non-Profit Organizations are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization?

June 2016
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Cooperate world, flexibility, management.
Cons: No direction from my supervisor.
July 2016
"Program management, low stress, lots of travel."
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization:
The person must be committed to work long hours.
October 2016
"Program Managers do a little bit of everything."
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: The collaboration and interaction with colleagues in other departments; relatively independent regarding tasks and responsibilities.
Cons: Unclear, undefined department/program goals; this role is the 'catch-all' for tasks that other departments do not want to do; heavily administrative in work load so very little time for higher-functioning tasks and responsibilities; don't really have a voice/representation regarding what Program Managers do/can do.
October 2016
"Independent non-profit management."
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Satisfaction in helping others and therapy practices.
Cons: Lack of support from co-workers and unexpected client death.
November 2016
"A very rewarding experience."
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization:
Pros: Serving those that are less fortunate.
Cons: Misunderstanding of job title and descriptions and supervision.
March 2017
"Find a Mentor."
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in Los Angeles:
Find someone willing to mentor you, challenge you, and celebrate you. I wish I had found a mentor sooner rather than later to help navigate my first real job out of college.
May 2017
"Working in San Diego."
Program Manager, Non-Profit Organization in San Diego:
Pros: It's a beautiful place to work.
Cons: I'm in ghettos a lot and traffics stinks.