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Based on 98 responses, the job of Residential Program Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.04 out of 5. On average, Residential Program Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Residential Program Director?

June 2015
Residential Program Director:
Statewide responsibilities, and ability to stay overnight in Tucson to meet program needs. There can be moderate to high level of stress regarding program development opportunities. Organizational, time management and interpersonal skills required. Change within job and added responsibilities is inevitable so keeping an open mind and the ability to be flexible is essential.
July 2017
"Treating kids and family from diverse backgrounds of trauma."
Residential Program Director in Seattle:
Pros: To see the change in children and staff as they learn they are good, and believe and trust the process of change.
Cons: Failing to meet the needs children and family's needs, and watching people suffer from their trauma.
September 2017
"Work life balance."
Residential Program Director in Fort Edward:
Very demanding 24/7 job, making it difficult to obtain a comfortable work home balance.
November 2018
Residential Program Director in Riverside:
Pros: Location
Cons: Distance from home is 18 to 20 miles oneway
January 2019
Residential Program Director in South Bend:
Pros: close to home
Cons: South Bend
September 2019
Residential Program Director in Lakeland:
Pros: The people I care for and serve
Cons: Management
November 2019
"I work outside of slc and I love it."
Residential Program Director in Salt Lake City:
Pros: Its close to home
Cons: Nothing