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The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News Top Workplaces 2011
Chester County Intermediate Unit

Employees in region:
HQ location:
Downingtown, PA

Top Workplace
’10, ’11

About Chester County Intermediate Unit

The Chester County Intermediate Unit is a regional educational service agency created by the Pennsylvania General Assembly in 1971. The Chester County Intermediate Unit provides quality, cost-effective services to the community and its residents through partnerships with local school districts, institutions of higher education, government agencies and community agencies.

What employees say

“She is extremely organized and knows what is going on everywhere at all times. She is compassionate - she truly cares about doing the best job for everyone.”
“Both my supervisor and the head of the organization keep us well informed and are willing to listen.”
“My manager is not hovering, but is there when she is needed and bears the brunt of any burdens created in the school. She intervenes when asked or she feels that it is necessary.”
“Keeps me well informed on issues, helps me with any problems that may come up and always has my best interests in mind.”
“The organization offers great benefits, the managers respect your opinion and work and the people are nice to work with.”
“I have a chance to influence young lives in a positive manner.”
“I'm surrounded by a loving, kind and caring staff. Administration is approachable and appreciative of your efforts and dedication. ”
Where to find Chester County Intermediate Unit