Porter (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 18, 2015
different day to day maintenance calls and housekeeping to do for college students a typical day may consist of my morning coffee in the am. then trash detail. then my proiorities list consisting of cleaning or fixing things around the facility. ive learned and mastered a lot of trades while I was there from making keys to changing locks etc management were businesss and professional hi and bye and there for serious issues.co workers were animated but fun to work with.the hardest part of the job to me was adapting fast to things that's it. the most enjoyable part of employment was having great people to work around to have a common goal of getting things done
Labor (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – October 13, 2015
Whenever I worked I rarely got an 8 hour day. I didn't really learn much when I was told I would learn a lot. Management is horrible. Some co-workers were fun to work with and some weren't. The hardest part was actually being able to work. The most enjoyable was actually working instead of being on a holding pattern.
CSA (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO – October 13, 2015
Prepares for customer inquiries by studying products, services, and customer service processes. Responds to customer inquiries by understanding inquiry; reviewing previous inquiries and responses; gathering and researching information; assembling and forwarding information; verifying customer's understanding of information and answer. Records customer inquiries by documenting inquiry and response in customers' accounts. Improves quality service by recommending improved processes; identifying new product and service applications. Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities. Accomplishes customer service and organization mission by completing related results as needed
mulitasking job, computer skill traning, hands on type of job
Administrative Specialist II (Current Employee) – North Little Rock Ar. 72114 – August 12, 2015
on a typical work day of working with ACC as an admin spec. II my job duties are to answer all incoming calls and direct them to the right officer. Outside of doing that I also assist the client that calls and ask questions when they can't get in contact with their officer, by looking there name and ADC number in the system and giving them their information and their next appointment date, supervision fees, external moments throughout the prison system. Among that throughout the day I always document everything that goes on throughout the day on a daily basis.
receiving certifications throughout the system, learning the eomis system that assit the offenders and being a team player by assiting the officers
at this position, I can't promote to an higher position. I cant grow and excell in this field
i learn everyday, what i like most is learning different things while i work, the hardest part of the job is when we do not work as a group. a normal day at work is getting all work orders complete and on time.
runway maintenance (Former Employee) – Memphis international – May 4, 2015
liked the health benefits we had good vacation hrs got all holidays off. if it was to cold or too hot u didn't work, still got paid. the job was buy contract boss maid sure we got paid as long as we hit our quota
Student Leader (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – April 12, 2015
My job was simply to love children and that is exactly what I did. This was a volunteering position at a church in which I was given a handful of 3rd grade girls to grow with and teach the word to. I stayed with this group of girls until high school in which they were too old. I have relationships with each of these young women and love them all as my sisters. They are smart and talented women and I am so happy to have been a part of their life in such an inspirational way.
mail room clerk (Former Employee) – 400 west ave Rochester, NY – April 3, 2015
just thinking back to when i first started i was a order puller, then i learned th in/out of warehouse i was moved to different Dept where i became a truck loader for awhile and then a driver position came available and i was Asked wuld i like to become a driver and i excepted with a pay bonus
being able to be your own boss, see beautiful scenery and just ride
Program Director: ACC Center Elmhurst, IL. est. 1978
Program Director (Current Employee) – Elmhurst, IL – November 9, 2014
Responsibilities: Responsible for a complete report monthly to the Board. Budget, purchase and inventory of supplies. Restructured operational infrastructure to stabilize revenues and client attendance. Staff training, Program evaluation, Staff evaluation, Prepare monthly and Annual report to the Board of Directors. Plan, develop, schedule, evaluate and implement daily programs. Oversee meals and procedures keeping in mind regulations of the DuPage County Health Department. Keep records. Public Relations. Speak to community groups and maintain relationships with community leaders.
Manager (Former Employee) – Albuquerque – October 5, 2014
Even if they tell you they're glad you're there they will not trust you, and will turn their back against you because they've developed an extremely close, sometimes too close, relationship with others in the same office, even to the point of having fellow employees spy on others in the office.