-Meet and greet customers and communicate pleasantly with donors; over a tax receipt to customers -Distinguish unsaleable items and graciously decline them. -Keep records of donations; sort and pack donations.
Correctional Officer I (Former Employee) – Pine Bluff, AR – August 26, 2017
this job is not for those who are weak minded. i would recommend someone to work here straight out of high school. this job should be a last resort if you cant find your desired pay anywhere else. it is a dangerous field in my opinion.
Correctional Officer (Former Employee) – Grady, AR – July 9, 2017
A typical day at work i had to take care of 78 inmates on my own. I had to feed them and check on them. I spent 12 hours a day with them. The hardest part of the job was being confined in the cell block for 12 hours and knowing 78 peoples lives are in you're hands.
Paid very well.
Being confined in a unsafe environment and being far awah from home.
i started working at goodwill about a year ago and at first it seemed like an amazing job and the management was amazing. after a few months many changes happened and managers started leaving which really messed up alot of things. goodwill has the potential to be an amazing company to work for. the only problems i have had was with the management because most managers i have worked with were very unprofessional.
The job is very unorganized and staff is complacent
Assistant Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Grady, AR – September 12, 2016
This agency is all about pushing responsibility down hill. Most of the people who work here have made it a career, and the turn-over rate is high. Management start to treat employees like they treat inmates or sometimes worse. The rehabilitation of clients is a joke. It is one of the most stressful jobs in the state, and always understaffed.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Abilene, TX – August 8, 2016
My time with ADC was amazing really. They work for the doctors not the other way around. I scheduled new patient appointments, sent messages to the doctor and or nurses. Returned phone calls. Completed medical record requests. I as well was responsible for the accounts payable. I ran the daily copay reports, and helped with my patients the best way I could every day.
Very flexible work schedule and work independently Meet different kind of people in all walks of life Management is professional speak consistently to one colleague On occasionally to ADC staff concerning work Hardest part of my job is contacting residential sources The most enjoyable thing, is the flexible schedule, meeting people, and providing service to the federal government.
Great place to work, very friendly - like a family
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – July 10, 2016
This was a fantastic job for me. I had such a good relationship with my coworkers and management. It was really easy to communicate with everyone. A typical day started off with checking my emails and voicemail, then having a departmental meeting and beginning my tasks for the day.The best this about this job was working with my coworkers.
Every day was a new adventure and could pose a challenge. I learned great managerial skills.
Food Services Manager/Kitchen Clerk (Former Employee) – Newport, AR – May 20, 2016
A typical day in food services could consist of anything at any time. I learned the ability to make decisions under pressure and how to be prepared for anything at any time. I had great leadership and training available to learn from. I learned to do weekly inventory, ordering, and schedules for over 50 employees. It involved long hours, sometimes stressful situations, and the opportunity to really have to take charge at times. I enjoyed every aspect of the job, from the people to the situations I endured. Most of all I enjoyed the opportunity to learn the managerial skills that could help me later in life.
library Clerk (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 5, 2016
Loved the job but it was time to go. The culture was not a very positive atmosphere. Working in the library and repairing books maintaining the computer inventory along with working with customers was fun.
Tactical Engineer (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – November 2, 2015
All around poor company to work for. high pressure, no input, lousy work/life balance. Staffed for massive workload but lay off occurred regularly when demand fell (seasonally) as it always did in the winter