Independent Living Advisor (ILA) (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NM – July 15, 2014
Monitor the safety and security of student dormitories. Supervised students in the age range of 16-24 years old. Teach and model appropriate social skills. Facilitate group discussions; demonstrated excellent communication and problem-solving skills, and capability to respond quickly under pressure. Work and interact with students on a daily basis. – more... Maintained accurate and up-to-date recorders of student personal/social development plan. Maintained student accountability including the completion of relevant records and reports. – less
Maintenance Worker (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NM – May 20, 2014
Pros: pay was good
Cons: company did not stay pleasent for long
most enjoyed leaving at the end of the day. management always angry. what I learned, quite a bit. co-workers helped out a lot. hardest part of the job, understanding the hire ups, they never say what they mean
Cons: short breaks. younger age groups. living enviornment drama.
I worked everyday at a self-fast pace area. I got plenty of work done on my own. I was self motivated and gathered more interpersonal skills with team mates. I got hands on training with secretarial work. I greatly enjoyed the environment.
Career Instructor (Current Employee), Albuquerque, NM – January 7, 2014
Pros: an opportunity to make a difference
Cons: i drive 200 miles round trip a day to job site
Arrive and be in classroom before 7:45 a.m.; teach, tutor, and test students, with an opportunity myself to learn a myriad of cultures and help a lot of developing minds. Management is young and developing as well; coworkers pull together for the benefit of the students. The hardest parts of the job are long hours and relatively low salary as compared – more... to other teaching positions, and with few benefits:year round with relatively little time off, we work through holidays, summers, with 10 hours accumulative leave time per month to be used for sick/vacation/annual leave. The most enjoyable part of the position is the pride you see in the faces of those completing their HS and/or GED and those graduating from trade school and getting their first real job. – less