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Fun working place
Extended Day Care Aide (Former Employee), Arlington, VAJuly 3, 2014
Pros: flexible
Cons: only part-time
Excellent staff, co-workers highly cooperative, there was not any hard part in this job. It was always enjoyable to enrich the life of kids
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Real low pressure and laid back work environment
AV and desk side support technician (Current Employee), Arlington, VAMay 14, 2014
Pros: flex work days
Cons: taking on mail runs
This was my dream job came through. I really enjoyed working here. On a given day I check my emails for meetings and requests. Check my online assign tickets, Go out and deliver goods and services to my designated sites,
Update completed tickets after lunch, do a little of bench work and troublshooting, imaging etc, and at just about an hour or two – more... before quitting time,,, Block out everything else to do real focus work or hard tasks. Co-workers are great, there is a little bit of departmental bias. Learned a lot about customer service. Hardest part of job is loading and off loading delivery trucks with larg shipments. – less
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1st grade teacher
Teacher - 1st- 5th grade (Current Employee), Arlington, VAMay 10, 2014
Pros: modified calendar
Cons: very stressful job
I teach a multicultural 1st grade inclusion class. My students speak various languages and are English Language Learners. I also have typical native English speakers.
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good business training
AV and desk side support technician (Current Employee), Arlington, VAApril 17, 2014
Pros: got to learn about government contracting
Cons: pay had no growth
troubleshoot and repair mini and micro audio recording systems for government, media, schools, news and court reporters. Installed language learning booth systems of the day. Cabling, carpentry, custom fitting. Learned a lot about contracting, hardest part was having to take a taxi cab out of pocket cost to go to a site since company was located down – more... town area. Most enjoyable part was that it was relaxed and you get to spend time out in the field as well as at a work bench. – less
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contact with director
Portuguese Teacher (Current Employee), Arlington vaJune 22, 2013
Pros: importance to the teacher - me
Cons: not enough students
good adm. attention to the teach ****
Good work conditions - the schools are very clean and modern
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Administrative Assistant
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Arlington, VAApril 19, 2013
Pros: pressured deadlines to meet an fast pace daily
Cons: balancing your time effectively
I managed fourteen school psychologist in typing all their reports, and 12 school social workers, manage budget for 33 schools for supplies an inventory, reported payroll for my department, registered an notified teachers of updating their certifications, manage reports an correspondences an graphs for the Director of Student Services, Board meetings.
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Great Environment
Extended Day Aide (Former Employee), arlington, vaJuly 10, 2012
As an aide i was able to do the group's weekly schedule and plan out special events as well as having fun with the children.
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Working in a High School is always a great experience
School Based Substitute Teacher Yorktown H. S (Current Employee), Arlington, VAJune 14, 2012
My job would require me to work all over the school with every faculty member and all different types of students.

The school based substitute position teaches you to adapt to constantly changing situations and to be aware of different individual's state of mind.

I typical day would include performing administrative work, answering to the general – more... public, serving administrators tasks, and teaching classrooms of students across varying subjects. – less
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Enjoyed working with the students and being afforded the opportunity to make a difference
Educational Interpreter, ASL/MCE (Former Employee), Arlington, VAMay 21, 2012
I enjoyed the students and the support provided by the staff.