Vice President (Former Employee) – Texarkana, TX – June 6, 2017
The Housing Authority was a very nice place to work. Unfortunately my position was eliminated. Can discuss further at interview. We got a new CEO and he wanted to move in a different direction from previous CEO.
Department of Citywide Administrative Services (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 11, 2017
I have been employed at DCAS since 2015 and have received supported and have found it to be a great place to work. The people I work with are competent in doing their jobs and are a pleasure to work with.
Breakfast Chef (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – February 12, 2017
I really enjoy working at the Statesider Breakfast Cafe. I have been the Chef Manager there since its inception 4 years ago. We have come along way, providing outstanding service, excellent food menu items, great operational image and of course a very clean dining area !!!
I work for outstanding forward thinking superiors...cudos to Charolotte, Merita and Corey !!
I get up very early in the morning which is pretty tough on cold wintry days.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Urbandale, IA – July 10, 2016
A typical day at work should be fun and go at a good pace. A worker should always have something to do and be working. Coworkers should always d best to get along with each other and work well together.
Sr. Specialist (Former Employee) – Hoover, AL – June 3, 2016
Worked with great coworkers and fantastic benefits. only part of job that was difficult was learning a new task, but was given the instructions to learn. I guess to me it was the time to learn the new task. Great management; was given time daily to walk for exercise.
Manage liability,data entry,create profiles for each client, keeping an accurate file of each client’s court dates and appearances. Ensure weekly check ins,bond processing, making assessments of the defendants qualifications for securing a bond assessing the potential clients financial history to determine a payment arrangement.
There is never a dull moment. This position requires attention to detail and focus on customer service and satisfaction. There is a responsibility for accountability of corporate assets which is rewarding and presents it's own dynamics.
I work for PHEAA which is a student loan servicing company. It is a strong organization that continually looks for ways to improve.
Loan Counselor (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – October 4, 2015
I was originally hired as a Loan Counselor in the Asset Maintenance Dept. The turnover in this dept. is the highest in the organization, and now I understand why. Initially, I received six weeks of training which was great. Then, we were assigned to our own desk on the "floor". Essentially, Asset Maintenance is a large call center. Loan Counselors are on the phone all day interacting with borrowers trying to bring them to some resolution about their loan. It is a challenging job for many reasons to include, being on the phone your entire shift, dealing with the small percentage of borrowers who are rude and belligerent and trying to meet the federal and PHEAA standards.In a call center, the idea for us was to make contact with as many borrowers as possible. To me, that sometimes conflicted with good customer service and being thorough and helpful to the customer. At any rate, although I'm still at PHEAA, I've decided call center work is not right for me.
Excellent training; good communication about new policies and procedures.