Client & Technical Support Specialist (Current Employee), Districh of Columbia – June 23, 2015
I come in at 6 am, respond to consumer emails for an hour, troubleshooting their issues then I get on the phone for the rest of my shift. I learned a lot about the medical schooling process and different rest that are required. I also learned about different cultures through my co-workers because we are a very diverse group and we are very friendly.
Interim A/R/Collections Analyst (Current Employee), Washington, DC – January 19, 2015
Great work environment with exceptional collogues. This opportunity required considerable financial acumen relative to analyzing data. The best part of the job was it created he opportunity to think outside of the box to ensure that all of the cash receipts were accounted for booked into the appropriate cost centers.
Support Specialist (Former Employee), Washington, DC – September 26, 2014
Pros: free time.
Cons: not being able to help the client
working for this company has change my life in many ways,I have financiakl freedom with this company, i also work with different kinds of people, from all walks of life, ive learned how to market promote – more... and brand myself!. iam a licensed cosmotologist, and this company was made up of a group of stylist who wanted to make a difference in thhi boomin business.the job is not hard at all. i enjoy still being able to work with people . – less
Marketing Communications Manager (Former Employee), Washington, DC – February 23, 2014
Pros: great friendships
A typical day at work was not typical. I led the brand development for SMDEP and worked with a lot of autonomy before a Director was hired. I developed the logo and learned to manage my time wisely. My co-workers were great to work with.
The hardest part of the job was working for a micro manager. The most enjoyable part of the job was the relationships I made within the SMDEP family.
Quality Assurance Specialist (Former Employee), Washington, DC – September 10, 2012
Pros: benefits and salary
Audited 6% of the applications processed by the verification department from the prior days production, making necessary corrections and logging these errors into the database. QA was its own entity but – more... required me to work closely with the verification team. Those co-workers were a pleasure to work with. There was no hardest part of the job but the most enjoyable part was knowing I aided in providing quality service for the associations internal and external constituents. – less
I love working for the AAMC! Management and fellow co-workers are very pleasant, helpful, and friendly.
The work is important and very rewarding! I feel very fortunate to be an employee of such a great – more... association.
Professional development opportunities are available and encouraged.
Some say the salaries are not as high as they should be, but I live in a different state and work in DC, and I can tell you, the salaries in comparison to where I live are MUCH better. The benefits are excellent and compare to no other employer that I've had in the past. – less
Program Specialist (Current Employee), Washington, DC – July 31, 2012
If you like to work with smart people who are intellectually curious, who value others and whose mission is the primary reason we are here, than you will love working at the AAMC. Management values your – more... opinion, your insight, your efforts. The Association has doubled it's size in 10 years and is continuing to grow at a rapid pace. The best part of working here: is at the end of the day you know you have made a difference in people's lives by improving health care for all. – less
Verification Specialist (Team Lead) (Current Employee), Washington, DC – July 28, 2012
Pros: great benefits and good pay
Cons: no growth
I worked with a great group of people in the Verification Department. AAMC has great values and provide a service that makes a difference in the world and to me that's huge. AAMC has a awesome benefits package and give's their employees a huge amount of attention. However, in the Verification Department their is no growth.
Relaxed workplace that lets the employee be responsible to attain goals
Document Management Assistant (Former Employee), Washington D.C. – March 1, 2012
Pros: informative seminars and free lunches
In between historical Georgetown, Foggy Bottom, and Dupont Circle is an organization that gets prospective students into Medical School. This place was a great place to work due to how HR implements community input into daily operations. Working there I felt like I was a part of that community.