Coordinate sample collection and SOP's for quality assurance.
Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Wautoma, WI – June 6, 2016
Coordinate with senior management and keep updated on FDA regulatory requirements. I collected samples and tested for basic identity using FT-IR machine. I put together all paperwork for batch records for finished product.
Atrium was a ok company too work for.I work my way too the top pulling in long hour.I learn how too lead the hardest part of the job was the overtime but its was always sometime to do and that made the time go by fast
CNC Machinist Inventory Control (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 6, 2016
fast and steady work day. work would move by fast with constant work and always something new to learn and develop. The company could benefit from organizing direction and having organized leadership to direct clear obtainable goals to reach.
LPN/staff/medication nurse (Current Employee) – Salem, KY – December 11, 2015
very calm atmosphere, and a very clean facility, every window at the facility has a good outside view. you work 12 hour shift 7a-7p or 7p-7a hard to find replacement of staff when you need to take a day off and the schedule is already out, you will work alot of overtime, every week. much quitier if you work weekends.
if you like making alot of money, youll have the ability to make alot of overtime.
not alot of local place to eat lunch, very small town, and as an employee you, may have to drive far to the location, and will work long hours.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 20, 2015
It's a Great environment to work. People are awesome and enjoy making money. Everyone seems to be having a lot of fun. If you are looking for an opportunity to sell great products, and make good money then I would recommend Atrium.
Great and a very casual atmosphere
Work/Life Balance is a bit off, but only due to volume of work not to any pressure applied by management
Working at atrium was a great experience. I learned many things from work ethics to life lessons. My shift leader had a huge impact on how my outlook on work in a company or nay job really. I Loved my co-workers there
Packer/Shipper (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – November 3, 2015
I picked up screens from personnel and readied them for packaging in sequence order. Supervisors were great to work with. Company had good benefits, and shifts that could accommodate a good number of employees.
Line cook (Former Employee) – Gainesville, Fl. – October 5, 2015
The day would start with the prep of the menu that the chef besides for the day. I would follow the menu allocated and prepare it in a timely manner so to meet the 1130 lunch schedule. The environment was fine but with six different managers micromanaging the company it became hostile and nerve racking to work their. Often times the managers would contradict one another leaving us cooks to figure out what to do so we wouldn't get written up needlessly.
Monitored, recorded and reported symptoms and changes in patients' conditions. Recorded patients' medical information and vital signs. Prepared patients for, and assisted with, examinations and treatments. Assessed the needs of individuals, families and communities, including assessment of individuals' home and work environments to identify potential health and safety problems. Directed and supervised less skilled nursing/health care personnel, and supervised a particular unit on one shift. Monitored all aspects of patient care, including diet and physical activity.
Banquet Server/Bartender (Former Employee) – Monroe, LA – November 6, 2014
a dtypical day would be setting up and breaking down rooms. I learned how to keep the customers happy and take their idea and run with it and have their rooms up to their liking. My management team was also awesome and he worked along right with us. My co-workers were also awesome and we act as though we were a family. There wasn't anything to hard. The most enjoyable part was getting the reviews from the customers saying how proud they were of us