Great company with great management and fun atmosphere!
Events Planning Intern (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 6, 2014
I loved my summer with The CE Group. The employees are so receptive to new people. The daily duties definitely broke the monotony of just sitting at a desk day-in-day-out, from running around town serving clients to walking down the street for an eclectic, change of pace lunch. My co-workers were very enjoyable and I liked the opportunity to be in San Antonio.
Administrative and Emergency Management Support (Former Employee) – Edwards AFB – September 8, 2014
At this organization, no two days were alike. I worked in the Engineering Division where base projects were designed, developed and funded for execution. I learned a lot in this position included budget development, project management, project analysis, facility management and other administrative duties including records management for the organization. The hardest part about this job was uncertainty of funding for projects across the installation, which made it extremely difficulty to ensure customer satisfaction. The most enjoyable part about this job was getting to know the "ins and outs" of civil engineering/public works. I also began my career in Emergency Services where I managed the administration function in the Emergency Operations Center in addition to joining the on site team in the Installation Command Post (formerly the Mobile Emergency Operations Center).
Diverse group, hardwroking people trying to keep their company operating.
Controller (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – November 10, 2012
A typical day starts between 7 and 8 am and ends sometime between 5 and 6:30 pm. I support the company executives, project managers and field employees. I am the bookkeeper of AP and AR, balance GL accounts. I reconcile bank and credit cards, write small project proposals and purchase orders, answer phones, handle workers comp, employee benefits and more.
While there I have learned the Sage 100 accounting software system and also how to operate a paper “less” company. Management team consists of the owner and president, the operations manager and me.
This is a company were everyone is pulling together to help the company succeed during this difficult economic time. Staff is hard working, friendly most often professional and simply “good people”.
Due to downsizing of staff we no longer have a receptionist or HR manager. My work day is filled with multi tasking to make up for the loss of these two full time people.
I enjoy with this diverse group of people and interacting with professionals form other companies such as suppliers and general contractors. I feel good when a projects and reports are completed with a positive turnout.