ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 6, 2017
Working for CDC was very exciting. I was able to meet great people. I learned a lot about team ship. The hardest part was going to school and work after. At the end of the day, I enjoyed completing my tasks.
Evaluation Project and Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 7, 2017
Responsible for a multitude of administrative tasks including scheduling facilities for meetings, seminars, etc.; coordinated documents shipping and printing; assisted with program evaluations, project tasks such as performing literature searches using CDC library resources; utilized CDC Intranet; Assisted with qualitative and quantitative data analysis; Assist with developing graphics for presenting data; Assisted with creation of abstract(s) and poster(s): Co-Author of Abstract for the Poster Presentation presented at the 2016 ASCLS Annual Meeting, topic-Sustaining the Laboratory Workforce; Assist in planning and organizing program activities.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Kent, OH – March 5, 2017
I went to CDC Snack Preparation once a week. I learned how to prepare snacks for children and interacted with community members. People were kindly and nice. The hardest part of the job was to think about the ingredients what we should use for kids. At the same time, I would think it was the most enjoyable part of the job because I need to think what kids should eat and how they would like it.
Childcare Provider (Former Employee) – Fort Jackson, SC – January 12, 2017
Get kids off and on bus, give out snacks, take them to activities. I learned that each stage of childhood is different in their needs and how they think. Co-workers were friendly. Hardest part was the commute and not enough hours. Enjoyable part were the employees
Interviewer (Former Employee) – Puerto Rico – October 5, 2016
This experience is very important for me and enrich my knowledge and allows it to develop my skills and abilities as a health aide. Being in the hospital and work I can have contact with physicians and health personnel, makes you can see the field work in which a physician is exposed to daily. I can be in contact with each patient and that helps me to better prepare me for present and future be a great employee.
Management Analyst (Current Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – August 31, 2016
Led some of the greatest people, managed one of the largest financial management service center branch's consisting of 17 military installations, servicing over 92 thousand customers. Managed 42 employees that processed, reviewed and audited over $115 million annually. Analyzed accounting reports and financial data to identify trends for evaluating effectiveness and efficiency of Air Force activities. Developed and compiled factors for improved planning, programming and budgeting.
Security Supervisor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 27, 2016
Typical work day include interaction with Security Officers and conpany employees. I learned you must always be courteous to employees and conduct yourself in a professional manner. Management expects you to be punctual perform your duties and responsibilities in a professional manner. Hardest part of the job was post coverage when someone called out. Most enjoyable part of the job was the overall satisfaction gained from interacting with employees and co-workers.