Always learning something new.
Pros: good learning environment!
Cons: good health care! try to get in as career service not grant money.
Answering phones, setting up trainings, scheduling trainings, accounts payable, ordering material, assembling material for training, update data base, mailing invitations for training, updating policy manual. Mailing certificates/policy update to trainers, setting up meetings, helping to prepare grants, collecting/auditing payroll cards for staff. Our – more... team worked well together and we help to coordinate conferences, meet a lot of different people from all walks of life.
We had the best Directors in the world! They would teach you how to do things to benefit you as an individual, allow you to learn other skills as you worked. We the staff would teach each other thing we learned. Our leaders would roll up their sleeve and help us assemble manuals, etc. This is what made them great leaders because, they were not concerned about helping the clerks and getting their hands dirty. For this I say: THANK YOU!
Hard part was to see your team members leave. Even though you know it is for their growth. It's still hard. – less