Interesting, Informational, Need to Know
Clerk Typist (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 5, 2014
Working for the State Parole Board was interesting and I was eager to learn how the system worked. A typical day on the job was making new release case folders and putting the information into a computer then assigning them to agents in their district. Updating files and interviewing parolees regarding changes in status, providing information to law enforcements agencies, judges, state and public institutions. Typing letters, memos, reports, travel permission slips, release orders, appointments and notes. I worked with a great team of six agents and a supervisor, and although it was a lot of work and my days were sometimes long, it was a service I had to provide. The hardest part of the job was orientation, when I had to visit the prisons, having to walk pass prisoners to get to the office area and the sound of the gates locking behind me. I enjoyed the experience of knowing how the system works.
Benefits, medical, dental, vacations