Rewarding work, yet resources needed to do the job successfully was not provided
Senior Consultant (Former Employee), Oakland, CA – January 1, 2015
Cons: hours required
The mission of the job is altruistic. The time to accomplish the job due to be short staffed was taxing. There was some positive, yet enough negative that I would like to not elaborate. There would be no positive end to that. It was an assignment I accepted, but there were contract violations that I'd rather not dwell on. It is in my past and I am now looking for a job that is a good for me and the employer. Not all ventures work out.
CONTRACT WORK AND HOSPITALIZATIONS (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NM – October 28, 2014
Pros: $1, 500 one week
Cons: $20.00 the next
No steady pay or hours in not good for sanity but not knowing what going to happen and waiting for the phone to ring can be uneasy. My worst year I made 30,000, my best I did 96,000.. but it gets old . I'm a technician not a accountant, bookkeeper and salesman.
Arabic Analyst,Video Analyst ,Arabic TV Reporter (Former Employee), Alexandria, VA – September 16, 2014
I will send my samples along with the CV. BUT FOR NOW : Good organizational, time management, problem-solving skills and the ability to work accurately and meet deadlines with frequent interruptions: Organizational skills sufficient to prioritize work and complete assignments accurately, either independently or as part of a team, under pressure of competing deadlines and with frequent interruptions
Cleaning Crew (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – April 16, 2014
Cons: shorts breaks.
I had long hours and a lot of labor but enjoyed working towards something. I learned to always give it my best each and everyday and to work towards goals and to always improve. co-workers were friendly and helpful, we would work as team most days. The best part of the day is feeling very productive at the end of the day knowing you accomplished a great deal of work.
The community college is a great place to work and there is plenty of support.
Teacher/Facilitator Intuitive Painting (Current Employee), Traverse City, MI – March 17, 2014
Pros: support and a beautiful room with many windows looking out towards the woods.
Cons: because the space is multiuse we cant get as messy as if we were in a paint studio.
I love teaching and feel I am successful when the learner has that "a hah" moment. I taught children for many years and adults are not unlike children when they are learning something new. It is often more challenging for adults to learn; however, the motivation is there to try. The hardest part is learning as a facilitator to pull back and allow the artist in each individual to emerge even without constructive criticism.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), San Francisco, CA – March 2, 2014
Pros: being responsible for media and administration
Cons: project based
I worked in media relations and administration. I can say that was my start in being able to add media and public relations to my resume. Without this experience I am not sure I would have made it to the Black Repertory Group.