Electrical Instructor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 21, 2018
a typical day at worked started at 8 am but we were required to be there at 7:45. There were two sessions of class from 8 am till 1230pm and 6 pm until 1030 pm. There was a layover between classes that was 5 hours long. That was the worst part about the job.
This position was well fitted to my previous customer service experience, communication skills and technical training and experience.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 15, 2018
Assignments were given with ample explanation, access to resources and expectations. Work was executed independently without direct supervision and collaborative requirements were transitioned easily when required. Work entailed the use of the latest office technology. Out reach to students and clients was scripted which facilitated an efficient collection of data required via telephone and written communiques. My specific assignment was to convert hard files into electronic storage. With a student body of nearly 800, and approximately 30 staff members, their personal information was handled with discretion. I completed this file during my tenure. One of the perks of working as a student among administrators and faculty was the opening of opportunity for latter professional recommendations. The only difficult aspect of this experience was its brevity. My pervious white collar customer service experience and skills, along with my mechanical and technical background contributed to my being hired and to my success.
Work requirements were always well delegated making success easy.
Although a valuable experience it was always understood that the position was temporary.