Administrator (Former Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – June 20, 2017
Had multiple duties as administrator. Did bookkeeping,& preparation of facility records. Prepared all financial reports for state, federal & final accounting review. Oversaw all inventory & supplies for facility. Provided client assistance for in house & for outside transport for client appointments. Handled maintenance & upkeep of facility.
open types of duties & ovsight
Very long hours & ocasional stress periods of client care.
Account Receivable Specialist (Former Employee) – Homewood, AL – April 16, 2016
Client collections, phone calls & emails.Most members of management are very helpful & the coworkers are wonderful. The hardest part of the job is time management & the new accounting program & the best part of the job was dealing with the many agencies.
I have learned that it all comes down to communication, consideration & kindness no matter the business..
For a place you have to spend 90% of your life this not where you want to do it. This place is full of untrustworthy, rude personnel. They expect 100% and only provide you with 20% of the training. BB&T is a good company, its CRC that lacks. You definitely spend 95% of your breaks eating at your desk and you always have an overabundance of work. Management is also horrible at this location. If you do not become an office favorite quick, you are doomed to sit a lower position for good. The Health Insurance is also not very good. But I will say the Vacation & Sick days are a nice perk.
Tier 3 Customer Service (Current Employee) – Abilene, TX – March 4, 2015
This is a awful place of employment and terrible management and they don't appreciate the employees. The pay is very average and the job task will make you miserable and feel everyday waking up for work is pointless to work at CRC. Don't expect real breaks at the company because you will always be eating at your desk and only taking a break for bathroom. No lunch time is provided.
Admissions Counselor (Former Employee) – Toughkenamon, PA – October 14, 2014
I reviewed my messages and e-mails as soon as I sat down at my desk. Write down priorities for the day and my callbacks. Check the fax machine since CRC is a worldwide treatment based program, just to see if anything came through overnight. This was especially important on Sundays since I ran the entire department for Admissions and all utilization management paperwork for approval by Monday. Assisted nursing by bringing or picking up clients for assessments and discharge. Checked in with my supervisor all day and asked for electronic permissions for all things that needed approval. Worked with care managers and LCSW in order to come up with the best treatment plan possible and coverage for days inpatient. Organized transportation either through a supportive member of family through client or arranged our own drivers to pick-up client. We would go as far as Pittsburgh to retrieve clients for treatment. I enjoyed all of my responsibilities because they all required my dedication, focus and organization which are my best assets. Also the most difficult part of the job was not getting emotionally attached to clients, and always reminding myself that I'm a professional, and boundaries are extremely important for everyone's safety and well-being.
Trainings w/ free lunches, seminars to earn credits
Dispatcher/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Dunlap, TN – June 5, 2014
I really enjoyed dispatching and talking to customers. This job requires you to be on call often and that part was hard to balance with home life. While employed with this company there were several management issues relating to the overall treatment of all employees and function of the business, that were ultimately worked out.
Great pay and lots of available work.
Not easy to balance home life with work responsibilites.
R.N. Supervisor (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – May 23, 2014
Supervised 3 LPN's, maintained safe, efficient, and effective care as Health and Safety Chairperson, initiated the Hepatitis B vaccine to over 500 clients (suffering from drug addiction and mental health disorders), provided initial and follow up assessments to all clients, phlebotomy, TB vaccines, oversaw clinic prn, utilized EMS prn, coordinated First Aid / CPR and AED certification to staff, documented and completed reports. Certificates of completion in: Current CPR / AED. 10/2009-12/2010: HIPAA Privacy Rule, Hiring and Developing Your Staff, Grief and Loss, Environmental Safety in the Workplace, Cultural Diversity, Emergency Preparedness, The Twelve Steps, Drugs in the Workplace, and Effective Teams. Authorization by DEA to order and dispense Schedule II Narcotics. As management, everyone had difficulty locating charts due to the changing systems; too time consuming. Hardest part of job was not being evaluated in over 1 year and worked under 3 directors. Most enjoyable was medical PA supervisor and clients.
Being of service to clients and healthcare benefits