Very busy and fast pace office, must be able to juggle several balls in the air
Office Technician (Typing) (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 9, 2017
From the moment you walk in, it is a fast pace and busy office. You must be able to do multiple things at the same time. Must know how to prioritize and still be calm, cool and professional and still have a smile on your face.
Must know how to deal with the impatient public calling, the Executive Office and the Governor's Office and they all want answers. You must know how to handle all this and still be professional. I love this fast pace type of environment.
Sometimes I get so busy that I forget to stop and eat lunch. I love taking care of the Executives, the Staff and the public..
Its a good enviorment the people are nice and friendly
Janitorial (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 14, 2017
I got to learn a lot meet new people and grow We had Christmas parties Halloween parties very nice environment to work in everyone worked as a team you not only do your job but you learn what others have learned very friendly place.
ASSISTANT PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP (Former Employee) – Puerto Rico – January 27, 2015
My assignment were:
Press conference Press release Social Media
I learned to create new projects for the company and protocols related to public relations.
PUBLIC RELATIONS ASSISTANT Equipped to provide excellence in high- level support Highly-dependable, bilingual and social abilities with aptitude to help others. Creative, dynamic, agile, organized and punctual. Willing to learn and improve myself. Follow instructions and work as a team. Empathy and working under pressure. SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS • Knowledge in protocol, editing, press conference, crisis management, investigating markets and creating advertising campaigns. • Knowledge in statistics, press release, and journalistic writing. • Certified as social and corporate event coordinator. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
QA Summer Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 5, 2014
Weekly meetings for projects, with target issues and report guidelines. The day was allotted for research, working on spreadsheet analysis, and technical report writing. QA department was close knit, and a lot of personality types blended well together, both with other interns and main staff. The hardest part is writing a complex idea in simpler terms within reports, but the most enjoyed part was report presentations.
Seasonal Clerk (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 28, 2014
My daily duties as an office assistant consisted of answering phones and routing calls to appropriate person, drafting and disseminating letters and memos, assisting staff with general clerical tasks. I learned a lot about the services we provided to consumers by holding medical professionals accountable to their actions. I absolutely loved my manager and co-workers. They were a fun and lively group of people. The hardest part of the job was that it was only part time but the most enjoyable part was definitely the great work environment.
great co-workers, flexible schedule
Needed a full time job but only part time available there
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 2, 2013
A typical day at DCA was clocking in and assisting in getting mail ready for the routes. After preparing the mail I would get the mail for my route ready and put it into the vehicle and drive on my route. After driving my route in the morning I would take a lunch then I would get my afternoon route ready then go out on my second route. After my second route was complete I would go back to the office and assist in putting mail carts away for the night and I would clock out. Management was good. My co-workers worked well with me and they helped me a lot when it came to sorting mail. The hardest part of the job was memorizing all the routes. The most enjoyable part of the job was providing excellent customer service to everybody that I saw on my routes.
Employee (Former Employee) – NYC – February 14, 2013
Could be a great agency, and maybe it once was, but under this administration, employee morale is very low, turnover extremely high, and management is poor and unprincipled. Ironically, the agency, which advocates honesty and transparency in businesses, just obstructed a routine audit by the Comptroller and is now being investigated by the Department of Investigation.
AGPA - Records Management (Current Employee) – Sacremento, CA – July 27, 2012
Projects, upgrades with current systems and products. The process of mail deliveries and functionality on a daily basis in a high productive environment are fun as well as the digital print facility I work with.
Provisional Inspector (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 11, 2012
This position was primarily field work with very little office time. Inspectors would have approximately an hour at the beginning of the day to compile a route sheet of the locations which they will be inspecting that day, then its off to the field to begin inspections. Inspections were often done alone unless management seen fit that more than one inspector was necessary. As an inspector I learned how to be a very self motivated employee, my communication and interpersonal skills were perfected, and my written and verbal skills were enhanced. My co-workers were extremely understanding and helpful as we all understood the hardships of being a field employee. Immediate management within this position were very helpful as all of them worked their way through the ranks starting off in the Inspector position. Higher management was not as understanding, as much of they request and policies were unfit and unrealistic of that o a field working employee. The most enjoyable part of my job was the freedom and trust that I was given, in which I worked all over the five boroughs with little to no supervision. The hardest part of my job would have to be leaving, as it was no request of my own instead it was a change within city regulations which resulted in the release of all provisional employees.
position was comprised of field work, which allowed me to travel the five boroughs and encounter a wide range of people.
consistently changing policies from upper management cause lack of ease within work environment.