ELIGIBILITY SPECIALIST (Current Employee), Cape Girardeau, MO – January 28, 2013
Pros: the holidays off and other benefits
Cons: the healthcare went downhill and that is why many take this job
I enjoyed the majority of my coworkers, they pulled together on the hard days. I learned a lot about how state government works and the Medicaid system that I feel was life-changing. I enjoy helping people especially if they are hurting, unemployed, or just need a listening ear. The hardest part of the job became the amount of workload an individual – more... was required to carry, because you became so stressed you couldn't enjoy the job. I had some really great managers and some less than great but I did my best for both. The most enjoyable part of the job was making new friends in my coworkers and helping people that were at a very low place in their lives. – less
Clerical II (Former Employee), Rock Hill, SC – September 4, 2014
Pros: meeting new people
Cons: job relocated out of area
I enjoyed working for the DSS department, the people were wonderful and I was able to make last friends, I was responsible for the child care program, and that was a very demanding position, when you have to account for all of the receipents of york county SC. I was responsible for the mail, ordering supplies, and answering the phones. I was the fill – more... in person for the front desk. I would great clients, make appointments and enter new applications. – less
helping people and meeting people in healthcare profession.
Health Caregiver (Former Employee), El Monte, CA – January 8, 2013
Pros: meeting and seeing people and taking with them.
Cons: physical job.
Assisted patients into and out of bed, automobile and wheelchair, lavatory and up and down stairs, administered prescribed oral medications underwritten direction of physician and as directed by home care nurse, maintained records of services performed and of apparent condition of patient, applied preparations and treatments, liniment, alcohol rubs – more... and heat-lamp stimulation. – less