LOC nurse (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 12, 2013
Good working environment, nice staff. Management was there in a crisis situation. I've learned that if you take the time you can learn from anyone regardless of their disabilities. And that even those with disabilites have hopes, dreams and a desire to share their life with a signaficant other. The hardest part of my job is while in the midst of typing a report either the system becomes inoperative. The most enjoyable part of my job is feeling like a make a difference in the lives of those who really need it.
Foster Parent (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 1, 2016
I do this to work with the children not for financial gain or advancement. We will be adopting a child we have had in our care for 3 years in 1 - 3 months. This is the best reward we could have hoped for. Working with these children is not an easy job many come with different challenges.
Socialization, finally adopt
not enough money, kids come with nothing, behavior problems
Call Center Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 24, 2014
I enjoy my job and I love how they train you on new information. The only thing that is not working for me is the pay and there is no room for advancement. I work for a call center and besides being on the phones there is nothing else to do so I feel stuck. The supervisors and managers are great and they make working here fun. I love the fun enviroment but you cannot pay your bills off of fun and there are no raises for anyboy working here.
Employee appreciation week, games, and travel to Macon for training
Communicable Disease District Supervisor / Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 27, 2014
Typical work day - Flexibility in scheduled and unscheduled assignments. What I learned - Learned to be flexible to changes. Management - My management style, Open door, team concept, coach,mentor, train staff and cross training of staff, staff input. My co-workers - Professional and work as a Team. The hardest part of the job - Dealing with clients with multiple personalities, but work closely with those clients to address their needs. The most enjoyable part of the job - Working with people and seeing that their needs are addressed / satisfied.
Alcohol and Drug Training Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Riley, KS – June 11, 2012
The ASAP is a great place to work with excellent advancement opportunities. Our day consists of training soldiers on a daily basis of the hazards of drugs and alcohol. We produce training ourlines and provide guidance for young soldiers, and emphaiaze fatal uses of drugs and alcohol. We maintain updated training material and provide lessons plans on each subject that we may teach. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with soldiers. The hardest part of the job is getting soldiers to understand the hazards of drugs and alcohol has on the human body. My co workers are the greatest, always willing to help out when needed and provides a good work enviroment.
a great work enviroment, employees are well taken care of.
CLERICAL CLERK/VOLUNTEER (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – February 24, 2016
I have learned a lot since I been here. I always wanted to experience working in a office. The most enjoyable part is helping others such as clients, supervisors, and caseworkers. I have learned how to be professional, work fax machines and also a copier to make different types of copies.
Specialist (Current Employee) – Asheboro, NC – August 18, 2015
My day consist of inspecting military vehicles and border patrol surveillance equipment. There were not alot of employees. When a contract was finished employees were let go. I learned alot about how vehicles operate and what is needed to make them run.
Had the experience of working with top level administration, we gained close relationship
Clerk (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 11, 2012
performed basic office along with phone etiquette. Received, sorted, and distributed mail to various departments.Updated employees files, prepared new hire/separation packages, employment verifications. Upkeep of file room. I learn the difference of state office from district. You should always follow policy and procedures in a job.Great team to work with, but I had to transfer to other unit due to budget cut, I would say that the hardest part.Great moments of employees birthdays and other special events.
always thinking of employees as well as customers/clients.
Administrative Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Stewart, Georgia – October 22, 2013
A typical day for me was serving 20 to 30 soldiers if not more, plus 1 Clinical Director, 2 Supervisor and 16 counselors, with a variety of duties to be done by the end of the day. I learned to prioritize my duties and manage time. My co-workers was a team player and fun to work with. The hardest part of my job was typing my minutes and processing payroll. I was the first person the soldier or visitors would see when they enter the door. It was continue interruption, but I loved my job. I enjoyed the soldiers and all of my co-workers.
Interpreter (Former Employee) – Glennville, GA – September 22, 2015
I truly enjoyed the patient interaction on a daily basis. I learned so much about working patients up for clinical services. Especially the babies and children that came in for WIC and immunizations services.
My mission was to input/retrieve data for government use.
Data Clean-up Specialist (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 21, 2014
My daily routine was to input data on local government stats. Provide a daily and accurate account of data to be used by the local government. I learned how our child support system worked. The co-workers were great to work with and learn from. The hardest part of the job was leaving when the contract was not renewed. The most enjoyable part was providing assistance to the clients.