Production job disguised as a legal position
Quality Assurance Document Specialist (Former Employee) – Lakewood, NJ – May 16, 2016
Most employees temp for 6 months unless they know someone, then they will hire you at a permanent position. As a Document Specialist, you are required to produce certification documents for gaming hardware and software, containing technology specifics provided by the engineering department and jurisdictional specifics, depending on where the technology will be used. The engineering department is not typically communicative about these aspects, which makes this job very difficult. It is extremely high-paced (unless you are a "favorite"; some seem to have a lot of time on their hands) and detail-oriented, but lacks sufficient training or procedures to facilitate efficient work flow. It is satisfying to learn the terminology and put it together, however, employees are expected to complete the certification documents with little to no knowledge about what the reports actually mean. It seems that, in lieu of paying the salaries of qualified technical writers, they hire administrative assistants and office workers to complete boiler-plate certifications. They promote the position as being in the legal field when it is not.
Decent salary, great benefits, Dto, 401K, two bonus' a year (Holiday and profit share)
Rampant nepotism, poor training, unqualified management