FICM1/PO1 (Former Employee) – Fitzgerald, GA – November 19, 2013
Always helpful upper management. I learned so many people skills that are transferrable to life outside of work! The hardest part of the job was seeing so many people out of work after decades because the economy was terrible. The best part of the job was knowing I was working with a great team
RSM Outreach Project Supervisor (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 4, 2013
In my past six years of working with the state it has been a challenge. Since the first day I walked through the door at my DFCS office you're challenged with exemplyfying excellent customer service, maintain a high count caseload as you assist needy families and you're held to a high standard for accuracy. The hardest part of my job has been declining assistance to people who truly need it. The most enjoyable part is assisting families with children with both federal and state benefit programs.
Family Independence Case Manager (Current Employee) – Canton, Ga – July 27, 2013
This is a great place from which to learn and grow professionally. At this time, there are some major changes that are happening to help increase worker productivity and alleviate the burden of the growing case work the workers normally see.
General Clerk II (Current Employee) – Albany, GA – September 5, 2012
Clients are usually waiting on us when we arrive for work. Our two busiest times of the year are in July/August for the back to school time and then again in Sept/Oct/ Nov for the Flu season. We are always working in the field doing daycare and school audits and off site flu/ hepatitus/tetnus clinics.
Program Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 6, 2012
This was my first job when I moved to Atlanta. I learned a great deal of ethics and skills in order for me to move on to more State Agencies. Management was very helpful in assuring that I learned all I could for me to possibly move on. I assisted Babies Can't Wait and Children's Medical Services in provided the necessary information and resources for the Special Needs children of Georgia.
helping the children with special needs, providing the help and reources
when a child or family is no longer eligible for services.
Internship - Office Worker (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 3, 2012
Early morning, I gained a lot of clerical work experience. The co-workers I worked with were very friendly and welcoming. The hardest part was learning how to fix broken websites on the intranet. The most enjoyable part was learning something new week.