CNC Lathe Operator (Former Employee) – N. Pekin Illinois – February 2, 2016
Before stared running the machine I checked up all around the machine for oils, cooling , and if ever thing is security to stared also inserts and tools , I learned to run that machine in the best way to do safety , also to do set- up still need to learn more , when I not be sure in something always I asked how to do, I like to be nice with all the people ,always I am happy working in my jobs, I allways enjoy my job 100% with a good co-workers
Security Guard Officer (Former Employee) – Goshen, NY – July 25, 2016
Drive to location ,report to supervisor obtain your duties , make contact with co workers plan to follow .You must be courteous are all time and develop a close relationship with people you work for and the environment that you protect ,hardest part to be on your feet all day , you have succeed with duties get to go home save
Human Resources/Payroll Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kuwait – January 29, 2014
Working in Kuwait was an experience that I will always remember. We worked with a very diverse group of employees from several different countries. I enjoyed meeting and working with the different nationalities. The hardest part was finding translators for all the different dialects they spoke. I had never worked with passports, visas, and work permits in a foreign country before so I had to learn many things in a short amount of time. We had a work force of over 400 employees. As the Human Resource specialist I oversaw an office of five employees and was responsible for completing all necessary paperwork to allow employees permits to work and live in a foreign country. My office was also responsible for tracking man hours, vacation pay, benefits, and passport dates. I reported to the general manager, the contract manager, and the US Army as required.
The mornings would be straight ground and pound making pallets using a nail gun. I was taught how to better use hand tools and manual tools. I learned cooperation also. The management seemed to be nice and polite allowing a little in between break when things were at a very high paced level. Co- workers were funny and easy to get along with for the most part. The hardest part was being able to control the nail gun all day after your hands began to hurt. The most enjoyable part was the over time was voluntary so you could get as much OT as you wanted.
there was never really a manager on the floor so you didn't have to feel pressured
Director: Business Deveoplment and Operations (Current Employee) – Sunnyvale, Ca – April 27, 2014
Identifying, forecasting, and closing new opportunities Managing relationships at all levels within the account Vertical Account Penetration, Territory Management, and sales growth Bids for new client projects
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Quincy, FL – January 28, 2013
· Analyze client’s situation to determine what is needed to maintain and/or improve his/her health, family, social, or medical status to remain in the least restrictive environment using assessment form. · Ensure services are delivered; and are of the quality and quantity to produce desired outcome. · Coordinate all formal and informal services received by client. · Interact with client’s caregiver and family. · Assist client in maintaining or improving self-sufficiency and functioning, and helping protect the client from abuse, neglect and exploitation. · Serve as a link between acute and long term care service providers, Department of Children and Families, Adult Protective Services, Area Agency on Aging for North Florida and CARES. · Complete and maintain client record with progress notes related to service provision and monitoring. · Created and maintained spreadsheet to tack staff assignments for patient care services using Excel.