Rewarding culture to work in. Candidates must be willing to work with people with disabilities.
Facility Manager (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – November 14, 2016
A typical day in a management position was to review any problems from the day before. Address all issues before they become a problem for the staff. Coordinate all work activities for the staff in all buildings. Plan for capitol projects, and submit for approval. Once approved oversee the project until completion. Chair the safety department. Receive accident/incident reports and investigate within 24 hours. Implement changes to procedures or determine if additional training is necessary.
Very rewarding working with people with disabilities.
Sometimes the days weren't long enough to accomplish all tasks.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – December 10, 2014
I would make sure all areas was clean and safe. how to keep my complaints down. did not appreciate my work performance. had alot of issues at home. was the trust from staff. when i was told that im doing a super job.
Janitorial Worker (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – October 17, 2014
I worked the night shift for thirteen days cleaning up trash at the NYS Fair. I didn't learn much as I already had many cleaning skills. The management was very poor as most of the management was poor. The co-workers committed crimes at work and got away with them. The hardest part of the job was avoiding trouble as the co-workers were dangerous. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was able to work with my wife on late summer nights.
Good for interfacing with challenged that need guidance.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – September 8, 2013
Expectations are high for the work required. Mentally handicapped supervisor is paid less than employees. Go figure....It had been addressed many times and good to great talent has had to quit for scrupulous reasons.