Pros: culture crew, free wellness services, and yearly check up.
Cons: early mornings, irregular schedule
Get up around 4am, travel to a variety of locations to perform health screenings. I have a staff of about 20 prm employees to perform screenings with me, I create their schedule on a monthly basis. The hardest part of my job is the high turn over rate of employees, due to being a prn job and high and low months of activity, we tend to lose empoyees to other full time positions, therefore I do a lot of new employee orientation and training. Another hard part is the fluxuating hours, one morning I may need to be up at 3am the next morning I have to be up at 6am. I enjoy my employee's whom I spend my day with, I also enjoy getting off of work around 1-2pm. The most rewarding part about the job is the success stories we obtain, we have flagged diabetics, who had no clue they were diabetic. We have encouraged health and wellness system wide and had so many participants say we motivated them to lose weight or get active. Its a great feeling to know you have helped and even changed a life.