This position is easy to get, if you're looking for a job right out of school. Try to stay at least a year. And just don't get too comfortable here. You will experience that most - if not all - of your coworkers are miserable with this company and looking to leave. I gave such a low rating on this position because of the unmanageable workload and unrealistic due dates that are a huge part of the job. This position requires a lot of paperwork, lots of due dates. During my time there, I had witnessed administration often fire new HCIs while they are on probation. There is no job security and they appear to penalize for simple human error and mistakes that HCIs naturally make when they are new, without considering that there is a learning process. Administration chooses not to see the issues in the training process, to change this pattern of so many workers constantly quitting or being fired. Additionally a lot of the time, that should be spent doing the large amount of paperwork - that is expected to be handed in weekly from the HCIs- is spent in meetings or discussing and defending your work, including the typos or small mistakes, to a supervisor. When interviewing, the many packets that go along with the job were not mentioned. Just make sure that you bend over backwards while working here and you surely will not get fired, even if it includes working late nights! If you do choose to work here, just go in with the mentality that it is just temporary and you can get through this, I did! Best of luck!
workload; work environment; lack of support