customer service/cashier/Inventory tech (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 24, 2017
I loved working for lackland it was a fun company to work for the management was great to work with the CEO of the company was great he was a good manager the most enjoyable part of my job was working with some great people in a great place
Contract Group Practice Manager (Former Employee) – Lackland AFB – March 2, 2017
Was a Practice Manager which allowed me to be effective to not only the patients but provider/staff output. Used my critical thinking skill to resolve/solve a problem. Built many networks to solve any concern that presented it's self. The challenge was it wasn't a guarantee every year you would have a job. The best part was the fast pace and working with clinics and staff, building relationships to meet the end goal of taking care of patients
High Paced critical thinking skills
No sick leave, no stability, or eligibility for promotion or more responsibility
C5 FTU Loadmaster Instructor (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 9, 2016
Accomplishes preflight and post-flight of aircraft and aircraft systems. Receives cargo/passenger load briefings, checks placement of cargo/passengers against aircraft limitations/restrictions, determines adequacy of cargo documentation. If required, load plans cargo/passenger loads. Supervises cargo/passenger loading and offloading activities. Determines cargo placement and restraint requirements and directs and checks the placement of restraint equipment. Computes aircraft weight and balance. Demonstrates use of life support equipment. Accomplishes passenger comfort activities during flight. Performs aircrew functions and other mission specific qualification duties to include the airdrop of personnel and equipment/cargo.
Cryptologic Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 22, 2016
I worked at CCSD up and Security Hill, HNCM- The military chain of command was meh but the civilian side was awesome. Some days are busy other days we not military coworkers were okay and some civilians were awesome Leadership on the military side tries to micro manage all the time
Sales Associate at AAFES (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 1, 2014
Responsible for open and closing the department. Replenished shelves with product when stock was running low. Placed orders for out of stock or low quantity items. Set up merchandise for customer display. Helped customers make informed decisions by providing information about the specifications and features of products throughout the department. Assisted in deliver and installation of merchandise in customers’ home.
I loved every second I was employeed with Wal-greens. I had a great manager and excellent co-workers
Lead Evening Pharmacy Techncian (Former Employee) – Sheppard AFB, TX – June 22, 2014
I have been a pharmacy technician for over 14 years, most of those years stationed at Hill AFB, UT. In those 10 years I've had the chance to work with many forms of leadership. Because the job I was trained to do has a cap on training I was given many opportunities based on my abilities to do other things outside the MDG based on my qualifications which are listed on my resume. I had a great time as an active duty service member and miss it greatly.
Emergency Operations Program Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 28, 2015
Clear structure and organization. Expectations are clear and employee job performance is evaluated and feedback provided as to strengths, weaknesses, and areas that may need improvement. Results are the highest, patient quality of care, safety, and satisfaction.
Employee Relations is very interesting because you deal with employees.
Employee Relations Specialist (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 16, 2015
In a typical day I receive 20 calls or 25 emails for employee relations issues, I service 986 employees. I don't think it is hard because I enjoy helping people figure out the problems that have in the scope of employee relations.
Trainee (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 5, 2015
a typical day at work consists of lots of training. i learned my job in security forces academy. leadership is very strict for a great cause. my fellow colleagues helped throughout training because we work together. the hardest part of the training was the training. the most enjoyable part was the climate on off duty time.
Security (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 5, 2013
I was a security guard for Lackland AFB. It was a fun experience because I was never alone on guard whether nights or days. I met many great men and women and will always view this experience as a maturing event in my life