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Casual work environment with passionate people
Care Advocate (Current Employee), Seattle, WAFebruary 17, 2014
Pros: free lunches, verizon wireless discount, health care/vision/dental insurance, union representation
A typical day in my job consisted of coordinating the food services of 900+ weekly clients. I learned a lot about customer service, HIV/AIDS and other chronic conditions and how good food and nutrition can improve a person's health. The agency has undergone a lot of changes in the past couple of years, particularly in upper-management. Middle management – more... could use some more training on how to be more effective in working with front-line employees but the direction of the agency as a whole is well-supported and exciting. The hardest part of working at Lifelong was the lack of resources that many non-profits face, which resulted in a sub-par building with limited space to do quality work. Another frustration was the stringent contract requirements imposed by funders, which made continuity of care for clients difficult. The amazing people I worked with and the clients I served were the best part of the job. – less
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Non-profit organization continuously making positive changes to improve their presence in the community and the services clients receive.
Insurance Program Manager (Current Employee), Seattle, WAJanuary 1, 2014
Non-profit organization continuously making positive changes to improve the services clients receive.
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The people are nice but the benefits are not up to par
Temp Help Desk Coordinator (Current Employee), Seattle, waJuly 7, 2013
My manager was great as was the other person in the department. I furthered my experience in the IT department
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the LLAA Culture
Health Insurance Advocate & Coordinator (Former Employee), Seattle, WASeptember 6, 2012
Life Long AIDS Alliance gave me my start in client services. I learned during my tenure tha tI have a passion for helping clients; helping them access available services and secure them in stable situations to access their health care. Life Long, gave me this opportunity by training me and trusting in me to develop my latent skills and talents.
Life – more... Long attracts amazing talented and committed people from all back grounds. The client services team supports each other tremendously in service to the client. Life Long strives to unite its staff through various social events and team building exercises that are actually fun. I have many found memories of both work and social events. – less