Substitute Aide in Special Education (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 11, 2016
Love working in this great school,the children here makes my day,it's a privilege to see their little faces.Great co-workers..Team spirited,its fun being here and the hardest part is when my little angels graduate.Management is the best and I learn new things everyday from all the staff.
Accounting Assistant, Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 26, 2014
-Responsible for the transfer of data of expense and revenue accounts from Great Plains software to excel spreadsheets -Processed accounts payable into Great Plains software Matched printed checks to invoices of accounts payable entries
Early Intervention Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 21, 2014
I liked the Lighthouse since day 1 until the program I worked for was closed. There were other programs that were affected and may employees had to leave due to agencies struggling on maintaining a well balance budget
Conference Center Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 4, 2014
• Greet customers and clients in office. • Answer client questions and/or call staff with which they are meeting. • Answer telephone and give general information in response to inquiries. • Receive all the phone calls and connect them to the appropriate persons • Provide detailed event information to callers. • Assist in the assembly of media kits and gift bags, direct mailers, monthly schedules, invitations and related materials for meetings and promotional efforts. • Provide hospitality service in office conference rooms. • Assist with planning and organizing events. • Provide the highest level of customer service for all guests. • Assist with office duties as requested. • Provide personalized service with guests and establish good relationships to ensure repeat visitation. • Consistently enhances the guest experience. • Maintain client files and records. • Help out each person who approaches the desk with a query • Monitor special events and attend to client needs as required. • Accept credit card/ debit card payments
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – January 6, 2014
processing loans, what I learned was how to structure loans for clients, so they could save money on there mortgage as far as management no so great. as far as co-workers I got along with everyone. the hardest part of the job was weekends, because I couldn't work. the most enjoyable part of the job was helping people and learning new was to structure loans and the fact that everyday was a new experience...
money was great
owner of company was an idiot and company went out of buisness.
Intern Assistant Director (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 6, 2013
A normal day at work consisted of reaching out to numerous volunteers for volunteer opportunities.I learned to be more creative.Management were'nt effective,co-workers were team players.The hardest part of the job was the unknowing. The most enjoyable part was work with co workers.
A day of fun with instructed activities that promote the deveolpment of students
Youth Advocate (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 24, 2013
An excelent work enviroment that cordially invites people with disabilities such as a visual impairment, blindness,and other forms of disabilites to explore their maximum potential. Students from all ages and backrounds are granted with the opportunity to learn and participate on independent living skills lessons, training in orientation and mobility tp prepare them for the professional world.The Light House International has just the right enviroment that enables individuals with a disability to succeed!
The Ethel and Samuel J. LeFrak School at the Lighthouse International
Teacher (Former Employee) – 111 East 59th street NY, 10022 – July 5, 2013
The Ethel and Samuel J. LeFrak School is a wonderful place to work at, however there is a few workers ( Teacher's Aides ) there that like to bully and give dirty looks to those who are not part of their little group. I just don't understand why they still working there. In the other hand the majority of people who works there are hard working dedicated workers.
good schedule, ( besides the bullies) a warm environment, multicultural
no salary increases, health benefits are expensive
Top management bankrupted the organization and left Queens consumers high and dry
Social Work Intern (Former Employee) – Kew Gardens, Queens – December 19, 2012
There was an office in Queens but because of top management spending excessive amounts of money on building and decorating their new building in Manhattan, the Queens offce was closed and consumers left high and dry!!! Bad management, planning and shameful irresponsible handling of the organization's money caused many dedicated people to be let go and the visually impaired lost a much needed resource in Queens.
Very supportive organization. Staff often reached out to me while I was deployed
Early Intervention Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 11, 2012
The hardest part of my job is the paperwork. On a typical day I follow up on cases ensuring that services and evaluations are being provided in a timely professional manner. Support families and help them to advocate for children. most enjoyable part is when families get the services and help they need and the stress levels and anxiety subside.
Serious, interested in helping people who are either vision impaired or blind.
EA, Chief of External Affairs & Special Pgt Mgr (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 28, 2012
A leading non-profit organization dedicated to preserving vision, and to providing guidance to people who are visually impaired to enjoy safe, independent and productive lives through clinical services, education, research, and advocacy.
Great opportunity working at a fortune 500 company
Director of Recruiting (Former Employee) – Lemont, IL – April 19, 2012
I would work directly with the hiring managers in the actuarial department helping them fill their current openings. Co-called on a daily basis to develp potential candidates. Post openings on carrer boards. Interview candidates for open positions.