Went through alot of managers, maybe 7, in the six years i worked there
Bartender (Former Employee) – Michigan City, IN – October 3, 2017
It was a beautiful facility with golf course that was immaculately tended, swimming, diving and baby pool, all of which I was managing when I left. The chefs I had work with there were top notch, the food was excellent, including some exotic dishes. The antelope chops were deliscious.
Free deliscious meals, i weighed much more while working there
As is standard for private clubs, politics really had a negative impact on the running of it.
Quiet and neat place to work with supportive staff
Echo Imaging Internship (Former Employee) – VA – December 6, 2013
I started my morning by checking on daily patient schedules. Followed with my supervisor lead on directing patients to echo lab to start their test. I learned to pay attention to the physician order on patient chart and look for symptoms or pre-diagnosis on the echo image. All the 2d echo images were taken including color doppler, M-mode modality. If we were requested by the ordering physician to look for any pathology and it needed an injection of IV on patient arm, a nurse were called to the station to do so for our purposes of injection of fat molecules via IV administered under a nurse supervision. Co-workers were friendly and supportive when hard times demanding on the job. The hardest part of the job was when we were assigned to prepare to do a TEE echo test. I could manage under my lead sonographer to follow the direction and just wait for the doctor to give us the order to go. The rest were easy. The most enjoyable part of the job was to help patients and being supportive all the way throughout the entire test and give them sense of comfort and attention. I really liked the management personel at VA Long Beach, very respectful and making sure I was learning on days I was at the site.
Free lunch when worked as a volunteer
I wish they had more room to perform Echo test or hire more sonographers
Ambassador College Bookstores (Former Employee) – Long Beach, Calif – July 1, 2012
There wasn't really a typical day, there was something different everyday. I learned to help students, order supplies, work on the computer, negociate with vendors. Management was good, very helpful. Co workers were like family. It was hard work but there wasnt really a hard part of the job. The most enjoyable part was meeting so many different people as they came to the school.