Administrator II (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – July 28, 2015
• Provided professional administrative support to both the Regional Sales Manager and Regional Marketing Director. • Provide ad-hoc analysis of specific promotional and events as requested. • Maintained annual and quarterly sales budget report. • Tracked volume and profit performance and maintained records for marketing summits
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – March 20, 2015
• Supported the President and Chief Investment Officer of Manulife Asset Allocation Management. • Handle all administrative duties, phones, memos, Fed-Ex, courier, supply ordering, etc. • Coordinated his calendar and organized all travel domestic and international. • Kept him up to date with Wall Street Journal and all other publications and or subscriptions
Assistant Property Manager (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – December 9, 2013
There is no typical day when you are in property management. It change by the minute. In the morning there is daily tasks, but in a quick second that can change depending on the needs or emergencies that come up within the building.
It is always busy with a myriad of taks on the list, but I enjoy my work. Property Manager is always availalbe for any inquiries we have, any suggestions and takes the time to introduce new tools which we can learn and grow from. We work diligently to get everything done.
Work isn't always predictable or easy, but it is challenging and enjoyable.
Business Systems Analyst II (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – April 2, 2013
I worked as a systems analyst for the annuities business unit. During that time, I supported multiple business applications. I worked directly with the business to address and resolve incidents/bugs; planned, tested, and managed the implementation of application enhancements and upgrades.
Administrative Support (Former Employee) – us pension 401k plan – May 8, 2012
This is a great company but the pay was not right for the amount of duties and responsibilities you had to do. I this our department was viewed at the bottom of the barrel. However i believe we were the back bone
great company, benefits, shareholder opportunity
pay not enough, did not think much of their employee