Parks Recreation Manager (Current Employee) – Miami – October 12, 2015
I over see the day to day operation for the Ives Estates Park Zone. I oversee 5 staff members, I managed park contracts, the hardest part of the job is dealing with a smaller budget to get the job done. The fun part about the job I get to work with the community.
Working at the Internation Airport of Miami is a very high paced job. I have to make sure I not only work fast but also efficient. That being said I always remember that I am to perform superior customer service skills while also performing any other tasks.
I would search vehicles as will as use metal detector wands. I would patrol.I also worked the airport access gates and check ID's and vehicle decals. I would also write passes. I would look for suspicious activity or items.
A typical day at work was very fast paced and productive. I learned the ins and outs of architectural and engineering procurement. My co-workers were human, there is good and not so good in everyone. There were no hard parts to my job but the most enjoyable was interacting with the public
typical day at work consist of going in the office getting my work assignment and completing it by the end of the day faxing making copies scanning documents creating an paperless environment to all designated computer files
Election Specalist (Former Employee) – FL – February 11, 2015
Monitor visitors' activities to ensure compliance with establishment. Provide directions and other pertinent information to visitors. Greet and register visitors, and issue any required identification badges or safety devices. Drive motor vehicles to transport visitors to establishments and voting locations. Perform clerical duties such as filing, typing, operating switchboards, and routing mail and messages.
Bus operator/ Ocl Instructor (Current Employee) – FL – January 8, 2015
A typical day at work, try to instructing how policy and procedures works. Also, instructing new operator how to operate a bus and how to be safe at the same time. In a typical day I have learned a lot because I have to do presentation, PowerPoint and be able to explain in detail every aspect of the job required. Management has one point of view teach well the policy and procedure. With my Co-workers they're very supportive and we worked together to bring one common goal, created unity among ourselves to bring forth a better training unit. The hardest part of the position are the physical aspect of the job, to always be in your best and bring your A game. The most enjoyable of my position after 10 weeks of intense training, watch the new operator graduate. That's priceless
Working for this branch of the Elections Department was rather interesting working with the voting equipment and testing to make sure that they are reading the ballots properly and accurately. The Testing of the ballot was a true mental test seeing as the average precinct has a minimum of 3 voting machines and with over 800 precincts, all of these machines had to be tested and approved repeatedly before being sent out on election day. Two weeks leading into the election Absentee Ballots begin to get processed, they have to be sorted and stored based on precinct number, the team that i was on were the ones in charge of making sure all ballots we in proper order before being fed through the tallying machines. After the election all ballots are stored away in boxes and kept for 5 years. There are also digital versions of all ballots stored for good measure. The last set of task that we had to complete was copying all data from the voting equipment to hard drives all while in The Cage.
Election time sensitive work. Warehouse logistics, very fast paced and productive. Quite interesting to be a part of an election and to see behind the scenes of the preparation of a national election. Great workplace. Hardest part of the job is loading and unloading of election materials as well as election equipment deliveries county wide. Management very well planned strategy to execute a project or daily task.
My Experience working in a social service capacity
Child Development Services (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – August 27, 2014
* A typical day at work: Always dilivering excellence to clients by grreting them and seeing them on time for their appointment, Interviewing clients to determine their eligibility, veryifying information provided by applicants, answering and returning phone calls in a timely manner, providing VPK certificates, record keeping, maintaining and updating files.
* I've learned that you may want to help everyone, but not everyone will endup being satisfied.
* the style of management was participatory, had an open door policy, and motivational
* Majority of workers were team oriented and professional.
* When i have to turn down an applicant because they did not meet the requirements for the service.
* The amount of people I am to give service to for the day or even reffering them to other available programs.