Channeling Program Case Manager (Former Employee), Miami, FL – June 10, 2014
Pros: loved the people i worked with.
Cons: would not pay mileage
I worked with the elderly some of my responsibilities included processed individual care plans, did yearly assessments, managed new cases, monitored all agency service providers performance and managed cost plans for each client.
Tenant Support Assistant (Former Employee), Miami, FL – April 8, 2014
Working with the elderly is always a good deed, At least that is what i believe. It's just such a wide range of ages, cultural, religious and ethnic backgrounds of individuals who are retired and want to make a meaningful contribution in someone else’s life, sharing their expertise and love; And if you are some one that likes to learn from others and – more... use their experience then this job is for you. – less
Revenue Manager, Application and Analysis (Current Employee), Miami, FL – September 2, 2013
Cons: commute time and benefits
I work on my own analyzing system set up and reports. The hardest part of my job is dealing with the overseas staff, training and trying to manage them. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing the caring clinical staff and how the interact with patients.
Manager Health Information Management (Former Employee), Miami, FL – August 28, 2013
Pros: great team work!!
Enjoyed working for the organization. I was afforded the opportunity to learn and experience different management styles. The co-workers and staff members were a great team. I worked at the facility for 10 plus years and enjoyed the journey.
Human Resource Assistant (Former Employee), Miami, FL – January 14, 2013
Pros: beautiful campus
Cons: 30 min lunches
I first began working with this company in 1997, as a secretary. Throughtout the years, I transferred 2 times. My last position being the Human Resources Assistant. I began my day @ 7:30am, assisting employees with any questions or concerns. I learned how the Human Resources Department functions. I learned how to better interact with people. Really – more... listen to them. My co-workers were a very nice group of people to work with. My Director, was one of the nicest persons that I had the pleasure of working with. The hardest part of my job was when i had to advise someone that they were not qualified for a position. The most enjoyable part of the job was when I was able to tell an applicant that the position is theirs if they wanted it. The expressions on their faces were priceless! – less