Flexible work schedule great off days.
Pros: working on grant funds
Cons: grant funds not being recognized by superiors
My typical day at work I would unlock the building and retrieve the mail from the box and turn my computer on. I turn off and retrieve all message from the answering machine. I prepare coffee for the office staff and checked supplies. I then log on to my computer using my pass word to get into all areas of the system to assist me in my daily task. I retrieve my emails, answered all uncompleted emails from the previous day. I reviewed up coming appointments for the day, and filled cancelled appoints with stand-by clients. Throughout the day I would answer multiple phone lines, receive clients, monitor the computer room, inform counselors of appointments, balance bookkeeping, bank deposit and total number of clients for the day.
I learned how to interview clients and potiential employee's. I learned how to assist clients in financial distress, directing them to the correct sources in there crisis.
Management were agreeable in decisional efforts with finalizing project prepartions and plans.
Co-workers were supportive and agreeable on most projects.
The hardest part of the job was unlocking and letting the security door up the bad weather.
The enjoyable part of my job was being successful in finding financial assistant for the clients and seeing the clients utilize there new skills set in using the computer.