Financial Analyst (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – March 24, 2014
I learned how to make spread sheets, file taxes, and budgets. Management was very knowledgeable and helpful with any issues. I worked with great people and made many friends. there really wasn't a hard part to the job. I enjoyed going to work, and learning new things and teaching others different skills.
Medical Supervisor (Former Employee), Harrisburg, PA – March 24, 2014
Pros: supervision of soliders
Cons: very long work hours 24 hours shifts
Workiing with the Nation afforded me the opportunity to Supervised soldiers, triage patients during deployment, implemented medical treatment ,Implemented orders from MD and followed up on treatments, and participated in Special Emergency Response team training. The hardest part of my job was making sure that all soliders remained safe and the care – more... of the patients was at the highest standard at all times. The best part of my job was all the experience I gained. I was able to hone my interpersonal skills, and develop lasting relationships – less
Medic (Former Employee), Goldsboro – March 23, 2014
Its a tough job, the phase hurry and wait is right on........... Another great group of people. The armory is very hot in the summer and cold in the winter. You never know what you're going to be doing next
Water Treatment Specialist (Current Employee), Easton, PA – March 23, 2014
Pros: fellowship, benefits, training
Cons: tough lifestyle
A typical day of the National Guard is filled with training and improving your soldiering skills. Learned many skills after enlisting and it changed my life forever. There is truly a family mentality among the soldiers around you. Hardest part of the job is the possibility of being away from loved ones for long periods of time. It feels great when you – more... know you are part of something important. – less
great place to work, especially since its one weekend a month
Financial Management Technician (Former Employee), Raymond, MS – March 22, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: once a month
Very fun place to be, love it. get to meet friends once a month and get paid for it. overall i like being in the national guard because of the benefits you have and the compansation aint so bad either.
Sergeant E-5 (Former Employee), Green Bay, WI – March 22, 2014
Cons: away from home
Hard work, a great deal of knowledge, great deal of traveling was able to see much of the country and some parts over seas. good benefits and meet a lot of people. great oppurtuntiy for individual advancement.
Mechanic (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – March 21, 2014
If you want to Keep busy and work on a constant basis having something to do and an open weekend Join the active Army. If you want to be able to be independent and do more things on your own still do school but still serve in a way Join the Reserves or National Gurad.
Operations and Training Specialist (Current Employee), Fort Harrison, MT – March 20, 2014
Pros: health insurance, matched 401k, salery
Cons: sometimes 24 hour operations, slow part of the year.
I have enjoyed every minute helping other personnel to train smartly and safely in addition to mentoring people into becoming outstanding workers and citizens. I enjoy coordinating all the difficult logistical situations and large improvement and construction projects. My co-workers and subordinates work well together. There are many long days but the – more... pay-offs are rewarding when all goals are achieved. – less
Equipment Parts Sergeant (Current Employee), Reidsville, NC – March 20, 2014
• Establishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, material control, accounting and supply reports. • Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn-ins, and performs dues-ins and dues-outs accounting. • Corrects error and exception documents. • Reviews and verifies quantities – more... received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests, and shipping documents. – less