Pros: healthcare, work/life balance
Cons: high turnover
Each day varied, with some projects that I checked on daily, others bi-weekly, etc. I constantly corresponded with colleagues and superiors--ensuring that we were on task for our monthly goals. My team made sure we were on task was by holding weekly stand-up meetings, where we'd fire off top priority projects and if we needed assistance. Though there were a number of running tasks, there were also a great deal of autonomy I was able to have with one-off projects that the Vice President would request of my team. I was the front and back door of the team. All projects would, at the very least, start with me and end with me. The hardest part of my job was balancing the needs of all the different people on my team--there were varied needs and many different preferences as to how they liked things done. I had to manage up and create balance for my team. The most enjoyable part was seeing a project to completion with the team.