My day was 8 hours mon-fri. My responsibilities was to contact existing clients and follow up about their results. I was welcoming all new clients and all potential clients and working with them for the best gym memberships that suits them. I was creating a plan and accusing it for attracting new members. I learned to work in team with my colleagues, I learned to be patient and to achieve my goals, I learned to be persistent and to be warm and communicative with clients.
Project Manager - Global Business Accounts (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 26, 2016
I have nothing bad to say about this company. I enjoyed my time there and most companies pale in comparison. I learned very valuable work experience. This company affords their employees unlimited opportunities to grow and expand.
Director Regional Manager - Latam (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – January 20, 2016
• Growth and Development of the Latin American Market • Negotiate new and existing deals with the PTT of each country involving both origination and termination of traffic. Frequent travel to most of these countries is involved. • Responsible for establishing and developing routes for all distributors to verify the performance of our products in the market
Intern Level 1 network support (Former Employee) – Paris – November 11, 2015
Where i worked was a really productive environment cause every member of the team was engaged in what he was doing especially in my team. I really love working with my colleagues and for Orange. I learned from them.Moreover it was a fun workplace cause my colleagues where always kidding.
Senior Order Delivery Manager (Current Employee) – Gurgaon,IN – July 5, 2015
Its a really good company to work with and it always provide new learning areas. There is work balance between work and home. I enjoy handling new challenges and my profile provides the same: new challenges, new learning, coordination, career growth, service delivery and project management
Orange was recently bought off by Africell a Lebanese telecom company. I get to work at around 7:50am then have a small meeting with my team of 3 Customer Sales Representatives. I have a few projects that l work on with my team leader that is the designing a Leave Management system and Merchandising for the entire Orange shops.I get to learn alot from my supervisor on a daily. Hardest part is having to meet my sales targets when we have stock outs.
Being the Chief Clinical Officer has allowed me to gain experience in areas that were off limits to me before including making financial decisions, managing departments that are typically managed by the COO (lab, radiology, dietary, housekeeping, facilities and pharmacy) and strategic planning. I also experienced limiting services and the amount of pre-work that it requires including board preparations, physician management and human resources issues. The hardest part of this job is balancing financial limitations with the needs of facility. The most enjoyable part of this job is the interactions with the employees and medical staff.
As a network engineer , I was into operations where we managing all major Networks of France Telecom and coordinating with all major telcos for restoring any outages. Their were different sites which had cisco devices , Nortel equipment. These were monitored and troubleshooting process was done in case of any issue. In case of any outage every customer were kept informed with the impact analysis and the re routed path for them. The ETA for the restoration was also provided. We were handling the escalations from customers as well. In case of heavily escalated issue, it was immediately reported to the supervisor. For those cases we were guided to work on it. It was more of handling the Ip related cases and few ATM and ISDN related issues.