Federal Agency Office Automation Intern (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – August 13, 2014
•Provides receptionist, office automation, and clerical support for Operations and Policy Supper Staff (OPSS) within the Benefits Administration and Payments Department (BAPD). •Processes and categorizes mail, facsimiles, phone calls, and other forms of correspondence for OPSS employees. •Provides assistance to the Division Manager, Management Analysts, and Training Specialists. •Produces a variety of written documents utilizing various forms of Microsoft Office. •Assists Policy Analysts with various projects for individualized policy questions within pension plans. •Assists with BAPD training classes and course materials. •Compiles and tracks BAPD training survey responses. •Prepares time and attendance records for division employees. •Responds to employee inquiries from various BAPD divisions regarding general OPSS policies and programs.
I enjoyed the work at PBGC as a FOIA Analyst because I has the opportunity to be involved with both the requester and the benefit individual.
FOIA ANALYST (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 8, 2015
My work here allowed me to have input with both the individual submitting a written request for information and the opportunity to review individual records of the pension benefit individual. To have the responsibility to review the records and make determinations of documentation to release or not allowed me to apply the legal exemptions/provisions necessary. This position also allowed me to use my paralegal skills to research, write and have dialogue with colleagues and managerial staff on legal issues of record. Also, many of my other skills were put to use in Excel to create charts and graphs at year ends reporting.
Auditor Internship (HNIP) (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 12, 2015
This is a wonderful place to work. The people there will welcome you as one of their own. They will provide you with all the tools you need to get your work done. There is room for advancement and personal growth. Loved this place.
Auditor (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 3, 2014
Most of the employees have worked for the agency for many years. The others use the opportunity as a stepping stone towards their desired career path. The department I worked in was very friendly and helpful.
Management and Program Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 2, 2014
A typical day at work is always productive and busy. I've learned how to manage time, be organized, and multi-task while doing various administratives duties. I have a great relationship with my co workers; we work as a team. There is nothing hard about my job, all I have to do is create a plan for my assignments i've been tasked with and execute it. The most enjoyable part of my job is working on or assisting with a project (s).
Management & Program Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 8, 2014
Good place to work. People are nice, positive and supportive of each other and the mission of the organization as a whole unified entity. Learned about Multiemployer Plan regulations and the Financial Assistance process. Good Administrative job with a variety of projects to work on. Lacking a bit in the area of growth potential in my case.
Equal Employment Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 15, 2013
Loved how small the agency was and how you knew everyone. Even the Director knows your name and you can talk to him any time you'd like. Very nice working environment BUT I was only there for an internship. Sad to leave.