Productive interesting place to work. Meet new people from all the country
Pros: getting to help people move on in their career.
Cons: they do not offer fmla
The morning starts with responding to Overseas emails/ Overseas screening. Than I get my scharts ready for my students coming in for that week. I review their records in three different systems to ensure they are all up to date.
I am the only one who is in this department, so there really is no management level. I work un supervised. All Physical exams – more... are to come through my office before they can schedule any physical exam. The hardest part of this job is when I am asked to seperate a member with in a day or two and the member is non-complient. It tends to be a little tricky but I always get the job done on time.
The most enjoyable part of this job is to see a family member excited when they origionally came to me all upset because they were stressed out about their transfer/overseas package and thaought that 10 days was a short time to get it done and we finished the whole process in 3 days. Just the happiness and joy they feel from the relief of just that one thing is done means a lot. – less