Administrative Support II (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – January 25, 2016
Like every job it had it's downsides and each program/department will be different but overall the culture is comfortable and makes working there very nice. Good holidays and vacation time, lots of opportunity to move up or to different departments. Lots of experience to get here.
Productive and enjoyable with reconciling credit card.
Accounting Technician IV (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – January 7, 2016
*Having a heavy work load to keep busy for the day. *I have learned how to reconcile credit card statements. *I have good time management. *I enjoy working with my co-workers. *The hardest part of my job is my computer being super slow. *Reconcile all travel credit card statement within one day.
productive fun work environment in the Pediatrics Clinic
Administrative Support II (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – July 23, 2015
Answered phones, scheduled appointments, checked in patients, verified information over the phone and in person, utilized copy/fax machine, worked in MS Word, Excel, mentored new employees, worked closely with up to 5 Medical Providers
Human Resource Assistant (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – June 22, 2015
I loved working for Southcentral Foundation. They support your personal life as much as your work life and there are endless possibilities to excel and grow within the company. This company strives off of giving it's employee's every opportunity to reach their own career goals while enjoying their job.
Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – November 13, 2014
Receptionist, phone room and Case Management Support. We did multi tasking and rotated positions. Answer phones, assist with daily charts in proper areas for easy checking customer owner in. Deliever Faxes to proper offices and always quality check your work.Other duties assigned daily.
Clinical Associate II (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – July 26, 2014
A typical day at work would be to come in before the residents were awake, ensure that everybody got up and got ready for breakfast and school on time, and then help out during classes wherever needed. I was responsible for providing group teachings almost everyday, and then spending time documenting those teachings for each resident that was present. Sometimes upper management seemed pretty clueless, as we were almost constantly understaffed and my supervisors/managers had to fight pretty hard to have fun things approved for our residents. My co-workers were all great, but everybody always looks so overworked. There is generally a feel of camaraderie, as we have to work together as a team or we sink. The hardest part of my job was keeping all of the plates spinning day-in and day-out. The most enjoyable part for me was working with the residents. It was very difficult working with these residents, but the knowledge that most of them were ultimately appreciative and learned a variety of new skills made it feel worth it.
free lunches, the residents can be a lot of fun, and great co-workers
working lunches, very few breaks, hecktick workplace, every task is made to feel like a priority
Productive and beneficial work skills, in the Pediatric Clinic
Administrative Support II (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – April 23, 2014
Self starting, very pleasant people to work with, Great teamwork atmosphere, I acquired great customer service skills, proficiency in all MS office software, as well as other software for medical use. I learned how to multi-task on a high level, and work as an individual as well as a team member. Management was helpful in all areas when needed. The hardest part of the job was working with unruly customers, but I handled myself well in all situations when they arose. I enjoyed working with a great team, and learning new things on a regular basis.
Patient Accounts Specialist II (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – February 8, 2014
Southcentral foundation has taught me many things. The main source was customer service is a high priority with in all communities. I have learn patience, respect, knowledge, systems, people of all cultures and sourroundings...Managers are very friendly and will take the time to teach you in a timely manner of your work area. They will provide you the training you are needing for your duties and will strive you to move upward in a work area. They also have high expectations on family and education and will work with you when any problems may occur. I hightly recommend this work area to anyone who is in a health career field.
Clinical Associate 1 (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – November 22, 2013
-A typical day at work is lots of open communication. -I've learned to be persistent and how to betted work independantly. -Management is good at communicating but I personally think there are too many supervisors controlling the same department. -My co-workers are accepting and understanding and use good communication. -The hardest part of the job is that it is a 24hour facility so if family issues or emergencies come up it is hard to get time off. -The most enjoyable part of the job is working with teens, building a relationship and seeing change in their lives.