Program Eligibility Specialist (Former Employee) – Searcy, AR – August 11, 2016
This workplace is very much government regulated. There are very tight deadlines for all work. The management was kind and tried to work with people within the perimeters they were allowed. Pay is low for such a multi-faceted job and does not increase with the skills and additional programs you learn. There is little opportunity for advancement. Most people hired in retire in the same position.
There is a lot of time off earned. The longer you work there the more hours off per month you earn. The benefits are average for most professional positions.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Newport, AR 72112 – July 5, 2016
I filled a position that was not needed. All I did was sit and wait to be told what to do and the lady that I was hired to help was never at work. This job held lots of potential and I feel like I was short changed because of who I got stuck with. I was originally hired for a different position but on my first day of employment they changed it up on me.
UNEMPLOYMENT SERVICES (Former Employee) – Searcy, AR – June 6, 2016
• Provided guidance to individuals during the process of filing for unemployment. • Created an Arkansas Job Link (AJL) portfolio for each citizen seeking a job and helped direct them to a new career path. • Performed miscellaneous administrative duties.
I learned how to communicate and show compassion for those looking for jobs.
Auditor/Analyst (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – January 25, 2016
The overall experience working at the State of Arkansas, DFA Office of Personnel Management and Criminal Detention Facility Review was a great learning experience that offered profound insight and education.
an awesome company, fun , challenging and rewarding.
territory manager (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AE – January 18, 2016
Responsible for recruiting, interviewing and training potential and new agents. ● Conduct daily office meetings. ● Analyze agent reports and train on areas of improvement. ● Assist agents with daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual goal setting. ● Trained daily on product knowledge, closing techniques and roll playing.
Continually training and support, great commission structure, recognition and trips
Health Service Specialist II (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – January 8, 2016
I provide services to the Public in regards to Immunizations and WIC. I do intake for these services that require expierence with different Insurance companies and working with all Races and Ethinicities. It is great to be able to help provide nutritional supplements for Women, Infant and Children in need.
Ran around on my feet all day. Fast paced. Loved it.
Claimstajer (Former Employee) – El Dorado – October 20, 2015
I was the first contact for anyone applying for unemployment benefits. Because of extensive unemployment experience, I knew what everyone needed to do to apply for benefits or move forward with their claim. I didn't have a desk because I didn't have time or the need to sit down. The position was funded for only a short time. When the funding ran out, I was gone.
I like substitute teaching except for the fact that I don't get to interact much with the children. On the other side of that sometimes in this particular setting, there was no instructions left for the kids to fill in the time while their teacher was gone which lead to chaos. Everyone is very friendly in a small school system.
Great vacation spot for the outdoor enthusiast! Five star accommodations.
Facility Manager (Former Employee) – Mt. Magazine, Paris, AR – April 7, 2015
Loved the clients/guests....favorite was working banquets/special events. Proud of our State Park system. Mt. Magazine is definitely top of the charts as best place to visit in Arkansas. Great employees. Best benefits. Only downfall was inconsistent hours....never knew when you worked or days off....took all my time away from family.