Proselyte Missionary (Former Employee) – oakton virginia – November 8, 2014
I served two years in a volunteer organization. I have amazing communication skills. I taught others logical principles that would positively impact their lives and help them enhance their future. During the two years learned to work and get along with people of different heritage.
Missionary (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – July 29, 2016
I loved it, the entire time. I learned so much, and I feel so much closer to God because of it. It makes me so, incredibly happy, and anyone can be a part of it. To learn more, visit Mormon.org. You will not regret it.
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Lindon, UT – July 28, 2016
There is no greater opportunity to learn and grow in this very rewarding calling. Everyday you are out there doing service to anyone who needs it, translating, learning for about yourself, your abilities, and strengthening your weaknesses. This is just beyond rewarding.
Missionary Volunteer (Former Employee) – Mexico City – July 21, 2016
Working in this capacity is an honor for members of the Church. While really a 7/24 job it is amazing to work with so many wonderful young people. They come from all different places and different walks of life. They are not allowed to call their parents or family members but twice a year. My husband and I were responsible for their health and well being for their 18 months or 24 months that they were with us. It is a strenuous and intense experience
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Riverton, UT – July 12, 2016
Using a flavor of agile principles teams are organized by application and work on sprints to deliver enhancements or new functionality. Business partners work closely with the development teams and project managers to ensure software meets the business needs.
Great teams, talented developers, excellent work life balance.
Fulltime Missionary (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, El Salvador – June 25, 2016
This isn't a job where we get paid, it's volunteer work to help others where we are specifically needed to be to persistently share a message that helps gain people's faith and hope. Service is done 24/7 while on work and studying of the materials given are what we do to understand the teachings that are given to others.
Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 20, 2016
I have had the opportunity to work in many positions over the last 40 years and I'm fortunate that I have enjoyed every job I have ever had. Mostly I enjoyed being in charge, (managing) and creative thinking. I've had hundreds of challenges and successes in my carrier. Retired last year, and I'm feeling l need something more. I need something to do that will keep me active and/or around people.
I had the opportunity to run my own companies.
The company does not give very generous vacation hours.
I am a member of the LDS where I have learned discipline and values.
Teacher's Quorum Assistant (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – June 8, 2016
The LDS church is a religious organization. I do not received monetary compensation in my volunteer jobs or callings. But learned service to the community. And learned about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We don't have a CEO but a Bishop.
Missionary Work (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – May 23, 2016
Serving others on a daily basis is the most enriching experience I have ever had. In the two years I served, I learned the value of loving those you help, hard work, and being creative. I would recommend this volunteer opportunity to everyone.
Volunteer Missionary (Former Employee) – Rapid City, SD – May 16, 2016
this was a 2 year service mission. A typical day consisted of teaching people about what I believe. I learned how to teach in an effective manner. There wasn't really any management. Loved everyone i worked with. Hardest part was trying to find new people to teach and the most enjoyable part was meeting new people and learning about them.