no advancement opportunities, inconsistencies
Business Manager/Assistant Director (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – October 12, 2015
Every day I came in and recorded payments, did staff scheduling/breaks times, called clients, did billings, worked on account receivables/payables, did record keeping, answered phones, maintained child/staff ratios, took credit card payments, made bank deposits and greeted clients upon their arrival for the day. I checked emails and handled mail and correspondence, called clients with inquiries, gave tours and enrolled clients. I had to spend 4 hours a day doing marketing out in the community; making cold calls, putting up flyers, building partnerships with businesses and planning events to build brand awareness and promote community involvement. I also mentored and trained new employees and worked in the classrooms as needed.
I enjoyed working with the co-workers and was the "go to" person for problems and teachers needing solutions in their rooms. I particularly enjoyed the satisfaction of making sure quality goals are met within the organization and helping peers to reach their goals.
The hardest part of my job was the inconsistencies and no growth potential.
The children and families and peers.
no benefits, no job growth potential