to help the sales for support of the people in the rehabilitation cenyer
supervisor (Former Employee), manassas....va – January 29, 2014
Pros: chances to learn everyday something new
Cons: not alot of advancement
I came in from a temp service.....I had on day trading and I learned very quickly my job....I asked to do more things and they allowed me to grow within the company.I have done many positions and then they made me a supervisor of my department.I supervised two to three people at one time
Adolescence Developmental Counselor (Former Employee), Manhattan, NY – August 21, 2014
•Followed up with program participants after program completion to track progress. •Managed and restrained violent, potentially violent and suicidal clients. •Monitored a unit of 20 Residents. •Monitored residents where about , document all activities. •Conduct unit runs hourly, Goal entry, writing reports, Answering phones. •Provided Security of the – more... children that residence at the facility. •Duties include but not limited to assisting residents to get up in the morning, eat breakfast and perform personal hygiene, clothing & home mangerment skills. •Escort residents to medical appt. – less
asst pool manager (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – August 20, 2014
Cons: pay is low
its a beautiful place to work at i learn so much from this company the management team is wonderful my co workers are a blessings. the hard part about my job is chemical burns and the most enjoyable part of my job is getting to meet and see new faces everyday
Dispatch Volunteer (Former Employee), Providence, RI – August 15, 2014
Pros: free lunch, what i learned in the time i was there
Cons: not getting paid
Fun job ,With lots of learning experiences. Had good time with co-workers, the hardest part of job was more than one truck calling in at once. What I liked the most was the reasons I did the work . It helped myself while helping others.
Fun and energetic workplace filled with character; never a dull day
Summer Day Camp Teacher (Former Employee), Oakland, CA – August 14, 2014
Pros: fun, friendly staff; lively workplace
Cons: short breaks, no formal communication on a day- to- day basis
I first started to go to this day camp reluctantly after being enrolled as a student. Soon after, I fell in love with what this place has to offer and decided to go back the next year to volunteer. The next year, they offered me a paid position as a teacher, which I gladly took. Working at the Salvation Army has been an overall great experience as a – more... young adult. I was able to freely create daily lesson plans for my class, had positive and fun co-workers, and loved each and every one of my students. I was there for a good amount of time and was confident in my skills to navigate and be successful in my position. Going into work every day was the most enjoyable part, mainly because the workplace is so lively. I believe a difficult part I attended to was teaching my students while I was guiding my volunteers also. – less
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – August 14, 2014
Great place with great values. I have learned that I can get along with most types of people. I enjoy talking with the customers. It can be hard when we have to move the same item several times within the same day
Social Agency -- Assisting needy individuals & families
Sr. Case Manager, Job Developer, Resident Advisor (Former Employee), Wilmington, DE – August 11, 2014
Pros: enjoyment of seeing & helping people change their lives.
Cons: employment was ended due to lack of funds.
Enjoyed helping needy families with any of their crisis intervention needs, such as shelter, food & clothing needs Followed through with assessing longer term needs and goal planning. The hardest part of this job occurred at the end of 2013 when The Salvation Army told me my job was being eliminated due to a lack of funds.