Executive Assistant to President, CFO, Counsel (Former Employee) – Rochester, NH – November 23, 2016
At Thompson/Center Arms, I was the Executive Assistant to the CEO/Owner, VP-Finance, and VP-Legal Counsel. My job was to handle calendars for all three, screen phone calls, set up meetings, act as liaison with outside counsel on various product liability cases, make travel arrangements, sort and distribute mail daily, interact with the sales department, Human Resources, and many others within the company. I approved invoices for Accounts Payable, researched patents at the US Patent Office, assisted Research & Development with various projects, sat in on depositions, and much more. I truly loved this job and all of the 500+ people who worked there, until the company was bought by another gun company from out of state, closed the factory and offices and moved all to Massachusetts.
Awesome coworkers and bosses; free lunch for 500+ people daily, much, much more
Manager (Former Employee) – Salisbury, MD – March 30, 2016
open store , set up showcases , prepare food , delegate tasks to other co-workers , hardest part of job no time for breaks or lunch ,most enjoyable part for me is interaction with customers., close out register..daily receipts.clean and.close store , deposit made at bank.
Clerical/Filer/Runner (Former Employee) – Bellefontaine, OH – November 22, 2014
A typical day at work here was very refreshing. My co-workers took their time to train me in areas I had very little experience in. Flexibility was a great pro to this company. My supervisor was very respectful and helpful, he believed I was a great asset to the firm and I appreciated the consideration.
A great company with alot of perks and advancedments for those who want them.
Chemical Technician (Former Employee) – Buckner, KY – November 12, 2014
Everyday was never the same always fun, different, due to working at various Power plants and chemical plants across Kentucky and the eastern sea board. What I learned is how power is generated, how to set up water blast lines, operate vac trucks, string and line pipes or runs as we called them from 20 feet to up to four stories high, I also learned to be a team player by working with others from all walks of life and learning to push through to get the job done even when I didn't want to or just didn't have the energy to. The only hard part about the job was being on call because you would always have to answer your phone and you could be gone for month at a time and be out of town away from your family. The best part about the job was traveling out of town at times and working in a different setting everyday and doing different jobs because it felt like a new job even though we had to perform the same tasks.
Productive and great work place, co-worker and i got along great
Device Operator, Monitor Operator (Former Employee) – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – October 7, 2014
It was a seasonal job. Worked twelve hours shifts, seven days a week. I learn how to operate the device and monitors that we had to use on a daily bases. Management was great and easy to get a long with. My co-workers made a great working atmosphere. Everybody was easy to get a long with. The hardest part of the job was the training for the devices. The most enjoyable part of the job was the relationship I made with my managers and co-workers.
Underwriter and Quality Control Reviewer - FDIC (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 23, 2014
• Performed all aspects of credit and appraisal analysis on FDIC Residential FHA/VA and Conventional loans working with RR Donnelley Software. Compliance review of all FDIC Residential loans working with Mavent Software. • Reviewed BPO’s, AVM’s and Field Reviews and performed payment history review of each Residential loan. • Tasked with moving to Quality Control Review of FDIC Residential files completed by the underwriters. • Upon completion of the FDIC Residential Due Diligence Project, tasked to the FDIC Commercial Due Diligence Project. • Performed data capture aggregation and analysis on FDIC Commercial Loans working with Convergence – Data Management Software required for FDIC Commercial sale. • Reviewed titles on the Commercial Loans to insure the title was in the correct name.
First of all, Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons has been by far the best law firm I've worked at. I always looked forward in going to work everyday. The people are caring and you really feel like a part of a family there!
When I was in the First Party section, I loved it! It was challenging and I really got to use my brain; I wasn't hooked up to dictation equipment all day. I was given the claim files and pretty much was told to figure it out with very little supervision. I loved getting to work closely with our experts and setting up/coordinating inspections with them. Then, I got to handle all coordinating of mediations and prepare mediation materials for the attorneys. Everything was at their fingertips when they walked into a mediation. It really made me feel good making the attorneys look good.
When all of the claim files went away and settled, I was transferred into a "floater" position within the firm. I really didn't get to use all the skills I learned by being in there. I have so much to offer.