Diagnostic Imaging Technologist (Current Employee), San Antonio, TX – December 5, 2013
The place has downsized from a level 1 trauma to a outpatient clinic. I've been working there since 2007, so I've seen a drastic change in the workload in CT. In order to keep things running, there are always rules changing at the drop of a dime.
Stable career choice with acceptional educational, and medical benefits.
Vehicle Management and Analysis Journeyman (Former Employee), Barksdale AFB, LA – December 5, 2013
A typical work day would consist of working. I learned a lot. Management was good, I got along with most of my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was cleaning up the shop. The most enjoyable part of the job was most days were short.
Production Controller (Current Employee), March AFB, CA – December 5, 2013
Pros: picnic, christmas party and tours
Cons: money issues: no money to get related business done.
on a typical day at work, I work as scheduler loading mission into generated computer system for aircraft flying mission, of course under supervision guidelines. Together with others coworker we make it more interesting place helping each other achieve their goals. The hardest part of the job is to work on unscheduled mission, this is where all your – more... critical thinking has to come out, and it comes out with stress and frustrations. However, it doesn't happens quite often. on the other hand the best part of the job is when everybody is fully trained and everyone know how to do a particular task. – less
Being Apart Of The Air Force Was A Great Experience
Radio Communications Operator (Former Employee), Andrews AFB, MD – December 4, 2013
Pros: healthy working hours, 2 hour lunch breaks where great
Cons: the pay was never that great
Radio Operator • Operated air-to-ground high frequency command and control communications assets. • Ensured Department of Defense air crafts, ships, and ground agencies are provided rapid, reliable and high quality communications support on a continuous basis. • Utilized the Mystic Star Remote Console Equipment which provided high frequency satellite – more... communications support to the President, Vice President, Secretary of state, and Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff (CJCS), Cabinet Members, and members of Congress. • Disseminated high precedence emergency action messages security procedures. • Provided phone patch service between aircraft and requested ground agencies. • Maintained position logs when required. • Operated Andrews Centralized Net Control Station (CNCS) Scope Command Equipment – less
Armament Systems Team Supervisor (Current Employee), Ellsworth AFB, SD – December 4, 2013
The United States Air Force allows individuals the opportunities to travel around the world and progress in their career field. I learned invaluable leadership and teamwork skills by working in various global locations with diverse individuals.
Nutritional Medicine Superintendent (Former Employee), Hampton, VA – December 4, 2013
Pros: 30 days of vacation per year. retirement after 20 years of service.
Cons: deployments/support. being seprated from family during training/deployments.
A typical day consisted of meetings with staff and hospital commanders. Crisis management was a part of the day to day operation. I learned that employees and co-workers will give you a 100% as a manager if you have eared their trust and respect. Managing any operation takes a great deal of patience and hard work. I enjoyed working with my co-workers, – more... they made the day to day grind easier to deal with. The hardest part of the job was counseling personnel to keep them on the right path and holding them accountable for their actions. The most rewarding part of the job was seeing my airmen get promoted and watching them grow into successful Air Force members. – less
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CUSTOMER SERVICE TECHNICIAN (Current Employee), Eielson AFB, AK – December 4, 2013
My typical work day and learning experience included: • Greet and assist visitors to the front counter and provide customer service to military members, DoD Civilians, and outside agencies • Answer phones, screen and access calls, respond to external and internal customers • Prepare training and informational workshop materials and conduct workshop – more... presentations • Maintain and update office calendar, office filing system, and tracking records • Sort and distribute postal and electronic communication to appropriate agencies • Order and track workplace office supplies and purchases • Train new employees on policies, procedures and work duties to ensure smooth transition in a fast-paced work environment
I learned positive and negative skills from my management and co-workers, but grew as a person overall.
The hardest part of my job was not being able to speak up or disagree when something was ethically wrong or questionable. The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to help people with their finance and be able to put a smile on their face. – less