Outstanding Place to work/Work was taken seriously
Correspondence Assistant (Former Employee), Washington, DC – February 13, 2013
Pros: job security
Cons: no cons
Good people, very hard working. learned how to prioritize daily tasks. co-workers where great and helpful. meeting deadlines was the hardest part of the job. Most enjoyable part of the job was the comradery.
Very prosuctive workplace sometimes it's too busy, but worthwhile and rewarding.
PH Analyst (Current Employee), Washington, DC – January 24, 2013
Pros: leave and automatic increases
Cons: flexibility in particular offices and some management with no people skills
This is a very good agency to work for especially if you have a passion for helping others; however, it depends on what office you work for and what supervisor you end of having. The office has a great mission and I very much enjoy working in the office that I work in, but the management makes it hard to continue in that momentum and provide the kind – more... of flexibility that is sometimes needed. Discord and problem solving is an issue as well as communication within the office. Overall it's a good place to work you make a good salary, have good benefits, and leave, but you have to weigh weather peace of mind is more important than a good salary.The best part of the job is being able to provide help where it is needed in the communities. I have learned that there is much needed help that should go directly to communities with populations of color and there is a lot of outreach needed there as well. – less
Intern (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – August 11, 2012
Excellent learning experience. Was able to work closely with my preceptor to hammer out the issues surrounding PTSD in adults, children, and adolescents who have been affected by natural and/or man made disasters.