Medical Biller Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 16, 2015
My days consisted of reviewing doctor sessions and verifying to be put on a medical manager system online.
I learned a lot about detail, reading through various handwriting and checking for any error on submitted reviews.
Management was on point, everyone would come into the office at a timely fashion and start work. They all had assigned work and if anything was needed, I would be glad to help if I was not under much work load.
I enjoyed being a part of such a great organization. I worked for the early intervention section which gave me perspective of all the children and familes in need of coverage and professional help. It made me so pleased to see how many helping hands were there; it was truly rewarding to make certain sessions can be verified and insurance calls can be made out to the families.
lenient lunch breaks, ability to work in peace and efficiently
Senior Center (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 31, 2012
A typical day at work very Challenging, I deal with a lot of different personalities from Older Adults (Senior citizen). Most are good and some bad. I've learn alot of different cultures and languages (not fluently of course). With management and co-workers wroking as a team it all comes together with no worries at the end of a shift. Sometimes the hardest part of my job is if one my clients is injured needing medical attention, when there is so little to do when looking at someone in pain. The best part of my job is when at the end of the day I know I helped someone in need
On a typical day I would arrive and meet with the programs manager to discuss which clients we will be meeting with today. I would take a couple trips to the shelters to meet with clients as well as meet with clients and landlords to discuss the lease. I have learned about many of the problems that may lead an individual to become homeless as well as the obstacles that need to be passed in order to find a new home. The hardest part is finding new landlords who are willing to accept individuals who may have a record, evictions, or utility debt. The most enjoyable aspect of the job is move out day for clients who have signed a lease on a new home. The management and coworkers are easy to get along with and are always willing to provide learning opportunities.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 23, 2012
University Settlement is a great place to work. The people are friendly and the benefits are competitive. The work environment provides a sense of purpose to creating a true community feel. However within each program there is little room for growth and you can possibly end up in a silo.
working with wonderful families, relaxed work environment
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 21, 2015
A typical day for me at work is paperwork and lunch counts. My co workers make my day and the most hardest part of my job is getting surprise visits from DOE and/or DYCD. The most enjoyable part of my day is the children. Seeing them playing and enjoying their time in after school.
Children's Intensive Case Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 3, 2013
I enjoy my job because I like what I do. I am in the field most of the day visiting clients and advocating related services for their well being. I like the flexibility that comes with the job. I get along well with all colleagues and administrative staff. We have staff meeting and supervision bi-weekly. The hardest part of the job is dealing with non compliant client's. Overall I have developed a good rapport with everyone on my caseload and other service providers as well. I am seeking change because I no longer wish to do field work as I have been doing this for over ten years.
Fun and safe environment with a chance to interact with children
Senior Group Leader (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 25, 2012
The most enjoyable part about the job is watching the progress the children make while the hardest part might as well be finding a way to reach all the children. Its an almost family oriented setting between co-workers and management. Two things this job teaches you is patience and leadership. A typical day at work entails feeding the children supper followed by homework help and then ending the day with team building activities.
Group Leader/K-5th Grade (Former Employee) – Brooklyn NY – October 24, 2012
A typical day at work is taking the kids to supper, then go over lession plans, Play games, and then assist children with home-work. Through out this experienceI i learn how to deal with kids of different ages and how to be better at what I do.Management was very fair, My co-worker was very very helpful and was always there to assist you in whatever you are not comfortable with the hardest part of my job was leaving , I enjoyed every day spent with those kids.
Volunteer and Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – January 14, 2015
Receptionist for main office and satellite site location; greeted visitors and directed them to destination Completed intake for food pantry services Assisted with holiday and events planning Maintained agency events calendars Answering phones and transferring calls accordingly Assisted program clients with finding and accessing community services
Administrative Assistant (Temp.) (Former Employee) – New York City – November 7, 2014
I truly loved working at this job. I love reaching out to my clients and informing them about the classes we were about to have the following week and setting up the menu for that day. Great job, didn't like the fact that it had to end.
Great place to work. My position was as a consultant.
Computer Specialist (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – February 20, 2013
The environment was very relaxed and family oriented. The staff consisted of college students and everyone worked well together. The company did a lot of social responsibility events for the urban community where their office is located. Alll employees contributed their time and talents beyond the call of du ty.