Client Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 23, 2013
Managers understand that Houston traffic is unpredictable so most are quite lenient when it comes to being at your desk ready to work at a specified time. All IT groups operate independently, but rely on each other for available resources and for coordination of deployments and maintenance. Personality differences can become a strain but at the end of the day everyone is just interested in doing the best they can for their assigned tasks. Learning all the different IT groups and their various responsibilities can be overwhelming to a newcomer, but it is also the key to successfully resolving customer issues.
Challenging, fast-paced and interesting, excellent benefits
Few telecommuting options, large variety of customers and needs, coping with stressed customers
Professional environment with the feel of a small hometown.
Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 3, 2013
I have never had the pleasure of working in such a down-to-earth setting. Everyone is a top notch professional who knows how to break out the welcome wagon. From top management to the newest recruit, there is a consistent flow of expertise and open arms. Team work is not fair enough of a word to describe how we function as one unit. There is always important work governed by deadlines and particular procedures that must be carried out but they have managed to create a system that ensures all tasks are completed.
Medical Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 14, 2013
A typical day at UT Health Center consisted of intense amount of work; exceptionally busy. Company is more political; state operated and long term employees reap the benefits. Overall, enjoyed working with university faculty/pathologists.
I truly enjoyed this job because I got an opportunity to create new ways to make new hire's first week of transition into the position go a lot more smoother. I was given opportunities to assist with new projects and to complete them faster than the goal was set for. This was a job I loved to come to everyday. I got to meet so pretty awesome people who took me under their wing and taught me a lot. Don't get me wrong it wasn't always peaches and cream but overall I would still say this was a job that gave me fulfillment, i just wish that the job assignment would have lasted longer.
Community Health Worker / Promotora (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 14, 2014
As a CHW I work closely with the Edgewood Community to promote awareness regarding Diabetes and self care; I’m responsible for in home training/follow up as well as performing initial home visits, clinic and hospital visits as needed to ensure diabetes awareness and self care. Serve as a liaison between client & partner agencies; UT Health Science Center, UHS Hospital and Brady Green Clinic. I work closely with each department to develop a plan to promote wellness and better living to patients living with Diabetes. I help with community projects and health fairs to help promote wellness and better living. I assist with other duties and special projects as assigned.
UT-HSC is the same as University of Texas Health Science Center
Clinical Study Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – July 5, 2013
UT-HSC was experiencing a transitionsal phase in the life of their "Clinical Research deparment". The UT-HSC has a verywell develped BioMecial Device releated department. THe objective of the UT-HSC is to become a reknonw teaching univesrsity and residency destinatoin for doctors, with particular intetest toward those of Intenal Medicine, as well as, Gerontolgy. The school is well guided and well fiunded.
The expansions oif the Clinical Research depoartment inclued the areas of pumonary, cardiovaculsar, cysitc fibrosis and onclogy.
THe transitional state has left occasional times to be wanting with regard to manageriala efficiency, patience and empahty.
Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 20, 2013
I love the people I work with, their great and we have team work. The hardest part of my job is that I work with cancer patients and you become close and get to know your patients. The most enjoyable part of my job I love is that I get to share another wonderful beautiful day with my patients and see them smile. A typical day a work is normally busy but I don't mind at because i'm their for the support and to help my patients.