Park Manager (Former Employee), Belleview, FL – February 17, 2014
Pros: meeting great people
Cons: no health care or benefits.
Took revenue from tenants for payment of their units. Filled out work orders for repairs and maintenance. Scheduled maintenance to complete tasks. Purchased materials for repairs. My co-workers were fantastic! The tenants are wonderful and colorful people full of life. I enjoyed my interactions with the tenants and making sure the property was held to a high standard of living. The hardest part of the job was being on call 24/7 for all emergencies. The most enjoyable part of the job was the filling of accomplishment when making the tenants happy.
Pros: diversity an willingness to help was prevalent
Cons: sometimes no extra shifts available
A typical work day involved helping residents and helping them enjoy the nice weather when possible and other group social activities. Sometimes I would be tasked with assisting with outside appointments which was very rewarding knowing I made a difference by helping someone. Working with my coworkers was another enjoyment that I miss. We would always work as a team when needed to provide resident care. I don't recall any area of the job being the hardest because the staff's team work to make sure the residents received the best care. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the residents happy and smiling.
the members were wonderful and management loved everyone
Self Employed (Former Employee), Talladega, AL – April 3, 2013
Pros: laid back
Cons: higher up mamagment
helping the members with all their needs and putting a smile on the face of the person you were helping. Nobody is perfect is what I learned there. Management on the lower levels were great but on the higher up they were better than anybody made it look split place of business. the Co-workers were very nice and friendly willing to help you with anything. Hardest part of the job was making sure you had exactly what you were supposed to everyday. I enjoyed helping the older members with anything they did not understand or what ever it was they needed.
Night Watchmen (Former Employee), Paris, KY – July 24, 2012
Pros: worked alone and took breaks if i had down time
Cons: often boring and sometimes hard to keep myself awake
A typical night at work would include watering the horse and making sure they had water all through the night. If a mare went into labor I was needed to make sure everything was going smooth and if it went wrong i would have to go in the stall and help with delivery and/or call the vet. I worked alone so I had no other co-workers. At this job i learned how to deliver and care for foals while also giving occasonal vet assistance.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – June 13, 2012
Always had to rummage around for supplies, paperwork for units was very unorganized. The hardest part of the job was when I found out that their were 2 patients there the age of my youngest daughter. All night shift nurses helped each other.