Residential Counselor (Current Employee) – Langhorne, PA – November 17, 2015
A typical day at work is coming in ready prepared smiling laughing while experiencing the many changes of everyday daily lifestyle activities. I learned not just to talk but to listen while working amongst my fellow co- workers and with management. The hardest part of the job are the challenges, the positive influences, and reinforcements make it the most enjoyable.
I worked in every department over the past 8 years.
operator/foreman on gang rip saw (Former Employee) – 985 Superior Ave Chambersburg Pa – March 10, 2015
The Woods Company was a reclaimer's dream job. Taking old and often discarded building materials and turning them into works of art and customer satisfaction. We had slow times with little or no work but the experience is one I will always draw good memories and experiences worth passing along. Thank You Barry and the whole company.
paid vacation and holidays. health benefits and the opportunity to learn new skills.
CNA/RESIDENTIAL COUNSELOR (Current Employee) – Langhorne, PA – May 25, 2014
I LOVE WORKING WITH WOODS' CLIENTS AND THEIR STAFF. MY, ALMOST 7 YEARS AT WOODS, HAS BEEN FUN. I GET ALONG WITH THE CLIENTS AND STAFF VERY WELL, TO THE EXTENT THAT, MY ABSENCE SOMETIMES CREATES SOME EMBARASSMENT TO BOTH STAFF MEMBERS AND CLIENTS
Residential Counselor (Former Employee) – Langhorne, PA – March 5, 2014
Counseling and supervising clients in their daily routine. Helping them in daily grooming and meals. cleaning and taking them to daily residential activities. Having contact with clients parents or guardians on their daily progress,. Management was very professional as were a majority of the co workers. The hardest part of the employ was switching to different clients daily. The most enjoyable is seeing that your work as a counselor benefits the client and seeing their growth in personal independence.
Friendly, lots of team work and a successful company
Collection Specialist (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – October 28, 2013
A typical work day for Woods, Oviatt, Gilman would be collecting on delinquent accounts with a set goal that is individualized for every staff to meet, Inbound/Outbound calls, payment arrangements, payments in the form of ACH and/or debit/credit card. Also every collection staff had to multi-task while assisting a consumer by phone while navigating through the computer system and Skip tracing to find a consumer.
flexible schedule, productive and lots of team work
breaks limited to only lunch and no job security/stability