Assisting clients with quality of life improvement
PERSONAL SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE/CASEWORKER (Former Employee), Houston, TX – October 28, 2014
Pros: friendly staff, helping others
Work involved setting up clients with different government assistance programs, making sure clients are in compliance with the program guidelines, assisting clients with job leads, and assisting clients with career training, educational, and job-related expenses. Also recruited individuals and referred them to employers. I learned effective planning – more... strategies recruitment techniques. Learned how to identify goals, work experience, and summarizing those skills to direct candidates to their respective career. Staff was helpful and enjoyable to work with. The most difficult part of the job was learning and memorizing the different programs in a short time. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping others and being apart of their journey to improving their lives. – less
Team Member (Former Employee), Farmington, MO – February 26, 2014
Workforce was a temp agency. they would place yo in jobs when one would come available. i worked several different places while i was employed through them. i learned to to worked in an assembly line from both places. along with learning more about quality and quantity of shipments. i also learned how to pick out defects on our products.
We have a break room that is very nice and you can stay in the building when the weather is bad.
Career Specialist (Current Employee), Pampa, TX – January 15, 2014
Pros: a lot of support from co workers.
Cons: a lot of driving.
I am a roving Case Manager and some days I am in the Amarillo Office and some days I am in the field. This job has been a blessing except for the fact that I am on the rode so much. Somedays I do not mind it, but when the weather is bad it is a little stressful. I don like to help people to try and become self sufficient and I am able to do that with – more... this job. – less