Place where you work with multicultural co-workers and clients
Employment Specialist/Advocate (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 3, 2013
During my typical work day I check and respond to emails, phone calls, clients' requests, work on case files, search for job opportunities, attend job fairs, visit different companies, do different orientations with clients regarding employment and workforce in the USA, teach and do presentations to the clients in an employment class, assist clients with different job applications and paperwork and hiring process, create job reports, analyze different documents, assist clients with legal issues mostly related to employment and sometimes immigration, provide orientations for clients during the hire process, explain employment benefits, prepare clients for interviews, create resumes, etc.I have learned a lot about different employment requirements,computer/internet use, effective communication, time management, planning etc. I have good professional relationships with my management and co-workers. The hardest part of the job is knowing that it does not provide much opportunities for career growth and salary potentials, and most enjoyable part is very rewarding benefits by knowing that through my work I make positive differences in peoples' life.
Intangible rewards, good team atmosphere
Not good potential for career and salary growth.