o Assist with the development of program plans which include: Scope, Schedule, Cost, Quality, Organization, Communication, Staffing, Risk and Issue management o Consolidate weekly status reports to summarize progress, issues and risks o Manage the successful initiation, execution and completion of project solutions o Provide training for project team members as needed (templates, process, etc.) o Gain approvals, sign offs and managing the repository for all program documentation o Manage the integrated project schedules using Microsoft Project o Develop program status reports, presentation and documentation for various levels of leadership using multiple application software o Facilitate project communication among all project team members including network engineers and data center o Implement and manage a Change Control process and updating program plans based on approved changes o Analyze and escalate project issues and risks o Create multiple Project Charter, Scope Management Plan & Communication Plan o Monitor actual program hours and costs against the program estimates and actuals o Monitor and maintain project budgets o Coordinate the mitigation/resolution of program/project risk issues, risks, decisions, and action items via the RAID log o Facilitate and document program/project team meetings utilizing conference bridges and WebEx tools o Overseeing preparation of meeting agendas and meeting minutes o Support and assist with documentation and meetings supporting the project update o Support the project close out and lesson learned activities Coordinatemore... and facilitate JAD sessionsless
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Dublin, OH – March 24, 2019
Even though cardinal is a large organization, they are very culture oriented. Ability to move around for new opportunities, groups and communities for employees from all parts of the business to get involved. Only left to relocate closer to family.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lewisville, TX – March 23, 2019
Favoritism and unfair treatment galore. One of the program managers has salacious allegations made against them with multiple people corroborating and history of documented insubordinate behavior with no consequence. Insubordination is rewarded IF certain members of leadership like the person. Benefiting from failure and inappropriate conduct have largely been dependent upon skin color. This location does NOT espouse the values expressed by Cardinal Health corporate.
Customer Care Coordination (Former Employee) – Sherwood, AR – March 22, 2019
Its a great place to work! Stress free environment, no drama. Management is great they have open door policies, their always willing to help u advance and grow. the most enjoyable part of working at Cardinal health is very body is so willing to help each other, they love to make each and every empolyee day be the best. Management comes by everybody desk to make their day brighter. they value each and every one of their employes. Its almost like everybody is family regradless of race and skin color.
they provide lunches and breakfast, and do give aways.
If you want a life outside of work, then this place is not for you... No one is allowed to leave until everyone is done picking. There were people who deliberately took their time so they would get help at the end of the shift and nothing was ever said to them about it and worked the same amount of hours with less work done. But on the other hand, if you like very long hours this place is definitely for you.
free lunches and dinners at times
too many hours to work in one day and not allowed to rest unless on break
AR (Former Employee) – La Vergne, TN – March 20, 2019
Lots of favoritism, backstabbing, and discrimination. No one gets treated the same. Major lack of communication and support. Management often not around. Lots of upset clients and customers. Only way to even move up is to know people or have friends. Training is very misleading.
Some plants are well manage and some horrible management. some plants respect employees and customers equally but some plants ignore employees feeling and only focus on customers service!! Some plants manage day off for Christmas Eve and the day after thanksgiving but some plants never care and respect employees feelings!!!
Swedesboro Part Time Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Swedesboro, NJ – March 20, 2019
I worked part time for 5 years. There was never any down time meaning the days never dragged. It did require extensive physical labor that I felt was a positive aspect as it helped keep me in shape. The workers there were all nice and I really liked all of my bosses.
Production assistant (Former Employee) – Woodstock, IL – March 20, 2019
It was a temporary job for me because I was waiting to try to get into Saint Alexius which is now Amita , my task at hand was to get to take stuff off the conveyor belt product of a conveyor belt and put them in a box and ship them out .
wharehouse worker (Current Employee) – Montgomery, NY – March 19, 2019
Extremely busy. If you have kids this is not the place to work. your told your job is one way and the next day it changes. They expect you to do everything for a cheap price. The workers are great, but management is terrible. Your voice never matters.
QIC (Current Employee) – Waukegan, IL – March 19, 2019
Only good thing about the job is the pay, benefits few good employees. If you looking for a team and positive work atmosphere don't apply. They don't train you Properly and tryin to learn new things are confusing very disorganized hrs are horrible most people work 10+ hrs days and look like zombies from all the workload. QIC department is not as bad but still not a team atmosphere or positive vibes. Best advice if you need experience in warehouse stay for a bit but I wouldnt recommend making it a long term career.
Liaison between client and customer (Former Employee) – LaVergne, Tennessee – March 19, 2019
They are desperately in need of skilled workers. They are growing faster than they can keep up with and will often overload employees. There are many opportunities to advance, but because of the high turnover rate, they don't have much to choose from. The result is they have many people in leadership that truly aren't qualified for the role.
Excellent benefits, company activities, great mission of helping others
Leadership is often unavailable, little guidance for issues that arise, too many meetings that detract from productivity.
Patient Support Specialist - Oncology (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – March 18, 2019
As a contractor the balance between departments did not exist unless you enforced it. Management did not enforce the collaboration even when you provided proof of the need. Although I had push back I showed the importance by being consistent.
WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – March 18, 2019
no time for life outside of this place and you have to kiss up to management to even have a chance to move up. The management just sends you around in circles and when you ask a question, almost nobody wants to teach you or help.
It was a nice environment to work with. They has a fun place like pin pong and basket ball curt.
Receiving Associate (Current Employee) – Buford, GA – March 17, 2019
They makes you work more than your earning. The facility has a poor management, putting all the Blame on the employees.I think The company fit more to those close to their retirement because of their good benefit.