Telecommunication (911 Operator) (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – June 29, 2018
Dispatch is very fast past. You have to be able to handle a large volume of calls and some callers are uncooperative. Co workers and supervisors are helpful for the most part, but they are also handling calls and handling admin duties.
I learned that teamwork is absolutely necessary in order to accomplish the job tasks. Critical thinking and decisive action was required - I appreciate learning these skill. I enjoyed the manual labor and opportunities to help my teammates.
Fast-paced, lack of management, and poor guidelines led to me being released due to a false charge. Then later arrested for this false charge. Case currently pending in court. Learned that the management only cares about themselves. A typical day there was to clean the facility and many various other jobs tasked for that day, being the only person in that department when there should have been 4. The hardest part of the job was to avoid the contact with inmates when that was all we worked around. The enjoyable part was that it was something that I really wanted to do.
work with fellow officers that don't care about the job
High performing government that sets a high standard for its employees and rewards them in creative manners when demonstrated.
Deputy Director of Contracts and Procurement (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – November 15, 2015
An Awesome place to work. Leadership cares about staff. Leadership leads by example. Leadership sets a high standard, and supports staff with meeting these standards. Staff are very supportive of each other. Demands are reasonable, and work balance is supported. Positive environment.....
Personal Assistant (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – January 12, 2015
This was a summer job that thoroughly enjoyed, I learned a lot of clerical and secretary skills. My manager was very friendly as well as my coworkers. The job was overall pretty easy and I enjoyed dressing up the most!
Guardian Ad Litem (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC – July 30, 2013
The GAL program is one of the best programs ever developed to help at need and in distress children. In spite of high case load, and grueling Court days and hours, these people stayed upbeat and positive and were great at motivating and keeping Guardians positive about our work..
Best program the State has in place
Not enough Guardians for the caseload-people dont like volunteering
This was my internship directly after college. I spent most of everyday in the copy room, copying 20 years worth of old septic tank files. I would periodically get to a computer and attach those files to parcel data using GIS.
Beneficiary Services Representative (PEBLO) (Current Employee) – 628th Medical Group – May 26, 2012
a typical work day fro me changes from day to day. My job is based on a case by case day. I am not supervised but do have in house supervision. my co-workers are friendly and very fmaily oriented. The hardest part of my job is having soldiers leave without enough benefits to live off of once they transition into the civilian world. The best part is helping the soldiers to transition over and become self sufficient.
no insurance benefits
room for growth, great management, and professional atmosphere