Outreach Specialist - Traveling in the community to other mental health provider supports to exchange information.
Community Outreach Specialist (Former Employee) – San Jose & Palo Alto, CA – August 10, 2018
I enjoyed presenting information to healthcare providers and clients in their communities. I loved making flyers and brochures for distribution, mostly surrounding outside events or celebrations we would share with our clients and County patients.
Great work atmosphere, collaborative efforts and coworkers open to suggestions for program development.
Contract job. I only had two years to provide this type of public relations to our community.
Inspector (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 12, 2017
My 10 years spent with the Department, was both rewarding and informative. I loved my job, and the work that I performed in the community.My only issue in how management conducts agency practices, and lack of job advancement.
Manager Consumer Affairs (Former Employee) – Cerritos, CA – April 13, 2017
The Company is Great to work for, the owners are fantastic to their employee's. Provide outstanding benefits. The hardest part of the employment at this Company was knowing upper management was lazy and didn't want to invest their time and effort into the employee's to make a standard work environment.
Root cause analysis at its best!. I can boldly say that my entire career was based on the exposure of biomedical engineering and medical device applications I encountered at this facility. The hardest part again was Novartis merger.
Consumer affairs - Teen Division (Former Employee) – All over NYC – November 22, 2016
Forced you too sit in a car and just stop at stores and try to get them to sell you tabacoo and if they do, the city fines them or shuts them down. Sometimes makes you work in you neighborhood which is really dangerous.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – February 1, 2016
Constantly learning new info about different departments and what there all about. Always learning new computer skills. Constantly dealing with the public via phone , in person or by mail. Co-workers must pitch in together in order to get an enormous amount of licenses out and back. The hardest part of the job is getting up as are all positions.
I had free parking as I was selected employee of the year for my department.
When som employees don't want to work, play on the computer