Senior Case Manager, Court Liaison, Advocate (Former Employee) – Hempstead, NY – November 25, 2012
I would start in court with clients or do intake and interviews at the Nassau County Correctional Facility. Then back to the office as the program's case manager to handle the many difficulties my clients would experience.
I would prepare court reports for the following day, help clients with social service issues, medical insurance issues, treatment issues for either mental health or substance abuse treatment and I would speak to Probation and Parole Officers regarding client progress.
I was also responsible for performing toxicologies on all clients and making inpatient and outpatient arrangements for treatment. I had dual responsibilities as the Senior Case Manager and Court Liaison for the program.
I also kept statistical records on clients and many of the details required by our funding sources. I prepared quarterly and annual statistical reports required by New York State, Department of Social Services, Department of Probation and the Department of Criminal Justice.
Friendly work environment, but short staffed and stressing.
SCOPE Administrative Specialist (Current Employee) – Central Islip, NY – June 5, 2019
The work environment at EAC is extremely friendly. Coworkers are very accepting to new employees. Due to being a non-profit agency, the departments tend to be slightly understaffed for the work that is needed. Employees are heavily relied on and work can become very stressful, especially for part time employees who have limited time to get basic, every day tasks completed.
if you are starting in the hvac trade small company like that will give you exp. it is a good starting point and a addition to your resume' but the training is not there it really depends on who you work with. most leads there will treat as a helper and nothing else. not willing to explain the trade to you at all you will be the go fer person get me this get me that. but you are working in very large and high end houses it just is all left up to you to learn any way possible. again it is a starting point in your career no advancement no training courses so don't have high expectations.