Pool Attendant (Former Employee) – New Haven, MI – April 25, 2018
As a pool attendant, the job wasn't bad. Part time, temporary for the summer with set hours. Nice to be able to socialize with fellow residents while working. Makes it very homey and community driven. However, once management changed, everything did. No set hours so it was hard to plan your own summer fun. Management knowingly let others milk the clock and not take the same responsibilities as everyone else. Same pay for everyone, but not the same work load for everyone. They considered the extra hours that some people worked to keep the pool cleaned as their compensation for doing the more responsible work. Management also sucked as park managers.
Placement &Utilization Support Coordinator (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 25, 2017
This is a wonderful place to work if you have advocates. Without a mentor who will assist in guiding your career you may end up stuck in a particular role or department. Other than that the people are great and it's very professional.
Assisted Medicaid Coordinator (Former Employee) – Manhattan, moved back to Brooklyn Office – February 12, 2017
Worked for this company 18 months as a Temp Employee, thought that I was going to get hired after 90 days. Did not happened Management kept giving the run around. Every 90 days they kept extending my contract. This has happened to most employees that have started with this company. Unless you know are good friends with the Vice President of the Company she would get her friends children directly into the job openings that became available. Like any other day at a job. You do your job and complete it. They only saw their friends children that they wanted to hire. But not regular people that worked because they really need to support their children. But I guess this was the hardest part of the job...
Program Manager (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – March 3, 2016
I feel that i have developed a strong team of staff and that we have bonded and work extremely work well together. I work a typical 8-9 hour day. I have learned how the company works and am very have a good insight to the homeless population as well as resources. The hardest part of the job is not always being able to provide the services the client needs, as the community is limited on resources.The enjoyable part of the ob is my staff and all of the clients we have helped.
Parent Support Partner (Former Employee) – Plainfield, NJ – August 30, 2015
Through out the school year I help run a Kids Club. (Free to the Community) The children were picked up, snacks were handed out, helped with planned activities and homework. On days school was out I would do office work. Retrieved all voice mail and called everyone back in the order the message was received. With that I would try to help as many families as possible.
A great company to work for a franchise of Elderplan
New Enrollment Specialist (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 29, 2014
My Day started at 9 am and I handled New Enrollment coordination. I had to make sure all our new members had a Nurse Health Partner, A car service and a Personal Care worker or a Home Health aide. I also had to ensure that they had the correct number of hours of service for their worker. I also had to set up all new member's with a DME vendor to make sure they continued to receive any items they needed such as Adult diapers, Wheelchairs, canes and any other necessary accessories. The flip side to this I also was responsible for cancelling services for members who left the program for any reason. With that I had to end all services, have all equipment returned. I liked this job because the seniors were always very appreciative of all my hard work.
Free Coffee in Break room and working lunches
Short break, sometimes no lunch and no room for growth all moves were lateral