House Staff/Direct Care Worker (Former Employee) – Williamsport, PA – December 16, 2017
A typical day at work gets the report from last shift.I get residence ready for school by giving showers, getting residence dressed prepared breakfast giving residence the prepare meds after driving residence in an 8 passenger disability van to school. About four hours later due to split shifts I would pick residence up from school prepare dinner with special diets give residence there meds log it in the med log after dinner give residence showers and prepare them for bed
Member Service Rep (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – May 29, 2018
Every job has it's pros and cons, it's all about what you make of it. I have always worked on jobs that gave at least yearly raises. This particular establishment doesn't, which in return causes a low morale for the company.
Habilitation Staff (Former Employee) – Williamsport, PA – October 26, 2015
I absolutely loved the individuals I took care of but the managers were terrible, at least at north loyalsock. I would go in, get the individuals ready for bed and then do paperwork or clean all night. I was there overnight incase the individuals would need anything.
Collections Officer (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – March 3, 2015
On a typical day, I performed many duties: handled all calls from members regarding there accounts, handle all bankruptcy issues, file legal suits, attend court hearings and proceedings, handled title issues, skip traces, process total loss claims, process gap/warranty claims, submit docs to legal for probate, assist with commercial and mortgage accounts, handled foreclosing proceedings with assistance from attorneys. Assist branches with member negative share accounts and handled all research for the consumer side of the credit union. All duties were done and completed with the credit union in Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee.
Family oriented company atmosphere and flexibility
Excellent opportunity to help individuals with financial problems
Homeowner Counselor (Former Employee) – Gulfport, MS – March 6, 2013
Met with clients facing foreclosure or experiencing other difficulties with finances. Assisted individuals with any kind of state offered programs that was revelent to their needs at the time. I was trained as a HUD certified counselor, still active and current. The training was very adequate to handle the job. Poor leadership of management who relied on emotional rather than professional decisions often created chaos.
I enjoyed my work and found comfort and pleasure in assisting people in need. I sincerely regret my being relieved of my job in April 2012. I filed an EEOC complaint pointing out the prejudices and inconsistences and expectations of the various workers in our small office.
The office closed its doors recently after serving the people on the Gulf Coast for seven years. .
the wonderful employees that we interacted with in the credit union offices in three other states
poor leadership in administering federal dollars, and hud grants to assist clients in all 50 states.