Trg Coordinator / HR/Trg Assist II/Admin Assist (Former Employee) – Human Resources – June 21, 2018
A typical day is scheduling training for over 800 employees. I learning the operating budget and how to train Supervisors and Managers. busy. Juggling several training at different locations. See employees getting trained and then promoted.
I'm in charge of overseeing inspections, work order repairs. My day consisted of making sure my team was working in an efficient and safe manner while providing residents with great customer service in a high crime profile area.
BUILDING MONITOR (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – January 23, 2018
I was with this company for 10yrs and this was my first full time job with benefits, the schedule worked for me because I was a single mom of 2, The pay was not the best, the benefits were pretty good.
Engineering Associate II (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – November 29, 2017
A busy and hectic daily requirement in reviewing customer Building Permit Applications. On a slow day, I would see, maybe 30 applications. On a busy day, upwards of 75. Great place to work, but lacked future promotional opportunities.
This position caused me to be isolated most of the time.
Counselor III (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – November 14, 2017
A typical day at work involved doing home visits to inspect housekeeping skills. To do referrals for home healthcare, substance abuse treatment, child abuse and many other concerns. I dealt with any family concerns and issues either in the office or in the home as needed.
Employment Development Specialist (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – November 2, 2017
Great Place to work. Co workers and supervisors are the best. Everyone is passionate about servicing our clients. I get the golden opportunity to work in the community and provide of clients with a life changing experience.
Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 17, 2017
I love the work and benefits but each administration change bought more chaos and back biting. Change is never easy but when there are deceptive practices it instills low morale and a culture of mistrust.
Program Specialist (Former Employee) – HVCP – June 14, 2017
I worked here at two different divisions both had lazy management. High school work culture mentality. Your risking your life in Public Housing and HVCP is stressful with huge case loads and not enough pay.
You learn all you need to know about affordable housing
Supervisor of Operations (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 8, 2017
Housing offered a lot of programs that were needed for workers that didn't have skills to preform the jobs that were needed. A lot of employees were criminals that came from the penial institution and weren't disciplined to supervisors and there were supervisors that were commiting crimes and were supervisors that couldn't supervise. There were the criminals! .
Classes were offered for crew members that wanted to advance.