The job is very informative both for the customer and yourself. Just going day to day its rather hectic most of the time, whether its the amount of calls waiting or if there is a new promotion, test groups etc. Management tries their best to work with you if something happens both at work and or at home. Most difficult thing about the job is the screenings/services provided, having to know the what, where, who, why, and when of all the screenings and on top of that, connecting those screenings to the people interested in them. The work environment itself is nice and upbeat. Most enjoyable part of the job is hearing a story from a customer about how it was those services that helped save their life. If before then you didn't see/feel the impact of Life Line Screening's services on customers, you definitely do after then.
chances to grow from within, OT opportunities, useful information not just for the job but for yourself.
short breaks, high demand on calls, inconsistent computer system.