Entry Level or Temporary Job mentality needed to apply
Health Information Analyst (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 12, 2019
As a veteran in the job with nearing 10 years of experience, this company takeover proved to be the most daunting within my time there. Don't be fooled by the company name change, the same organizational flub and lack for standards and practices are still present.
Typical work day was spent on answering questions from 5+ different supervisors that were not meant for a subordinate. Recommend a team environment so you have someone on same level to fallback on, as the hardest part of the job was trying to complete it within the allocation of hours in the day.
Workplace culture was difficult as everyone is a contract employee with different companies, or if within R1, difficult to establish communications with an officer within your region. HR is not likely in based in your region where you apply, which is difficult to make changes or ask questions.
Turn around is high, so plan for this to be a temporary job with benefits.
benefits, salary is ok for entry level
Lack of Transparency, no development, unorganized, who is my boss?