Payroll Manager (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 13, 2016
WHPacific is a professional services company that is Alaskan Native owned. This has been a wonderful learning experience for me. They have some really great employees and working for them has been a pleasure.
Ability to work from home when needed. Wonderful people to work with.
Moved finance office to Portland OR so my job went away.
Outstanding company to work with, feels like "family".
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – March 16, 2015
The Administrative Assistant performs general administrative duties to support all departments of an architecture & engineering firm. This position is also the first point of contact for clients, vendors, and visitors.
I learned how to provide excellent customer service, internal and external, through professional and courteous interpersonal communication.
Management is approachable and has an open-door policy, takes criticism well, and is open to ideas.
Co-workers are supportive and friendly, no one ever is made to feel left out or beneath anyone.
The hardest part of the job is to function effectively amid quickly changing priorities and the ability to multi-task with frequent interruptions.
The most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with employees, clients, vendors, and visitors - getting to be the "Face" of the company, if you will, as it the first friendly and cheerful face everyone sees upon entering.
Comradery, Team building, Socials, Outings, Free Lunches
Unbelievably, none! If I hadn't married and moved to the UK, I would still be there.
Quality Assurance Construction Observer (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – March 11, 2015
Better than average Upper Management support for remote workers not able to come to the Office. Office manager is very supportive & is always inquiring as to what I may need to make and do my job better.
Senior Survey Party Chief (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – March 6, 2015
Good work when they have work. Upper management resign a lot. And so on and so on. A lot of work in remote areas. Lots of walking in the mud, and or traffic, 10+ hour days, no home live, good coworkers