Associate Technical Writer (Current Employee), Teleworker – April 11, 2014
- A typical day at work: I would start by checking emails and review my list of priorities; next I'd dive into which ever assignments were delegated to me - What I have learned: I learned everything I know in regards to Section 508 while in this position, a lot of instructional design methods, and how to best manage my tim - Management: I have great – more... supervisors who take the time to make sure I have the work I need throughout the month (as we're assigned month hours based on projects) -My co-workers: I work with a wonderful team who is very knowledgeable and kind - they take the steps needed to communicate effectively and ensure project goals are met - The hardest part of the job: Balancing a heavy work load and prioritizing tasks - The most enjoyable part of the job: Working with the teams I was assigned to - truly top notch individuals – less
Contract position in Jacksonville, Fl supporting FDIC to manage banking crisis that started in 2008. Now that banking industry is stabilized, office is no longer needed and will close in second quarter of 2014..
Senior Subcontract Manager (Current Employee), Arlington, VA – March 16, 2014
Pros: flexible work schedule but they work you to death
Cons: no advancement, no career path
All they care about is the bottom line. I had the boss from hell who had an office 10 yards from mine, and it was something out of a Dilbert comic strip. I met with my boss face to face about 2 hours total in a 2 year period. I was nothing but a body being used and abused, I worked insane hours, but on 50 lbs in 3 years and never took a vacation. My – more... boss could not care less. I would tell my friends to run as far as they can from this company. – less
Provide Asset and License management services to our customers
CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST (Current Employee), Fairfax, VA – March 4, 2014
In a fast paced and dynamic environment I ensure our customers need are meet by providing excellent customer service, meticulous record keeping and high quality and professional Asset and License Management services.
Program Advisor (Current Employee), Tampa Fl – January 29, 2014
• Provided subject-matter knowledge, technical and/or execution assistance, and junior to mid-level consultation for a program to assist in achieving successful performance consistent with contractual agreements and company guidelines. • Assisted in acquiring follow-on business associated with assigned programs through support to and analysis of on-going – more... execution, providing recommendations for improvement. • Planed and organized program activities and analysis and performs professional and technical work related to program management. • Planned, organized, completed, and presented assessments of program management concepts, analysis, studies. • Evaluated project implications of existing and proposed program process and recommended improvements. • Researches, analyzes, writes, edits, and proofreads technical data for use in documents or sections of documents such as manuals, procedures, and specifications. Performs these functions for proposals, software development projects and energy/environmental projects. • Ensures technical documentation is accurate, complete, meets editorial and government specifications, and adheres to standards for quality, graphics, coverage, format, and style. • Activated applicants in the system, tracks data, helped develop and implement internal job fairs, and helped senior team members with the employee placement process. • Performed in a specific area of administration/professional human resource functions such as recruitment, compensation, employee relations, training and development. • Planned, organized, and managed projects (or series of smaller projects/task orders of a larger program) for successful performance consistent with contractual agreements. • Supported deliverable tracking and management reporting. Acquires follow-on business associated with assigned projects and supports new business development by leading or assisting with proposals. – less
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – January 28, 2014
Pros: time flexibiltiy
Cons: staff and management
I come in and sit and wait for customer to come in wanting to sign up for health insurance through The Health Insurance Marketplace. Once they do come in we go through the application process and once we finish I let them know what credit they get, if any, towards their health insurance monthly premium. I print out their results and any information – more... they request about their results and health plans and either enroll them into a health plan if they want or give them the instructions on how to enroll from home if they are undecided. The only thing I learned is the website where you apply for coverage and the rules and regulations about the Affordable Care Act. Most of my coworkers are great but the ones that act out unprofessionally are never reprimanded and sometime make it unpleasant in the office. The hardest part is putting the word out that we are hear available to sign people up. I enjoy when the entire office is on task and doing what we are supposed to do without the added drama about the different personalities in the office but it rarely lasts that way. – less