Great place to work. Hate that we closed our doors.
Senior Account Manager (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – January 23, 2015
Pros: great hours
Cons: the workload never slowed.
Interacted with clients and service providers daily. The most difficult part of the job was encouraging our clients to take advantage of the programs that were available to them at no cost. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing our clients return to work satisfied with our service.
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Amman Jordan – July 23, 2014
Pros: full time
Cons: 8 hour + overtime if necessary
I was asign first in mechanical line in production deparment.I was task on under chassis line including drive train,suspension systems,brake systemsand Iwas been ordered to perform as multifunctional worker where I can perform whenever there will be an absent to our line station.Also we always inplement clean area or what we call it 5'S.
Certified Nursing Assistant II (Former Employee), Goldsboro, NC – July 16, 2014
A typical day at work was doing ROM exercises and walking with the clients.I learned the importance of being mobile and exercising.I thought management was fair .My co--workers and I had different assignments but would come together if there was help needed.The hardest part of the job was having a hectic case load. The enjoyable part was
Sapphire Technologies is a good company to work for.
Contract Programmer (Former Employee), Independence, OH – March 11, 2014
Contract Programmer - Served as software developer to the world’s largest specialty jeweler, Sterling Jewelers, Inc., supporting customized solution to migrate credit transaction posting application from Unisys mainframe system to HP UNIX server for processing insurance payment program.
Temp (Former Employee), Columbia, SC – December 6, 2013
Pros: great pay
Cons: temporary job
Temporary Job Assignments required deadline to complete all of the following but not limited to: 1. Back Up all configurations and IOS's from router and switch. 2. Remove switches, routers and servers from Data Center racks. 3. Transport equipment to new location and install into racks