Workers' Compensation Research Claims Lead (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – 5 February 2015
My position as a Lead was to ensure that both the internal and the external customer was satisfied. The internal customer being the adjuster and the underwriter to ensure they have all necessary information. For the external customer, my goal was ensure they were in continuous contact with results.
Data modeler / Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Parsippany, NJ – 7 December 2014
I work project to create conceptual to physical schemas OLTP DMM plan, blueprint for an data design and work on OLAP ERM. Generate graphical diagrams to drill into to view detailed metadata. Using ERwind to crystal reports.Export reports to HTML and CSV and customize report.Improve lookup transformation performance of data. Work efficiently with Session Management, Mart Administration, Security, AD via LDAP, and Model Locking. Set app roles, Data Movement sources, Naming Standards,Partitions Functions, Relationships, Validation rules, create Trigger , Workload Groups and data type standards are integrated with models and support for SQL Azure. Select objects and properties for easy editing. Set Target SQL DBMS ( Oracle, SQL Server, DB2 for LUW, MySQL, Sybase, ODBC/Generic and Default SQL Server Data type). Set key Option NOT NULL or NULL.
Growth Enviroment that will allow skills, talents, and traits to shine.
Senior Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Berkeley Heights, NJ – 25 November 2014
I really enjoy working with the public and i hope to excel in my customer service experience. Working now with a church ministry has really put my life in new perspective with working with the people, specifically people who are truly in need of every day items. It has made me humble to know that i have been blessed even when unemployed, because i am still able to lean on my degree and allow my education and ability to adapt and learn new skills willingly to guide and protect my career path. Therefore I hope to spread that positive attitude in my new work environment and allow it to be my podium that i lean on when looking for a career path and so far it has such a success, because along the way i have encounter such wonderful people who with career mind and strong focus on long term goals they are still grounded with humility and strength to give back to their community.
Customer Sales (Former Employee) – Dubai, DU – 25 October 2014
Responsibilities: • Answering calls in a prompt courteous manner. • Communicating information clearly and accurately. • Promote teamwork and call center success. • Developed Work with the support team to ensure service level requirements are exceeded. • Developed credibility and confidence with customers. • Captured Customer information correctly and accurately. • Assisted customers with inquiries and provided all pertinent information. • Communicate and Coordinate with internal departments and follow up on customer interactions. • Keep records of customer interactions and transactions i.e record details of inquiries, comments and complaints and details of actions taken. • Recognized for delivering quality service and products and for developing loyal customers, resulting in impressive sales.
Challenging, lack of management expertise, good team work
Accountant 1 (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 26 February 2014
Good learning experience, however no job efficiency and lack of expertise in the management process. There isn't any work process as the management is trying to understand and streamline our work so basically management is using us a the guinea pigs to test things out. The hardest part of the job is to juggle work and personal life. Long hours and management is never satisfied with our work. People are quitting and we are giving more responsiblities. My co workers are great. We have great team work and always available to offer help. I started as Accountant1 five years ago and still I am an Accountant1 even though I am required to do more work with more job responsibilities. There isn't any job security. The enjoyable part of the job is to learn and my coworkers are enjoyable. The hardest part of the job is that we have our duties but more duties are given to us and we are expected to learn it quickly. Since management is trying to streamline processes, they are basically confused on how to start and finish. I am efficient and a hard working person, however if the job doesn't entail a flow of work or job efficiency, then it gets a bit difficult to follow.
Underwriter (Former Employee) – Berkeley Heights, New Jersey – 15 January 2014
Primary Underwriter for all New Business and Renewal accounts for the Accident & Health Dept. / Small Business Philadelphia and Atlanta regions respectively. Face of AIG Small Business to the Regions Development of business proposals for Small Business Rated and quoted policies Responsible for Business Travel Accident and Specialty Market accounts Audited Underwriting Analyst Forecasted budget Travel with Sales Representatives on Broker calls / Sales / Customer Service Underwriter for more complex and difficult accounts Issuing Policies as well as rating and processing endorsements
BENEFITS SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – 2 January 2014
My typical day at work would include making sure that my clients' disability checks were properly distributed. This was very important because these checks would be their only source of income. This position has taught me how to manage and follow up on specific tasks. The hardest part of this job was to leave your assignments/feelings at the job. The most enjoyable part of my job was to hear the smile on my clients' faces when you would have their check issued immediately to them.