A typical day at work consist of answering any and all telephone calls regarding situations at any or all of my houses, making sure they are following the rules and meeting the guide lines and the rules and regulations. Management I guess I would say when you have an employer that can and do work with no supervision and you can trust that their intentions are for the best, you tend to show your appreciation and speak at office meetings or should I say boast regrding a job well done, therefore, in a professional manner we were a great team which made us inseparable. When being taught under his direction it made me more confidant about my work. He trusted me fully, I guess you could call it professional inseperable. I got along with all of my co-workers whom I dealt with, which was a part of my job. I was allowed to higher the best 2 people for the position, and we all bought to the table our own input (swag) in some sort of way, and it always came out for the good. their were other co-workers that worked within the clinic, I honestly feel if you asked the ones who knew me or of me they would call me a hardworker and a peace maker. the hardest part of the position was being available 24/7. The most enjoyable part of the job was being on site pretty much when ever duty called for me to be there and even when I wasn't.
telephone bill paid monthly and free full tank of gas once a week
having to be available 24/7 no matter what