Breakfast and After School Care (Ancien employé) – Crondall, Hampshire – 30 septembre 2019
If you love children and have a passion for seeing them achieve by doing your part as a childcare professional, then DO NOT WORK FOR SCL. The company doesn’t care about meeting children’s needs they care more about how much money they can extort from parents. They treat staff shockingly, hence why their staff turnover is horrendous. If you’re going to work for SCL I’d strongly suggest you join a union
Patient Access Manager (Ancien employé) – Denver, CO – 31 août 2019
Leadership consistently ignored any requests for assistance or training. When a subcontractor began to undermine my role as Manager, leadership failed to do any investigation to the allegations. Instead, leadership supported the subcontractor. A short time later the subcontractor walked off the job, leaving the facility in a tailspin.
Needed to work 7 days a week due to staff dissatisfaction with upper administration
Supervisor (Employé actuel) – Primary School – 31 août 2019
Being a Supervisor I am responsible for the children and colleagues I work with ensuring that all policies and procedures are being followed and the children's needs are met in a safe environment. My week starts off by ordering a weekly food shopping for the children breakfast and afternoon snack. Following by updating registers and forwarding the correct registers to the school so they are aware of the children who will be attending after school club. I communicate with parents on a daily basis regarding their child/ren or passing on information to their teachers. The setting is not structured but relaxed with free play. The hardest part of the job is knowing that a child is not receiving the care they need at home and having to report it to the safeguarding officer. The most enjoyable part of my job is having things run smoothly and watching the children enjoy themselves.
Auto Parts Delivery Driver (Ancien employé) – Los Angeles, CA – 13 juin 2019
A typical day consisted of getting to the warehouse loading my vehicle and making deliveries. I would make up to 10 deliveries in a day. Management was not bad but was not good either. The delivery routes seemed a bit unorganized. The most enjoyable part of the job was the constant change of scenery.
Assistant Coach (Ancien employé) – Uxbridge – 13 juin 2019
Working with this provider of after school and holiday activities, where my duties included the following: general supervising of minors (ages 4-11); carrying out sport coaching drills for girls and boys of all abilities and assisting with supervision for arts & craft and music & dance
Parent Facilitator (Ancien employé) – Grand Rapids – 25 novembre 2017
I worked as a SCL (Supervised Community Living) parent who housed students in my home from a local agency. I enjoyed the time working in this area. I worked with the agency for a number of years providing foster care and independent living services. The job ends when there are no placements to receive.
Want to be able to work in the field of my education
Pharmacy Technician (Employé actuel) – Denver, CO – 29 octobre 2017
Pharmacy Manager is nowhere to be found most of the time. When in the pharmacy, avoids resolving pharmacy issues. Lead Pharmacy Technician is rude, condescending, and lazy. Management can’t be bothered when a disgruntled patient asks for someone in charge. Lack of proper training. Will look at you with disgust and refuse if you ask for a 10 minute break. No respect for employees time and obligations outside the pharmacy.