What is it like working as a Project Specialist?
Project Specialist in Philadelphia:
"Entry Level, Project Management."
Pros: Great opportunity to learn the practical methodologies of project Management. I have the ability to manage my own projects to completion. Great work life balance. Not micro managed. Great team I work with. Opportunity for continual education.
Cons: Currently looking for more challenging role to gain experience and been seen as a valued contributor to the business. I am under utilized currently.
Project Specialist in Portland:
Pros: Working in the commercial workout risk team. Complete and administer self testing, training and review audit findings. Compile and research data to review the quality and prevent audit findings while streamlining processes. Flexible work schedule around my children and the ability to work from home weekly.
Cons: The lack of knowledge and experience of peers within the department.
Project Specialist in Muskegon:
"Educational Project Specialist."
Pros: The best part of my job is that I get to work on exciting projects and then move on to other projects. I'm well respected by my colleagues and the educators I work with.
Cons: While my work is pretty flexible, some options that would be possible in the private sector are off-limits. (i.e. Merit pay, telecommuting, etc.)