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30+ days ago

The Endocrinology opportunity of a lifetime is waiting for you at AtlantiCare.

AtlantiCare Egg Harbor Township, NJ

Endocrinologists at our Diabetes Center are part of an elite group of diabetes specialists. The center is one of only 29 centers in the US, Canada… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

Urgent Care Physician

AtlantiCare Egg Harbor Township, NJ +2 locations

Come be part of an organization renowned for medical innovation and performance excellence. Here, you'll work with a team of like-minded colleagues… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

Physician - Rheumatologist

AtlantiCare Pleasantville, NJ

Follow your drive to improve patient care and treat rheumatologic disorders including bone diseases and autoimmune disorders. Inspire the next… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

Trauma Surgeon

AtlantiCare Galloway, NJ

To learn more about our programs and awards, please go to… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

Otolaryngologist

AtlantiCare Atlantic City, NJ

You will perform a wide range of general ENT procedures and help to grow a patient base. Take advantage of strong institutional support as you carve… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

BC/BE Neurologist

AtlantiCare Atlantic City, NJ

This is your opportunity to work with three established neurologists providing inpatient and outpatient care for brain-related diseases and… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

Ambulatory Care Clinic Physician

AtlantiCare Atlantic City, NJ

Join an experienced team of clinician/educators while helping to bring care to the uninsured and underserved. Take advantage of a Monday… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

Cardio Hospitalist

AtlantiCare Atlantic City, NJ

Come be part of the region's healthcare leader-an organization that is known for medical innovation and performance excellence; that values and… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

Trauma Surgery PA

AtlantiCare Atlantic City, NJ

As a Level II trauma center verified by the American College of Surgeons, ARMC sees approximately 1,800 trauma encounters annually, with 800 full… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

Physician - Hospitalist Medicine

AtlantiCare Atlantic City, NJ

Hospitalists at AtlantiCare provide 24-hour care at two campuses (Atlantic City and Pomona, NJ) and lend guidance to three teaching teams. The… HealtheCareers


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    Former Employee - Desktop Support in Egg Harbor Township, NJ
    Former Employee - Desktop Support in Egg Harbor Township, NJ

    I worked at AtlantiCare as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    Friendly people to work with
    Up to date technology
    Good work/life balance

    Cons

    Huge bureaucracy: we were waiting on a program that would help with the transition from Windows XP to Windows 7 but during the 7 months I was there it was still stuck with the legal team, so we had to migrate each profile manually (about 3,000 PCs, sometimes multiple profiles per PC) which took far more time than it should have since we had to look through all their files and decide which ones were important

    IT team doesn't really help each other out: we relied on the engineers to create system images for us to deploy on the machines that we were swapping out but we would have to wait weeks to get an image that we needed with all the updates and programs in it. We ended up using clean images then spending a hour or two per machine to apply Windows updates and then another hour or two to install software that was needed on each PC, other software needed to be installed on location which took even more time. Also one of techs stationed at one of the hospitals was a miserable old guy and refused to help anyone out. The first time he met me he berated me asking who authorized what I was doing, what I was doing and it shouldn't have been done at this time of day, etc...

    Poor management: my team was composed of one full time employee, myself and another contracted worker. The full time employee was the head of the team and had only been there for a year so he didn't know much about the software that was in use and that we were installing. On top of managing this massive project, he was also doing his daily tickets that he had to do. For the first few months we would do areas of the company together and everything went well, even doing the individual buildings on my own went well. Problems arose when we moved on to the actual hospitals: I was unfamiliar with the layouts of the hospitals and was sent to one of them and told to go to an area but no explanation as to where it was, once I found it after a half hour I was met with unfamiliar software and no information about it since no intelligence was gathered beforehand like we had done with all the other buildings. I attempted to install it the usual way, which seemed to work and I went to lunch. When I got back they told it that it didn't work and the old guy mentioned above came down to scream at me again, offered no help even after I asked him if he knew how to install it, which he responded "yes" and then walked away. After finally finding documentation on how to install it, it didn't work since the instructions were for XP instead of 7 and required further information. I tried getting in contact with him for hours via phone calls, emails and text messages but to no avail. I was 25 minutes away from the office so I couldn't easily get back there either. After finally getting a hold of him at the end of the day and told him the situation, it was made to seem like it was my fault. I later talked to the System Administrator and told him about this scenario and his response was exactly what I thought: "[full time employee] is in over his head and doesn't know what he's doing. Those were my machines and they're connected to [redacted] hospital and you'd never get it working anyway."

    There were also days or even entire weeks where we were dead-locked with nothing to do because a certain departments were busy and we couldn't get in to swap out their machines. We were supposed to do 125 a week, we were lucky if we hit 50.

    Lastly I was always forced to look busy even if I was. While I was waiting for machines to be images and had nothing else to do my actual manager would scold me for not doing anything, even when I showed him I was waiting for them to imaged.

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