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BDT had a significant impact on the professional I am today. I came to BDT straight out of college as BOS for a mission I felt extremely passionate about. The level of passion BDT has about the clients they serve also extends to the staff through the structured and successful professional development program in the contact center. Loving what I did as a BOS, I knew that there were additional ways I could contribute to BDT by working towards becoming a team leader and later a manager. What is extremely unique about BDT is the level of feedback you have access to whether that be through your peers, manager, or other member's of the organization. The candidness of this feedback is what allowed me to successful. If you are open to hearing about not only what you have done well, but also what you have room to work on, you will thrive here. I am forever grateful for the feedback that I received in my three years at BDT because it helped me to grow professionally in ways I never could have imagined as a young college grad. My praise for BDT is endless and I can't thank my co-workers and managers enough for the support and team work that I experienced in my three years. Specifically, to my managers, without whom I never would have been challenged to become the professional I am today, I am forever grateful. If you are a passionate individual, who is mission centered, not afraid to roll up your sleeves and work hard, then BDT is place for you. Although I am happy in my new place of work, I miss BDT and the culture there everyday.
No Cons that I can think of. If you work hard, listen to feedback, implement it, and grow then this is the place for you. If it weren't for an opportunity to join the family business, I would be writing this as a current employee.
Advice to Management
Continue to fight the good fight. Never stop challenging yourselves and remember to have fun.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Benefits Data Trust.
The interview process was very pleasant. I met with the hiring manager and one of the team leaders. We discuss normal interview questions. I felt very comfortable and at times the interview drifted off to personal conversations. Which was cool and different. I sat with one of the BOS and listened to a call. The person I was sitting with was on the call for over 30 minutes. I didnt get a chance to inquire about the role.
- What would you do in your first thirty days here? 1 Answer
Reasons for Declining
I declined the position because I was offered another position in a field I went to school for.
The BDT model seeks to improve the efficiency of benefits enrollment for low-income people by using data-driven strategies and a person-centered approach to target and streamline the outreach and application assistance process.
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Mission: Benefits Data Trust is a not-for-profit organization committed to transforming how individuals in need access public benefits. To meet this mission, Benefits Data Trust...