Conputer Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Adams County, WA – November 19, 2017
Fantastic job if you are a dual income family and plan to live in Ritzville. There are opportunities for personal development in the IT department. I was able to complete several certification due to the training dollars available for IT in the emergency services budgets.
Assistant Public Defender (Current Employee) – Hastings, NE – November 23, 2017
Working for the Adams County Public Defender's Office is never boring. I go to court every day, representing indigent criminal clients in both the county and district courts. The group of attorneys and judges with whom I work are quite competent at what they do. My only complaint is that I do not have the time to research and write as I wish.
Worker (Current Employee) – Brighton, CO – June 15, 2017
While they are working hard to change the culture of the organization, this will be a hard task to accomplish when internally and unbrodcasted, there are so many management and leadership changes taking place.
Probation Supervisor (Current Employee) – Westminster, CO – August 11, 2016
My typical day as a Supervisor began with me checking in with my boss and the administrative team. I checked in with my Team to see how they we're doing and what there days looked like. I would check emails and voice mails and respond according to priority. Depending upon the time of month I would review monthly statistical reports and make any needed revisions. I would identify patterns and trends. I would perform my daily duties such as reviewing reports, warrants, and special reports to the courts. I would then check on special projects and review progress.
flex schedules, work from home, workout incentives, and alternatives schedules.
Motor Vehicle Clerk (Former Employee) – Hastings, NE – February 18, 2016
Issued motor vehicle titles and registrations, renewed automobile registrations and issued plates when required. Collected sales, property and real estate taxes, assisted customers at the window and by telephone.
Adams County was the worst employer I've experienced. Controlling and judgmental and extremely resistant to change.
Behavioral Health Supervisor (Former Employee) – Adams, WI – January 27, 2016
Adams County has a huge problem with retaining its employees. Turnover and discontent among staff is an ongoing struggle. Employees that have stayed for some time are very much a closed group and gossip and spite is par for the course. I would not recommend working for Adams County.
Deputy Sheriff (Former Employee) – CO – January 11, 2016
A typical day of work consists of either a 12 hour shift or a 10 hour shift. I learned a lot about being a civilian police officer in a detention center environment and as a patrol Deputy. management of the department is mainly elected officials.
Manager (Former Employee) – Brighton Government Center – February 21, 2015
Indictments of executive staff, corruption are just a fee buz words. If you come with pride and skilz, job hunter beware.
The existing staff practices protectionism and you are a threat. The senior staff have select menon whom do their bidding.
Adams County, CO government is the armpit of bad management, corruption and have a talent for running off high skill-sets. What remains is staff either too scared, too poor to move on or they are part of the network of corruption.
Misuse of public trust and funds is the norm....
there are some really good lower level staff there