Good for those who either want to make a difference or stay on autopilot
Instructional Aide (Current Employee) – Alhambra, CA – June 20, 2017
A typical day involves positive interaction with the students and make sure they are safe and active. Management depends on which site that I am at. Some are positive and welcoming, some sites are austere. The pay and work/life balance is good. The limit of hours to work for the sake of not having to offer benefits to hourly workers is not. Not much in terms of advancement, must have the right connections. In most cases(there are exceptions), they know who they want to hire before interviews have even start.
Decent pay. Good Schedule.
Lack of benefits. Workplace culture not the most inspiring
Afterschool Program Leader (Current Employee) – Alhambra, CA – June 15, 2017
I love working as an After School Program Leader. Everyday is a fun new challenge to create activities and lesson plans for the students that hone their abilities and enrich their learning experiences. Working as an After School Program Leader has taught me to multitask productively, be flexible in case of unexpected changes, and to communicate efficiently with my coworkers and supervisors.
Instructional Aide (Current Employee) – Alhambra, CA – June 12, 2017
As a college student, I needed something that paid well and was part time. The afterschool program position that AUSD offered was a good way for me to further my education and gain experience with children in a school setting and learn administrative work while writing lesson plans.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Fremont – May 19, 2017
the Alhambra school district, it was the worst job I been. the school I was working the manager it was so hard to deal with it , several times she scream at the students and employees under her, refuses meals to students that didn't have the money for they lunches every student is afraid of her. She work at Fremont Elementary school.
There's nice people working there, the students are very sweet.
Food service management it discriminate against Hispanic.
Board Operator/ Stage crew (Former Employee) – Alhambra, CA – April 26, 2017
This job is a good place for students to start training and learning about how to work and get tasks done on a schedule, pleasing the guest that are using the facility and the people that come in for performances.
Stage Crew (Former Employee) – Alhambra, CA – December 29, 2016
Working for the High Schools theatre, you come in whenever someone rents out the space. So work is every once in awhile. You set up the stage the way the customer wants it. (Sets, Props, Lighting, Sound, Managing House)
Intervention Specialist (Current Employee) – Alhambra, CA – September 24, 2015
The teachers and administrators I work with are professional and caring people who work hard for their students. It is disappointing that the school district doesn't offer a full time position for Intervention Specialists that would provide the specialists with more financial stability as well health insurance.
Assistant Coach (Former Employee) – San Gabriel – April 13, 2015
Easy job, as long as you have patience. Teenagers are not the easiest kids to work with but in the end they listen. The track team is getting better and the work environment is great relaxing, fun, and stress free.
Substitute Teacher K-8 (Current Employee) – Alhambra, CA – February 4, 2015
In the absence of the regular teacher, my responsibility was to carry out the day as normal, which included but not limited; lesson plans, classroom management, incorporate technology an grade assignments.
Cook/Manager (Current Employee) – Alhambra, CA – February 23, 2014
My day starts early with production and staging transport. I coordinate with drivers about product going out and any changes to schedules. I've learned when dealing with high volumes of product going out on a daily basis you need to be extremely organized and need to preform under pressure and deadlines. I've also learned how to manager and delegate duties to a large crew and work with higher management in achieving daily goals. The most enjoyable part of my job in being a part of helping our students receive a well balanced meal.
Senior Custodian (Current Employee) – Alhambra, CA – February 12, 2014
The first thing that I do is make sure the campus is secure and safe for staff and students then turn alarms off and open up the facilities. What I have learn in this job is more responsibility In taking charge off the ordering and distribution of supplies.and assuring that the facilities are kept in a safe and healthy working conditions.. Co- workers are more then willing to come to me if they have any concerns or need any help. I am more then willing to go out off my way to assits with what I can. The hards part off my job would be having to address the same issues and having no results. The most enjoyable part of my job would be when every thing is over and every one is happy with the end result...
Custodian/Janitor (Former Employee) – Alhambra, CA – January 22, 2014
typical day:work 4hours@one school, lunch 4hrs. @ another school learned:that I am very skilled at what I do and I always get the job done management: there OK co workers:get along great hardest part of job:time most enjoyable:pay check