In a typical day in my last position I fulfilled management tasks of opening and closing the facility, as well as overseeing a staff of ten individuals. Throughout the day I completed various administrative duties as well, including answering phones, drafting loan and foreclosure documents and emails, filing and greeting customers. I also provided strong customer service and resolved customer issues.
Fast paced fun work place serves martinis and tacos
Cook (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 7, 2016
This was a very fun place to work up scaled work place very good people throughout the building very laid back, alot of lifting alot of running around to keep the days work going as a cook. Working at Bakersfeild have taught me many different recipies as well as how important team work could be in a work feild while sometimes you maybe too busy to do everything yourself. The most enjoyable part of this job was mostly the amount of good people you work with meeting and working with different cultures and languages.
First working there was a blast. Everyone made great money and enjoyed their time. Managment was the greatest i've ever worked under, but then they hired a new managing crew to take over. They made it less enjoyable to work there and we made a lot less money afterwards. I loved working with the guest, they were my favorite thing about being employed there. If managment was the same, I'd still work there.
Security guard (Former Employee) – bakersfield – September 23, 2015
Working for g4s was great. I met a lot of people on the job that im still friends with. I love he fact that I had an opportunity to protect a project. Hardest part of the job was working 12 hour shifts. It physically drains you but its well worth it
Assistant Manger (Former Employee) – bakersfield, ca – July 12, 2015
it was a fun friendly atmosphere i enjoyed working with the staff i knew everyone on a first name bases i enjoyed working with a variety of customers. this is where i gained most of my customer service experience and i enjoyed it
Hostess (Current Employee) – East blvd – May 1, 2015
For me, a typical day at work is to come in and enjoy myself while I talk to the servers and await customers looking for a table. My coworkers are all really nice and cool. We keep each other, and customers, engaged in all sorts of conversations. Bakersfield is NOT a sports bar, but we do play big games on our flat screens, hung up on the walls. The only thing difficult about this job is trying to carry cups and a few plates all at once, back to the kitchen, while we buss the tables haha. I love that I get to wear whatever I'd like, as long as it is urban. Wearing on-brand clothes, helps connect to customers and feel the vibe through the restaurant. But since my availability does not include the weekend due to having class on Saturday from 9am-3:30pm and also working a second job, management decided to get back at me by hiring a new person to work the only two days I receive a week. I am not on the schedule for the next two weeks, due to my "limited availability" of Monday-Friday.
Cashier/Sales associate (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, ca – January 20, 2015
It was not a great job, it was more of a high school environment than a working environment. Unprofessional and not the least bit enjoyable. The way employees were treated was unfair as to the way they made it so difficult to work around a steady school schedule.
Mentor Networks (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, California – May 28, 2013
Monitored clients with severe and chronic mental disabilities in a locked facility. I learned that each day was different according to the acuity level. Management always motivated employees to increase their productivity. Co-workers were a pleasure to work with were a close knit family. The hardest part of the job is seeing your clients regress due to medication non compliance. The most enjoyable is seeing your clients reach their goals maintaining their independence.