It's a Government job working for the California Deptartment of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Accountant Trainee / Accountant I (Current Employee) – Norco, CA – July 26, 2013
It's a great experience and I've learned alot in the positions I've held. I've experienced more cultures and different personality types here than in any other place of employment. The pay is not what I personally think it should be in comparison to the private sector, but it's working for the government, so the benefits are some what better. There are constant budget cuts within the department so the job security is not what it used to be.
Parole Agent (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 12, 2014
Reported to supervisor. Begin as Officer of the Day, checking into office & fielding walk-in parolees whose Parole Agent not in office to take care of their needs. Another day driving around community going to check on Parolees at their home or work site for face to face interviews to determine their status and compliance with parole rules and regulations. Write notes in supervision files. Write reports and case reviews and recommendations for discharge or retention on parole. Hardest part of job for me was arresting parolees who were not in compliance with rules and regulations. Most enjoyable part of job was offering services for rehabilitation and integration back into community to parolees.
salary and benefits.
dealing with criminals who were uncooperative & returned to their former criminal activities.
Correctional Officer (Former Employee) – Lancaster, CA – December 30, 2014
never the same day twice. many things I learned. bosses were understanding and will to mentor. most of my co-workers were good people. the hardest part was not getting complacent. making a deference in someone's life.
Staff Psychologist - Clark Coordinator (Current Employee) – San Bernadino, CA – April 28, 2014
Difficult to get a position, but once you do there are a lot of activities to increase your skills. Co-workers are diverse and great and the job is high paced and often busy, making the day go by fast.
STAFF INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST (Current Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – January 6, 2015
Fast-paced procurement and contract work that is interesting and ever-evolving. The CDCR services 35 correctional institutions throughout California, providing contracts and procurements for the education of inmates. The contracts and procurements that I process are for equipment and services provided for inmates within the 35 institutions.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Susanville, CA – July 27, 2014
Maintained inventory in the inmate commissary store on the yards. Processed sales to the inmates allowed to shop. Maintained stock in the warehouse to fill the stores on the yards.
Worked at an offsite warehouse that processed commissary goods for the fire camps in Northern California. Always, learning new things and allowed to visit these camps and see how commissary is processed.
Responsible for inventory and making sure that inventory is rotated in a timely fashion and provided to the camps to meet the needs for their commissaries.
Accounting Officer Specialist (A) (Current Employee) – Susanville, CA – April 6, 2014
Jobs is Good. Management No Good especially people running it. Supervisor does not know anything about the office, relies on each one of the employee to get the info. If you are not friends with the supervisor you don't promote.
Valuable Place to deal with Highly Acute dual diagnosis
Clinical/ Industrial Organizational Psychologist (Current Employee) – Otay Mesa, CA – November 17, 2014
This is a geat place to learn about dual diagnosis. The work may be stressful but it is very fulfilling. This environment might not be for everyone. Must have a thick skin to work in a level IV prison environment.