Fast paced, upbeat and fun place to work. The people are by far the most enjoyable part of the job. In addition to working hard and demonstrating strong work ethics we all shared humor on the job as well. There is opportunity not only to gain new skills, as in any job, but to grow personally by example. This is a company I would like to retire with. Unfortunately tenured staff have recently been demoted, others are leaving the company, and others were let go. They are in a period of significant change as well as the challenge of financial short comings to investors.
Camera Operator (Current Employee) – Homestead, FL, Orlando, FL – November 7, 2013
I have volunteered at 2 different churches as a camera operator for over 14 years. I enjoy being behind the scenes to help capture all that happens during our church sermon. It is great working with the people in the audio booth who direct over a head set about which shot is needed. I hope one day to be doing this somewhere one day and get paid for doing it.
Plumbing (Former Employee) – Houston – March 1, 2014
Worked for Church for over a year and I would give them a rating of C Minus.
I was in the field and was either worked to death or in trouble with my boss, co-workers, or dispatchers. The dispatcher is in charge of your time and sometimes they lose track of you or have you drive too far out of your way. You will attend a 7:00 Meeting every few weeks and are not paid to dive there and of course you better be there on time. Management has many dirty secrets.
On the positive side I will say I made pretty good money and earned every penny.
They have investors that make all the money and the workers and management are left to fight over all the scraps that may fall from the table. It is dog eat dog and everyone is in it for themselves. Sure the preach teamwork but since there is no real trust it will not work at a certain level.
I have moved on and suggest you do to unless you really need the work and live on the west side of town.
Plumbing Department A/R & Billing Clerk (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 5, 2012
Church Services was a wonderful company to work for. During the time I was employed, the company was small and was just branching out into Pest Control and Electrical Work. I am proud to have been with them during their infancy.
Working in this atmosphere is profitable to everyone.
Former Head of Health and Temperance Department (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 25, 2012
It is not a daily and profitable job, but instead spiritual and religious activities pertaining to the growth or advancement of the community. As a board member, you develop your work plan to integrate the system such a way that all staffers can work together harmoniously, whether your department be health, education, or community services. By serving you are served, by teaching you learn. For instance, in the health department, seminar, conference, health fair can be organized weekly, monthly, or yearly. All parties benefit from these enterprises. The management generally is so well that the co-volunteers express most of the time their satisfaction for being part of a church population. The hardest part of the job would be the indifference of those you serve. But, that is rare. The most enjoyable part is to reach the goal targeted, or execute the plan designed, and hear the congregation say thank you, may God bless you.
This was a horrible upside down place to work for!! I would never want my pet to work for this PLACE! I get annoyed whenever I drive by this place!!!!! If you LOVE working like a slave no matter your race and can not get your work done due to someone always interrupting you (interim CFO/ annoying stalker) THIS IS THE PLACE TO GO!!!! Kiss your kids good morning and good night when you leave for work
It is all smiles the first week and the second week you will be looking for a new job.....
You well NOT be able to complete your work PLEASE DO NOT BELIEVE THE HYPE
* typical work day: trying to complete 2 days worth of work in 8 hours. Oh and the deadlines...hahahaha GOOD LUCK
*what did I learn: NOTHING
*Management: Sucks/ NO support just a bunch of empty promises
* Co* Workers: GOSSIP.... keep your head down
*The hardest part of my job: holding my tongue because management are RUDE
*The most enjoyable part of my job: finally being able to going home (drained) at the end of the night
Just FYI: this is a TEXAS based business only!!! They are not in Florida or N.Y
(I'm speaking from the office prospective I'm not 100 % sure how the employees in the field where taken care of. But there is a high turn around)
Due to stress: You will become very familiar w/ your bartendar and get discounts