City of Ann Arbor Employee Reviews

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The most rewarding outdoor job I have ever had.
Groundskeeper (Former Employee), Ann Arbor, MIFebruary 2, 2015
Pros: nature, sunshine, autonomy, golf carts, free fountain drinks, occasional work parties.
Cons: weather, getting dirty, some manual labor
Getting up early is tough, filling divots for nearly 8 hours a day can be lonely and draining. However, putting in the work is worth it, because the golf course looks beautiful when you keep up the effort. Golfers will sincerely thank you for your effort, and the time spent outdoors can be quite refreshing.
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Wonderful Chance for Internships
Technology Internship (Former Employee), Field OperationsMarch 13, 2013
Pros: donut & popcorn friday. great supervisors
Cons: temporary
Worked as a technology Intern. The only down side was that the compensation for someone with a Master's was really low. And the positions are only 10 months & temporary.
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Great Place to work
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Ann Arbor, MIMarch 8, 2013
Pros: opportunity to make decisions
Cons: it was a temporary position
Wonderful employees to work with including Management, I learned to render decisions by analyzing documentation being submitted violator.
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Stressful Days at times
Occupancy Specialist WL, P, HQS (Former Employee), Ann ArborJuly 25, 2012
Pros: assisting the eldery/disabled and families in need.
Cons: negative experiences reoccured more often than i cared to experience.
Interviewing, screening, approving applicants for the Section 8 program to receive a voucher. Management direction changed several times while I worked at the City. The hardest part of my job was not having enough resources for the people who were in need.