Great job for a teenager looking for work over the summer.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – August 15, 2017
The workload was not that big at all. The hours are great enough to give you time outside of work. Can get stressful if the capacity in the pool is reached since some customers outside get angry but other than that all around great job.
I started out worked in signs & markings 5 years .Advanced education moved into Traffic signal construction 5 years .Advanced education more went into Traffic signal Technician 10 years.Retired with City of Arlington 20 year mark.
The actual entity is a great place to work. Depending on who you are working for may vary in management. The culture is great. Mayor, council members and the management team provide good direction for the actual City and its employees who work for the City.
Check inventory and look at orders and preprare the product thats needed for the day. I larened how to management inventory and make sure the quality is insured. Management is good and an nive place to work. Not really a hard part. Most enyoyable part is the freedom
wake up in the morning head to work do the morning daily routine of singing camp songs. Then we split the kids by age group and do summer activities. then we meet again that evening and do closing ceremony and the parents pick up their children by 6:30.Love my manager very relax environment.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – October 18, 2016
Worked as a CSA in a Tennis center. This was a great job with great employees and guest. My only complaint was that it was only part time or I would have stayed with this position longer. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. The pay was good and so were the benefits. I don't have one complaint about this company whatsoever.
My hardest part of the job was having to leave the animals everyday. There were a lot of politics when it came to the animal laws and having to properly take care of the animals. Great place to work if you're an animal lover but not so good if you do not like to deal with the gory side of things. It's a learning experience that I will never forget.
Police Officer (Former Employee) – City of Arlington, WA – April 20, 2016
I worked as a police officer for 15 years and was released from employment for making a poor decision regarding photos. I provided the Arlington Police Department with excellent leadership and work performance.
Great Coworkers, Agency always looking to improve the work culture
Analyst (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – July 14, 2015
Fairly Regular turnover in Supervision however the workforce tends to stay onboard in spite of any changes with Council or City Management. There always seems to be a desire to make improvements not just to the citizens of the city but also to the employees. This I believe is why people stay. Great Retirement benefits, mediocre healthcare benefits.
Retirement Policy, coworkers
Hard to advance, mediocre healthcare, strict dress policy, nonexistent telecommuting.