Office Manager/Human Resource Assistant (Current Employee) – Danville, IL – January 21, 2014
I never have the same work day schedule. I complete payroll, scheduling, employee issues, leave request off, A/P, A/R, requisitions, monthly, quarterly, and yearly federal reporting. I balance the budgets, handle the cash, work on city projects.
Finance Clerk - Water Department (Former Employee) – Danville, KY – June 7, 2017
A typical workday was waiting on customers who were paying their water bills, wanted to start/stop water service, or had a question or complaint. Management was good. They were there if you needed them but didn't hover. It was a friendly work environment. Hardest part of the job was the stress from the customer's complaints. Most enjoyable part of the job was my co-workers. Also the hours allowed me to have a life outside of work.
Customer service representative (Former Employee) – Danville, VA – March 14, 2016
did security or janitor duties based upon what was needed. was okay job very nice people to work with most enjoyable was seeing famous concerts as reward to the hard work provided and the city always made sure its employees were safe at all times
Finance Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Danville, KY – March 6, 2016
Management has absolutely no consideration for employees. Hard work and dedication goes unnoticed. The higher ups have no idea what it takes in a days work for the upfront office workers. Supervisor of finance is very unpleasant.
Sworn Police Officer (Former Employee) – Danville, KY – August 27, 2015
Co-workers were pleasant people to work for. A typical day was very busy and management was very professional in trying to help us with calls. Very stressful atmosphere while working patrol areas in the community.
Collection Clerk 1 (Current Employee) – Danville, VA – December 28, 2014
enjoy working with fellow employee and never a dull moment! I have learned alot about Utilities and the run of the business and how it affects all walks of life. You learn how to deal with irate customers when it comes to their utilities being disconnected.