Swim Instructor/Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – September 18, 2015
The hardest part of the job was not teaching swim lesson, but sometimes after class parents would approach me regarding their child’s progression in the class, and I would have to address the situation in a bathing suit and no towel.
Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – March 25, 2015
This position allows to establish working relationships with other members of the City's staff. There are very loyal and dedicated individuals, but it's a City, so of course there is going to be politics. I was employed with the city for 10 years, and was never actually promoted to a position that was classified full time or had benefits even though I was considered a key staff member.
Overall, if you can get a full time position, then it's a great place to work.
On-Track Recreation Leader (Current Employee) – Escondido, CA – September 23, 2014
- Planning the schedule and making sure everything goes as planned and if not rearranging the schedule to make day go smoothly -Communicating with the staff what the day is going to be like -Communicating to parents what goes on at our program -Customer service is key to make sure parents know it is safe sending their children to our program.
Literacy Department Specialist (Current Employee) – Escondido, CA – April 16, 2014
Working at the Escondido Public Library is a great place to build new skills and interact with the public along with outside public agencies. It is a great place to assist individuals in whatever needs they have and it is also a great place to find and offer resource information.
Bill Collector (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – November 26, 2012
typica day was walking into office and getting right on the phones,what i learned was more of how the buisness is ran, the hardest part of the job was closing.the most enjoyable part was getting "bonus"