Recreational Leader (Former Employee), Palo Alto, CA – August 13, 2013
My supervisor was always courteous, asking me if I needed or wanted additional hours each week. I was given excellent opportunity to teach and coach athletes in the fundamental skills and strategies of various sports, such as football, basketball, tennis and track. I learned to communicate with the parents through email, eliminating any delay with responses – more... to scheduling questions. The parents were always appreciative of my leadership and respect for their children, rewarding me with gifts at the end of each season. – less
It is productive place but depends to much on person to do many may things. No backup provided.
Sr. NETWORK ENGINEER/Sr. SYSTEM ANALYST (Current Employee), Palo Alto, CA – February 20, 2013
Pros: offers opportunity to move around
Cons: i wear too many hats and do many projects at the same time
City is one of the innovator and user of technology. A great place to work but lately it has become a corporate environment and the culture has changed to extreme stress and fear. I perform dozens of technical solutions and provide them everyday. The hardest part of my job is getting materials on time. My co-workers are great and very helpful.I have – more... learned patience working with City PD & FD departments. I have done over 200 project for the City since I joined. – less