Child Care Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – Roseville, Ca. 95678 – March 1, 2013
Working for the City of Roseville has been a pleasure. I seek another position to advance my career. I lost benefits, and pay when the company had no other choice. My co-workers are the best, I feel I am a people person, but my co-workers/staff are a team. Hardest Part of the job would some times be not the kids, the parents, but with the approachable attitude I have we work things out. Of the best are the children, they make me laugh daily. I have a blast with them!
children, admin duties, such as bugets, curriculum
Upload read data collected on hand (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – July 3, 2017
A typical day included a group meeting every morning, followed by our daily assignments. The job was predominantly independent once we began our routes, with a friendly environment when we were together. Management provided us with responsibility and autonomy, which was the most enjoyable part to me.
Great learning experience for children, adults and community
Customer Service/Volunteer (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – April 14, 2017
Roseville Utility Exploration Center is a great place to learn about environmental utilities and issues. With programs, workshops and special events for the community. I enjoyed interaction with the public, school field trips etc. As a volunteer I felt appreciated and respected.
Maintenance Worker (Current Employee) – Roseville, CA – January 19, 2017
Great culture to work in. People are friendly and always willing to help you if needed. Very passionate about taking care of there City.The City is constinately putting on events for all the residents. Very fun place to visit and live.
Ground Worker 1 (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – May 15, 2016
Working hard each day was a guarantee and there was nothing wrong with that, especially on a crew with a lot of fun people. We all started at 6:00 am and left work at 2:30 pm and for me, those hours were ideal. The one thing that kept me from working longer at the City Of Roseville was the fact that the work was seasonal. My favorite part was that the hard work was always different and always left me feeling greatly satisfied.
Daycare Aide (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – January 5, 2016
A typical day at work is basically like 30 kids, we go outside after they've all settled in after or before school. We go outside for snack and at least 1 or 2 hours of playtime, then we go inside for arts and crafts and games.
I have learned a lot about patience and also money because we do charge for daycare, but it's a fair amount. I've learned the trust of the children and their parents.
I enjoy working with my co workers, it's never a dull moment, we work as a team to make sure it's a safe environment for the children and the parents.
The hardest part of the job is when a child is crying and you have no idea how to stop them from crying, so you have to think fast and do something fast so that they stop crying. Like we let them paint, or draw or something to distract their crying.
The most enjoyable part of my job is when you come back to your site and all the children yell your name and run up to give you hugs, that's when you know you've done a great job.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – September 25, 2015
IT staff is stressed and ridiculously over allocated. Expectations are unrealistic. Management is inconsistent on almost all fronts, in particular hiring. They change the job requirements mid-recruitment to get the candidate they want. Other times they'll make an employee apply for the same position in an internal department. If you're lucky, you'll get a secret re-classification. Internal communication is frustrating. One day you have one set of marching orders, the next they are completely different. That's if you hear anything at all. Lots of turnover in the past few years which is highly unusual.
Citizens paying for a lot of bleeding edge technology
Day Care Aide (Former Employee) – Roseville, Ca – August 16, 2014
Assist staff with both long and short range activities in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy. Maintain daily open communication with parents Maintain confidentiality Report any suspect abuse to supervisor Arrange a classroom environment in accordance to program goals and philosophy Maintain a safe and healthy environment Inspect and replace damaged or lost materials Attend inservice and staff meetings Keep all appropriate records such as records, attendance and time sheets. Meet all applicable liscensing regulations
Analyst (Former Employee) – Roseville – April 18, 2014
Title says it all. CIO and senior management are clueless, thin skinned and really fond of reciting the latest technical jargon even if it makes no sense to the conversation at all. Extreme turnover in the staff (over 10 in last 2 years). Low pay. Long hours. Old infrastructure getting ready to collapse. Enough paperwork to choke a horse. It's all about looking good and following the process, actual results are a side effect. IT staff is beat up and overworked.
Roseville is committed to providing quality service in a cost-effective manner. Doing that requires employees to be extremely knowledgeable about their fields of work so they can identify trends and opportunities. At Roseville I created many new programs and streamlined others.
Secretarial, Clercal, Administration (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – March 11, 2014
I am and will forever be grateful for the opportunities that I had with the City of Roseville. I enjoyed going to work and learning new skills, interacting with other co-workers and learning.
Managers where just trying to do their jobs, sometimes I believe their hands were tied when it came to staff relations. (Sometimes you cannot be friends with the people you work with).
Hardest part of some of these jobs where having to listen to people struggle with their lives, especially when their home was being damaged, either by water or sewer. Best thing was just to listen and let them get out frustration, without trying to take control over the situation. After all, you are the first person they contact and not the real reason they are upset.
Most enjoyable part of the jobs were the people I worked with. To this date, since I have retired, I still get together with them and their families. They are family to me.