Sanitation Driver II (Current Employee) – Miramar Road – January 19, 2018
This is a good job, it pays the bills. This job presented me with the opportunity to purchase my home. It has a pension plan an a 401k. I started the job at an entree level. I started out as a sanitationdriver trainee then within 6 months I was a Sanitation Driver I. In two years time was a Sanitation Driver II.
Management Intern (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 3, 2017
Staff works as a team and clearly presents expectations to employees. The hiring process for permanent positions is difficult- the hiring process can take up to 1 year from when an application is submitted.
Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – Water Department – October 30, 2017
The city offers the opportunity to advance in your carrier by taking tests. If you pass the test your name is put on a list that supervisors can call from. You can start as a clerk and promote all the way up to division director if you have the knowledge and the drive.
Senior Utility Supervisor (Former Employee) – California – October 27, 2017
Good leadership good training challenging work environment workers show pride in their work always look out for one another to have a safe working environment work hard together and find time to enjoy time off together when possible.
Administrative Aide (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 23, 2017
Once your in your in.cancreate a jobor of nothing. Like being bored and under worked or treated with no value unless you kids the behind of a superior who you out perform. Many lazy employees.many non innovative processes.bad management lacking management skills.
EAP Program Manager/Therapist (Current Employee) – Downtown, San Diego – October 17, 2017
I have been very happy. Recent management changes resulted in demoralizing the work group. Expertise and dedication not recognized or rewarded. I questioned an ethical decision and then was retaliated against.
Word Processing Operator (Former Employee) – throughout city – September 22, 2017
I would see this as a nice place to work consistent pay check and benefits. Each department has its own culture so with that being said look at what would be a good fit for your skill set, future and what you wish out of the job market.
Lacking some individual decision making in process of work flow
Assistant Recreation Center Director (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 21, 2017
Worked an average of 8 hours a day. Learned how to interact and deal with multiple nationalities . Supervisor gave me support needed to do my job. All employees worked well together. Enjoyed benefits of job. Missed the employees I work with.
Associate Analyst (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 14, 2017
Low pay and terrible benefits. No pension or social security. No pay raise in ten years. Huge turnover in staff. Constantly training new hires. Management is entitled and out of touch. Facilites are disgusting. Green moldy microwave in lunch room. Rotten smelling fridge. Broken toilets that dont flush. Building has roaches. Building has had bed bugs in past. Homeless camping on site. Feces outside on building walls. No pay raise in ten years.
Not a single pro to working here.
No Social Security, No Pension, No merit raises, No promotional opportunities