All the stability and rigidity of local government
Program Manager I (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – January 17, 2017
Some areas are clearly trying to break out of the oppressive culture of the organization. Others however, are just paying lip service to that goal. The organization has no clear single purpose and each department seems to act as if it is its own independent fiefdom with little concern for the health of the overall organization.
good benefits, stable employment
it's very hard to move areas and there is little room for upward movement
SR. SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – January 12, 2017
normal day run 8-5 and is typically enjoyable. in the last 21 years I had the opportunity to implement Microsoft systems for the first time, including Exchange, RD gateway, ADFS, print and share services. I also installed several imaging servers, web and backup systems. Most of the time working with my co-workers was a joy but sometimes it could be challenging but we always worked out the issues. The hardest part of the job was related to working overtime until the system issues were resolved. The most enjoyable part of the job was the challenge of installing new systems.
Network Administrator (Current Employee) – Vancouver, WA – September 22, 2016
Good job and the people there seem to really care about the employees. Things move at a little slower pace then in the private sector. Overall, i would recommend this position to anyone looking for a career position.
Juvenile Probation Supervisor (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 4, 2016
love clients I worked with learned team building management changes too frequent, very negative management culture great co-workers, very dedicated dealing with management, avoiding pitfalls helping the youth
Customer Assistant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV 89121 – June 30, 2016
I work for the Parks and Recreation department of Clark County. My job is a front desk representative at a local recreation center. I am the first contact for many visitors to our center. I provide information regarding not only activities and classes at our center's location, but information for other recreation centers and for the local area around the Las Vegas strip. The Program Assistant title is a title generously given to different aspects of employment throughout Clark County. My skill set involved office skills i.e. filing, answering phones, creating and printing materials in Microsoft Office, and organizing the front desk area. I work well with time management activities and I go above and beyond my everyday job description in assisting tourists finding recreation locations and other venues, assisting in organizing events, and connecting guests to financial services in a nearby community center.
Administrative Assistant work experience, flexible work days
no healthcare or benefits provided and no full time hours available
Canyon Springs High School (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 9, 2016
Juvenile Service Assistant- Observe secure safe custody of juveniles Performs a variety of supervision, security and treatment duties for juvenile offenders detained in a youth camp; supervises daily living, social, educational, recreational and treatment activities. Performs varied supervisory, security and treatment duties for offenders assigned to intensive probation programs; conducts home assessments, interviews and advises parents, develops and implements a treatment plan for juvenile offenders. Teaches and models social skills; applies behavior modification techniques; plans and supervises various programs, such as physical education, work experiences and recreational activities. Identifies and develops community resources and support programs; maintains communication and liaison with law enforcement, court, social service and community resource personnel and agencies. Maintains a variety of records and case files; writes reports, statements, legal documents, correspondence and other written materials
teacher (Current Employee) – North Las Vegas, NV – December 1, 2015
Notice none of these reviews came from teachers. Teachers, do not come here! You will be putting yourself and your family through the highest amount of stress imaginable. This situation is anticipated to continue for at least another 5 years, this is 2015. Run in the opposite direction and do not look back.
A majority of the county families strive for a better education for their kids.
The administration has so many agendas of their own that the education of the children comes last.
Custodian Specialist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, Nv – November 5, 2015
At Clark County an employee has the opportunity to continue to move forward in his or her career or another field. Clark County offer classes in other fields and has great benefits. Clark County also has a diverse culture of individuals who work their.
Paid Holidays, Bi-Weekly accumulation of vacation and sick time
Wish we got paid every week, rather than Bi-Weekly
Intern (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 11, 2015
Clark County is a good place to work, specifically the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada. Every day at work was full of new and exciting challenges and all of the co-workers are great and very knowledgeable about what they're doing. I loved the management, everyone knew how to run their ship.
Water Safety Instructor (Former Employee) – Las Vegas Municipal pool – April 22, 2015
The jobs at clark county that I have worked are relating to lifeguarding and water safety. It required a bit of training and effort, but it was well worth learning what to be aware of and how to keep people safe.
High stress job with no support to the lower employees
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – April 7, 2015
As long as you have a degree or not on FMLA Clark County can be a good place to work. If you don't have a degree they will not promote from within, and heaven forbid you are on FMLA HR and department managers will try to force you out.
Co-workers who have been there for a long time and are friends with managers get away with a lot more than other employees. Some managers disregard FMLA laws and HR nor the union have any control over them.
If you are looking for a high stress job with little to no recognition, then Clark County is for you.
Benefits and Salary
HR and Union do not look out for the employee, managers have free reign to do anything with no consequences
This county job had great benefits and retirement plan
Legal Office Assistant/Deputy Clerk (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 25, 2015
As a Legal Office Assistant/Deputy Clerk, this county job had great benefits and retirement plan. Many of my coworkers were excellent to work with. I met some very talented people while working at the county.
Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 30, 2013
I thoroughly enjoyed working there. It provided me with a good summer job to balance sports with. My management was super helpful in getting me to fully understand my skills and in practicing them to make sure I didn't forget how to do anything. The hardest part of my job was making sure that little children were reminded of the rules so that they didn't get hurt or hurt some one else.
Meeting new people and know how to respond under pressure
Office Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 12, 2013
Interacting with my customers, I learned something new almost everyday about Facilities Maintenance very interesting. The Management Team very supportive and knowledgeable. Coworkers very nice and team players fun to work with. The hardest part is, procedure changes, they changed frequently. But at the end of the day, not so bad because some changes are good, made things interesting. The most enjoyable part is the monthly birthday celebrations, everyone in the division is included and fun to interact with everyone for a couple of hours one day a month.
Program Assistant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 6, 2013
Highly motivated individual with minimal sales experience, devoted to maintaining high standards and quality performance. Leadership and supervisory experience with union workers, excellent communication skills, organizational qualities, effective problem solving abilities.