Fiscal Specialist/Supervisor (Current Employee), Athens, GA – July 16, 2014
Cons: cost of health care, no raises consistantly
The job is a continuously changing job. Working with grants, regulations change, monitoring and auditing is a daily activity. Being a liason between different departments and leaders in the district. Supervising staff and helping employees with pay/health insurance/leave problems. My co-workers are wonderful and I love being around the children. The – more... hardest part of my job is to decide the most critical pieces to be completed first – less
Cafeteria worker (Current Employee), Athens, GA – June 25, 2014
Pros: free food
Cons: different attitudes of kids
great environment with coworkers. managers fair and listen problems. typical day set up for breakfast break it down then set up for lunch. hardest day is cleaning and preparing for next day. most enjoyable is serving food to the kids.
Pros: receiving many accolades for a job well done.
Cons: not being able to help all children.
Working in the school district, made me appreciate all educators. Educators are not given enough credit for what they have to endure. You MUST have the patience and passion when it comes to being an educator. Teaching is not for everyone. Working in the school district allowed me to have even greater respect for teacher. It's also what motivated me – more... to go back to school and get a degree. I loved working with the children. Watching there little faces light up when you arrive and teaching them how to become independent was heart warming and fulfilling. I've never ever felt more gratified until I started working with children. Knowing that I've played a part in a child's life regarding what he/she has been taught or have accomplished is very self-rewarding. I truly truly enjoy working with children. – less
Staff (Former Employee), Athens, GA – May 16, 2014
Good hours and good benefits. But not much beyond that. They purchased a computer for every student but did not update the network to support the increase. Nor did they add additional staff to support these. The students break the computers and there are no parts to repair them. Lots of frustration from teachers, students, and support staff. Management – more... completely out of touch with what is needed in the classroom. – less
Custodian (Former Employee), Athens, GA – May 15, 2014
Clean offices, meeting chambers and recreational facilities. Perform and/or report minor maintenance repairs. Maintain storage areas and cleaning equipment, materials and supplies in a safe and orderly manner in order to ensure the safety of staff and the public..
Substitute Teacher (Current Employee), Athens, GA – August 22, 2013
Staff was wonderful Children were awesome The hardest part was leaving when my kids had a bad day and I had to leave a note with their room teacher I enjoyed teaching all the kids,I actually learned as well... day started between 745-800 as my kids walked in and we greeted each other...
DIR RECRUITMENT, RETENTION, SAFETY, & RISK MGMT (Former Employee), Athens, GA – May 14, 2013
The upper level administration has lost site of the bottom line (children and families) and utilizes fear as the primary management technique for faculty and staff. It is difficult for teachers to create a positive learning environment when they are being treated unfair.
Teacher's Assistant (Current Employee), Athens, GA – June 14, 2012
Provide quality education to children in schools, and help with classroom management, such as preparing the classroom for the day and helping with classroom discipline. Helped with clerical needs such as grading papers, filing student work and making copies of worksheets. Skills also provided were working with children in a structured setting. Maintained – more... the ability to work with teachers, administrators support staff and parents. Fill-in for teacher in the event of their absence; maintain classroom and role of teacher. – less
Afterschool counselor (Former Employee), Athens, GA – March 26, 2012
Pros: great coworkers, and management
Getting the kids after school, taking attendance and helping with homework, monitoring the kids playing outside and scheduling game/gym time to play. Management was very fair and understanding with scheduling and a pleasure to be around. Hardest part of the job was keeping your head count with the kids as they leave for the day. I loved working here – more... because you get to bond with the kids and play with them after helping them with homework. – less