Secretary (Current Employee) – East Parkway – July 1, 2015
The advantage to working for the County if job security. However, there is little room for advancement and salary increases are few and far between. Those looking for long-term, stable employment, would be happy here.
Building Security Attendant (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 15, 2015
Overall a good place to work. The environment is professional but still on the lighter side. In addition the people you meet and work with are some of the best. Everyone is ready to help in whatever way they can.
Intense place to work, being with mentally challenge cliients.
Mental Health Worker (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA 95817 – February 19, 2015
Typical day at work is making sure that the client you are in charge is safe and that they are not hurting themselves are anyone else. i learned that people can be help with their problems.Management wasmore... not always available, but we had a direct supervisor. I worked with a great bunch of people, we had to be a team, because of the danger of our job. The hardest part of the job was watching people lose hope for their lives. less
Childcare Provider (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – December 4, 2013
A typical day at work included prepping breakfast, lunch, and snacks for the kids. Making sure that they have free time to enjoy themselves. Changing diapers. The hardest part of the job is finding way to keep the children entertained. The most enjoyable part of babysitting was watching the kids grow and develop.
Legal Transcriptionist (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 12, 2013
With assignments in place for the day, a manager might assign you to a different task. However, another manager might come behind that one and ask that you sit that assignment aside and prioritize hismore... needs. Both managers have put you in a position of disadvantage.
I really enjoyed working with the Probation officers as well as the clerical staff. The entire office staff would work together to help each other complete tasks, if needed. On holidays, we would have food catered in for everyone. less
Render a much needed service in the care of infirmed in Sacramento county.
Personal Care Attendant (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 20, 2012
I have 3 clients that I care for. Each has different needs and a different level of care.What i have learned to manage is my time with each one . I attempt to give the highest level of care possible inmore... the time given.Whether it is a trip to the market to do the shopping,or standing by while a client is having chemotherapy and trying to ease their tensions. I give them my best.The most enjoyable part of this job is caring for my clients and giving them what they need. The hardest part is knowing that one or two are suffering and not being able to fix the problem. Management is great and supportive on all levels. I have learn to do my best and that I can't fix everything all the time. less
A clean, newer state of the art work shop that is a pleasent enviornment.
Tire Repairer (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 23, 2012
I love my job. I love being a heavy-equipment tireman, however after doing this job for over 20 years my back and body needs a break. I am attending Sacramento State University in hopes of earning my BAmore... degree so that I will be able to transfer to a less labor intensive job, one that will allow me to walk upright and not wake up in the morning in chronic lower back pain. I'm not ashamed to work in a office/supervisory job, it's just as admirable and dignified as working strenuosly on a concrete shop floor. The hardest part of my job consist of bending over and picking up 200 pound tires. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I am able to perform my Local 39, International Brotherhood of Operating Engineers shop stewart duties, this gives me a chance to assist my coworkers in myriad ways, most of them positive. less
$250 per year safety boot allowance
extremely politically correct environment. you must guard your every thought, words and actions, no matter how small or innocent.