Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – October 3, 2016
File folders for Department of Health Administration, photocopying reports, prepare new cases for CAL-Works & Medi-Cal programes, translate Ukrainian & Russian files as needed, assist other office assistants translate Slavic files.
Communications and Media Officer Intern (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – May 17, 2016
My only complaint is that I wish I could have done more. Sometimes it felt like there were so many departments and supervisors to coordinate with and get approval from that I felt ready to go but was still waiting for the green light.
Dedicated Public Health Nurses are a joy to work with!
Supervising Public Health Nurse Supervisor/Mgr (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – January 10, 2016
Providing leadership to staff and providing health education to the public in various arenas has been/is very rewarding professionally. The County allowed me various opportunities to develop my skills in doing just that!
Provided financial security while also allowing me to help children and families.
Social Worker (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – October 20, 2015
Working for Sacramento County was challenging at best. We handled at least 45 caseloads at a time and the work was never completed. I learned to be flexible and patient and to not have expectations about any given day. The hardest art of the job was dealing with the politics and the best part was helping the kids.
Salary; working with and advocating for children/teens.
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 was 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.
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.