special education teacher (Current Employee) – Norcross, GA – January 5, 2016
I am considered and respected as a professional. I focus on building positive relationships with children and their families. I collaborate effectively with colleagues and I can depend and seek support from the administration. The rest is preparation, organization, implementation and reflection. I can adapt teaching based on each child learning style. I focus on strengths to improve and overcome weaknesses. I believe that all children can learn. I adjust and differentiate teaching in order to engage and challenge. It is a extremely rewarding career. I encourage parents to partner with me on this. Teaching and learning to the highest potential is the ultimate goal!
It's VERY rewarding when you see children engaged and learning.
Central Office Custodian (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – December 30, 2015
I work with a great group of people. The job is very family oriented to me. We all seem to work well together by helping and covering for one another when need. The hardest part of the day is only when we are very short staffed. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with a hard working person such as yourself.
Material Handler/Lead and Logistics Specialist (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – November 14, 2015
A typical day would be to meet with my co-workers to explain what needed to be done that day, keep up with the logistics, help pick, process, receive, ship, and make sure inventory was correct, communicate with government employees, and lead a department. I learned that the harder you worked the farther you would go. Management was great, the best I ever had; as long as you did your job then you would be fine. Co-workers were also great, I couldn't have asked for better ones. The hardest part of the job was dealing with disgruntled people that had a mistake on an order. The most enjoyable part was knowing that I did my best and managed people that I respected and they respected me, and our worked positively reflected that.
Food Assistant (Former Employee) – Suwanee, GA – November 11, 2015
prepare foods for teachers and students, cashier, clean. I learned how to make sure we met all safety requirements when preparing foods and while serving it. We worked as a team and I met a lot of nice people. At the end of the day trying to get the milk order done while trying to get my other chores done. The most enjoyable part was working with the children.
Very fun place to work. Love being able to help the children!
SCHOOL CLINIC NURSE (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – October 30, 2015
I really enjoy working at the school, but it does get boring at times. It is not fast paced enough for me at times. I love working with the students when they are sick and or hurt. I do get to spend a lot of time with the special education students ( which I really enjoy). The only down fall to this posistion is that it is not fast paced enough for me. I like to be doing a job that is demanding most of my day if not all of it. I enjoy being in an environment that you don't know what might walk through the front door at any given time.
Human Resources Coordinator (Current Employee) – Suwanee, GA – October 17, 2015
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EBD Itinerant Paraprofessional (Current Employee) – Suwanee, GA – September 27, 2015
I have found a job I enjoy and am challenged by within the field of behavior. I love that I am able to travel and serve a new school every few weeks. This nomadic job allows me to keep my head free from politics. I enjoy being able to set and/or implement plans for a child that the school staff is unable to handle on their own and witness the morphing of behaviors as a result of the correct plan being carried out. Many of the children I deal with on a day-to-day basis have tragic histories, are misunderstood by their peers, family and even by themselves when their mental illness overpowers their ability to control their emotions or behaviors.
Each new case I work on teaches me a little more about humans, cognition, emotions and behavior as I work with children with different manifestations of various disabilities. I am able to establish a personal connection with each child as I become the person they can trust because I am non-judgmental towards what others view as what separates them from the rest of the students.
The most difficult part of my job is trying to get other people to see what I see in each child I work with or sending a child back to an environment that I know is not conducive towards their mental health well-being.
Travel, Politic-free, My boss trusts me, Learn about new conditions, Positive reflection in school and home behaviors
No breaks, Salary compensation, Train staff that are paid more than me, Life-threatening and dangerous
Teacher (Former Employee) – Snellville, GA – September 21, 2015
I spent 30+ years in the school system at various elementary, middle, and secondary schools. I was able to explore many teaching methods across a number of fields and was able to contribute effectively to scores of students.
Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Snellville, GA – September 8, 2015
The company is great to work for with many benefits. You get the advantage of learning the city along with bonding with the students. it is a job where everyone pull together and help out. The support meetings among the new and advance drivers helps out with how to cope with certain situations. There are many fun activities plan throughout the year to get co-works engaging with one another, and getting to share different ideas that one may need, and I find that to be helping as well. There are room for growth in the company for anyone to desire to move forward up and take with they know to the next level. The training is very helping for a person coming into that particular work environment and do not have any experience in the field.
working in the heat, with no air conditioning on the buses
School Nutrition Program Worker (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – August 27, 2015
I would come in at 6 am and start prep for morning breakfast. Worked in a fast-pace work space and area. We would start serving breakfast at 6:45 am - 7:30 am for the students and staff. After that, we would take a 15-20 mini-break to eat breakfast ourselves. Then we would prep for the lunch menu for that day. I would gather the items I need to be at the station to make my portion for the day. Lunch started at 10:40 am - 1:10 pm. We served about 3500 students and 140 staff.
Administrative Assistant/Bus Manager (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – August 5, 2015
I have learned alot these past 8 years with Gwinnett County Public schools. Great work enviroment with friendly people. Their was no hard part to this job but their was challenges. What is a job without challenges.. That is alway welcome to me.