Substitute Teacher (Former Employee) – Hemet, CA 92545 – June 11, 2017
The fellow teachers are good people but not always the friendliest. They will always answer any question you have, just don't expect a conversation with them if you're a substitute. Some of the administrations are less than helpful towards substitutes. Numerous times I would have a completely hostile and disruptive student sent back into the room to start all over again.
Preschool Teacher (Current Employee) – Hemet, CA – May 18, 2017
Hemet Unified is an excellent place to work. I have enjoyed all of my 12 years with this company. It is nice to be off when my children were off during breaks. It is nice to be able to plan a vacation and know you will be able to carry out your plans.
Tahquitz AVID Tutor (Current Employee) – Hemet, CA – May 8, 2017
It's a beautiful place to meet coworkers that value higher education as you do. I always enjoy coming to work here. I learned how to be able to maintain professionalism and still be able to connect with the students academically and help better their education for the better. Average day of work is helping out students that are struggling with tutorials, followed by grading their participation, and, if time permits, talk to students about their grades with other classes and how to improve them, or grade their binders.
The atmosphere was always welcoming and it was exciting workplace and have learned a lot
Food Handler (Former Employee) – Hemet, CA – April 20, 2017
Working here was a very good experience I learned a lot with this being one of my first jobs. It was always welcoming. I learned a lot about many different types of jobs rather than just how to do one job.
Custodian / Grounds / Warehouse (Former Employee) – Hemet, CA – March 25, 2017
Great position to be at Hemet Unifited School District. You get to work alongside a work team to do and finish projects and work schedules. Hardest part of the job is the intense laboring and constantly on your feet all day. The most enjoyable part of working at Hemet Unified School District are the friends and security.
Head Start Policy Committee Representative (Former Employee) – Hemet, CA – January 25, 2017
Represent the children and families of the the Head Start program, currently participating in shared decisions concerning program design and implementation As a designated Policy Committee Rep, we work in partnership with management staff to review and make decisions to approve or disapprove on all policies and procedures.
Substitute Asst. Storekeeper/Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Hemet, CA – December 20, 2016
Various duties: Supervise students before/during/after school. Provide routine instructional assistance. Supervise elementary/middle school students during lunch/playground periods. Assist special education students to/during/from school bus.
Supervision Aide/Office Support (Former Employee) – Hemet, CA – August 22, 2016
Monitor children during lunch and recess. The hardest part of my job was watching so many kids put food in their pockets so they would be able to eat dinner. My co-workers and I worked well together. We always sat down after our shift was over to go over things we saw, heard, and what we could do to help these kids.
Working at the school my daughter attended
Having to have the children play in 112+ degree weather
Good job with some great people and some not so great.
Intensive Behavior Intervention Assisatnt (Former Employee) – Hemet, CA – June 30, 2016
Working for Hemet Unified was good while it lasted. Though the management environment wasn't always conducive to productivity. that being said nearly all the staff were great hardworking people who really cared about the job. Some days were tough then others and student in that environment are not always easy to handle, but on a good day everything went smoothly and cleanly.
Child Welfare and Attendance Specialist (Current Employee) – Hemet, CA – March 8, 2016
Interview students individually and with families to determine what services would best address their needs. Advise students/parents on community resources, made referrals and devised realistic treatment plans. Communicate with Public social and welfare agencies to obtain and provide information. Present case history material for review and discussion with other staff members. Write petitions, court reports, case plans and other legal documents. Developed workable solutions for recurring problems for individuals and families. Manage caseloads and act as an advocate for students. Maintain thorough case history records and write detailed reports
Set hours and Monday through Friday. Great benefits.
Custodian (Current Employee) – Hemet, CA – January 22, 2016
Not sure about every campus but my campus is awesome. Nice to have set work schedule and weekends off. School districts are not always easy to get into without experience but once in opportunities are endless.