This job is good for someone that don't really need to work. This a good job for people that's retired, students, stay at home moms. This not so beneficial for people that need to really provide for themselves or families.
Its a great place to work. It is a very family friendly place of employment. Your able to attend work daily with little to no stress. Sometimes the hard part is when you have vacation and when you come back there is just a build up of work.
Professional and Campus Library Specialist (Former Employee) – Humble, TX – May 24, 2017
I found the day to day activities of running both libraries challenging yet enjoyable. My favorite part of running the library's was the research and ordering of books for the students as well as the district personnel. As an avid reader myself, this was my favorite part of the job. Maintaining the campus and library websites were a challenge as the software program we used was not always user friendly, yet with constant perseverance, I made it work. Keeping the websites up to date was always important as I believe outdated information was not professional and a waste of time for the end user to have to muddle through. Working with the teachers and students was challenging. I had to carefully navigate the various personalities of each to meet their immediate needs. The hardest aspect of the job was having to navigate the constant change of supervisor changes. This generally occurred when the library was moved to different locations, which happened three times, which necessitated a change in supervisor roles or upper level management made district wide changes to departments. I had planned on retiring out of the district, but had to make the hard decision to leave a job I enjoyed.
Teachers, campus staff, and students
Constant change of supervisor and leadership roles.
Para Educator Special Education (Current Employee) – Humble, TX – May 22, 2017
Love working with the children, most co-workers are great, but administration could use some changes to benefit employees. Could use better training strategies to help employees understand some of the job expectations.
Para Educator (Former Employee) – Humble, TX – April 24, 2017
This was a great job working with K-5 and helping the children to reach their potential growth in learning. I worked with small groups and helped with reading and math. Teachers and staff are wonderful!
RN (Current Employee) – Humble, TX – March 6, 2017
I have worked for Humble ISD for 12 years. I love the people and my job. The nursing staff is an outstanding group to work with and our nursing coordinator is a great advocate for both children and nurses. It is a privilege to work for this district.
Special needs Para educator (Former Employee) – Humble, TX – February 14, 2017
Great place to work the compensation is good. My only complaint is the management seemed very petty and immature. Great benefits with paid vacation and sick leave. Also the opportunity to make comp time.
I developed as a person-not just a worker-while employed with Humble ISD. I became a leader, a better communicator, and a relationship builder. I started work here as a 5th grade teacher of only 2 years of prior experience and left as a Science Coordinator for my campus. I learned how to be a lesion between administration and teachers in the trenches. I developed teams and helped struggling students and teachers acquire success. Nothing about being a teacher or a coordinator is typical except that time always marches on. The most enjoyable part of my day was working with students in small groups or helping teachers by working side-by-side with them while teaching. Hardest part was keeping spirits up, hearing the negative, and seeing the frustration of others. Teaching isn't easy and many teachers came to me to vent. I built rapport with teachers, students, parents, volunteers, district personnel, and admin. I learned to work with the community and build programs that furthered the education of students and teachers. Humble ISD is a great district to work for!
You are with students in the classroom all day. They are always really interested in what you have to say, especially since you're a substitute. The teachers in the other classes are always very helpful and very nice. The support the school district provides is immense.
Custodian (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 30, 2015
Coming in for duty and report to the cafeteria. Empty trash and clean table for the next class to sit down and have lunch. Once assigned tables are empty; pull table up and sweep in the area. Mop the entire cafeteria and take out the trash.