Out door life, in the woods, accomodating the public, fishing, hiking,
Jackson County junior park ranger (Former Employee) – Ashland, OR – November 10, 2013
I maintained the Howard Prairie Campground, maintained the boats, cleaned the bathrooms, operated a tractor per the Ranger's instructions, assisting in firewood availability, sold gasoline and propane to customers, rented boats,
I also did some picking up of trash at the other Jackson County Campgrounds around Howard Prairie Lake
Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Medford, OR – February 20, 2017
The job I was hired for was Customer Service Specialist......which fit my skill set. To my sorrow, I found that helping customers is the least important requirement of the job. I was asked to stop building rapport with customers, as it was not necessary, and to keep my voice down and my natural ebullience under wraps. I tried very hard to comply with these demands, but ended up being fired during my probationary period.....with no reason given.
Beach Manager (Current Employee) – Lees Summit, MO – June 30, 2016
Easy job with continuation and advancement opportunities if you will do the work. Tend to make additional rules mid-season that nobody likes and nobody gets a chance to object to. Middle of the day shifts that make it hard to plan anything around. Tend to hire the first people to apply out of fear for not getting enough applicants because the pay is below average by as much as $3.00/hr. This results in the same poor quality workers getting hired repeatedly because they applied and passed a drug and background test. The culture is one of laziness and insubordination because the direct supervisors have no real authority over their employees and their supervisors refuse to fire anyone because they are too afraid of not having enough workers. However, they are great people, easy to talk to, and attempt to resolve any facility maintenance issues promptly. If you are willing to put up with the bad apples, there are still some good apples here as well.
Occasional Free Lunches, Relaxed Environment
Lazy employees, NO authority over employees or patrons
Correction Officer (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 2, 2016
My typical work day, I get to work go to my assigned post, I do well being checks on inmates every 25 minutes, I do bunk inspections, escort inmates to other parts of the facility. I write reports, I do daily stats, etc. The management is okay, there is still alot of work that needs to happen within the facility, we are very short staffed, the hardest part of the job is the long hours, and not knowing whats going to happen on a day to day basis, because inmates are very unpredictable. The most enjoyable part of the job is some of my co-workers.
health insurance, vision and dental, all the days off.
sometimes no breaks, very short staffed, long hours.
Jackson County was a great place to work. They were very family oriented which helped when the kids were younger.
Deputy Tax Assessor Clerk, Appraiser, Mapping (Former Employee) – Pascagoula, MS – September 29, 2014
A typical day at work consisted of assisting customers with questions about their homestead exemption, property taxes and their appraisal value. I have learned so much about my customers and taking the extra time to help them in every which way I could. I would always go above and beyond ensuring they understood everything to the fullest. I would say the hardest part of the job was some of the schooling which required a lot of studying but was worth it. I enjoyed my customers the most. When they came in ranting and raving I always tried to make them smile and understand the situation.
Worked as a family and enjoyed meeting some many people.
Foster Parent (Former Employee) – Winder, GA – February 21, 2013
I worked 2 different positions for Jackson county. As a foster parent and then later as a Court Appointed Special Advocate. It was fullfilling and rewarding. I enjoyed it very much. If I had not needed to move I would still be there.
you get attached tot he children and have to let them go