Bilingual Education Instructor (Former Employee), Long Beach, CA – October 24, 2013
Pros: talking to parents
Cons: long summers
LBUSD; the perfect job for the perfect time; my job was educating children of Spanish background. enjoyed talking to parents & given the advice to better the student to excel in their daily activities.
Recreation Aide (Current Employee), Long Beach, CA – July 26, 2013
Pros: pleasant staff and fresh air.
Cons: more work hours would be nice.
Arrive at the school campus. Check area for any safety concerns on campus. Go to the office and speak with staff regarding any bell schedule changes. Sign in and go out to the playground facility. Prepare for the children to arrive and prepare area for lunch / play. Supervise and assist the children as needed.
Program Leader (Former Employee), Long Beach, CA – July 5, 2013
Supervision of children ages 5-11 and provide them with homework assistance. Plan, supervise and implement the lessons for academic enrichment, extracurricular activities and other after school activities.
School Counseling Intern (Former Employee), Long Beach, CA – July 1, 2013
As a school counseling intern, I conducted guidance lessons pertaining to career choice and college curriculum, provided intervention counseling for at-risk youth, facilitated and coordinated the male academy, followed district requirements and mandates, and organized and supervised the transition work program for special education classrooms.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee), Long Beach, CA – June 28, 2013
Pros: great place to work and for advancement
Cons: you must work part-time for a over a yr.
Same as Compton Unified School District. I only worked part-time here, but had full-time benefits I learned that washing a tremendous amount of dishes by hand is not good for your back or hands. Management great Co-workers great Washing dishing by hand. (lots of them) Overall this is a great place to work and learn.
Nutrition Service Worker (Current Employee), Long Beach, CA – May 29, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: work hours are minimum and work 10 months out of the year
My previous assignment I worked in a 2 week rotation. Starts off assisting co worker preparing taking necessary food items according to assigned production sheet for Nutrition in the morning on a wireless food cart. Students put their pin numbers I serve there food item of choice (breakfast item) juice milk fruit. Also work wireless cart during lunch – more... hours which includes food entree milk juice and fruit condiments included. I helped train new employees. Working as a Nutrition Service Worker is a quick pace job and easy strong teamwork and math skills. Also alot of patience. – less
Instructional Aide for Special Needs Students (Former Employee), Long Beach, CA – April 19, 2013
Pros: free breakfast once a month
Cons: no benefits, bad management, bad organization
This job itself was a very rewarding one. Helping special education students succeed is a feeling like no other, but the organization at the school I was at was terrible. The politics on the job made it hard to move up and get respect at the school. The job was stressful at times, but it did have it's great moments. I learned a lot about patience with – more... children and adults and how to make a difference in someone's life. Everyday I was would go into the classes I was assigned and assist the teachers and students with their classwork. It was my job to make sure the students were on task, understanding the material, and following the classroom rules. I also helped to mentor the students if they had any social or home problems. – less
Teacher (Former Employee), Long Beach, CA – February 27, 2013
Pros: students and other staff
• Follow professional practices consistent with school and system policies when working with students, records, parents, and colleagues as an educator. • Work cooperatively and collectively with school administrators, special support personnel, colleagues, and parents. • Participate in professional development opportunities and apply concepts to the – more... classroom and school activities. • Assume the responsible role in meeting the school’s student achievement goals, including academic gains of students assigned to the class. – less