Working in the county area is very outgoing place where you could enter act with clients and with wht wrokers
Volunteer Worker (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – January 23, 2015
A typical day at work is when I arrive the people that work there welcome you with a great smile and greats you with respect. What I learn in the Los Angeles County was about medical records being patient with the clients and talk to them with respect. My co-worker where to fun to work with because they were treated me with respect and they thought me every single detail about their work. The hardest part was seeing the client that some of them they didn't have any where to live. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my co-worker all together.
Working for Los Angeles County was an amazing experience.
Student Worker (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – January 18, 2015
Pros: great work environment, flexible schedule, easy commute
Cons: no benefits, little opportunity for promotion.
A typical day at work would start with scanning incoming mail and distributing the documents throughout the office. I answered the phone and assisted attorneys and petitioners with any questions they had regarding the appeal process. I learned a lot about the County of Los Angeles, the functions of the Board of Supervisors, and what the deadlines were for filing certain documents and appeals in Superior Court.
I could not have asked for better management with the Commission. Everyone in the office worked in sync with each other and or day would go by much faster and more enjoyable. This was important because our day-to-day tasks were always the same so we would keep each other sane.
The hardest part of the job was leaving. It took me a long time to make my decision, but it was time for me to move on and focus on my future.
Pool Manager (Current Employee), Los Angeles, CA – January 5, 2015
Supervised the facility, the programs, and staff, which included filing reports and having cash handling duties, and creating the work schedules to ensure proper lifeguard coverage was met; also resolved any conflicts between the staff or patrons, as well as acting as the main communicator between the pool staff and the park staff. Made sure the staff and myself, kept up with the department’s level of training, certifications and the facility was up to the Health Codes and maintained inventory of supplies.
Clinic Nurse and Supervisor, Registry nurse (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – December 17, 2014
A lot of patients but in the end JOBs are done OK, I basically worked as one of the registry nurses and in my time I am the longest able to stay for 4 years, the staff are friendly, good working environment,lots of food, lots of doctors
SENIOR TELEPHONE REPAIR OPERATOR (Current Employee), Downey, CA – September 29, 2014
Pros: job security. benefits. overtime
Cons: short staff.
My day consist of approximately 50 to 90 calls from Los Angeles County employee who are having phone problems, It is my job to determine who will be dispatched out according to the complain. My unit has been short staff for over 5 years. I work and average of 48 hours a week sue to my section being a 24/7 facility. I have four immediate co-workers and I work well with all my co-workers. My job is very secure and stable and I would recommend this jib to others.
Accountant I/Accountant II (Former Employee), Commerce, CA – September 22, 2014
Los Angeles County is a good place to work at. The benefits are great. It's a very laid back atmosphere where as long as you complete your assignments on time, no one bothers you. I had very nice co-workers and management was okay.