worked with multiple organizations that helped people of all ages and race. the management team worked from the heart. the co-workers enjoyed what they did and that made it a fun office. hardest part is moving up from within, no one leaves. most enjoyable part the office of health promotion and substance abuse prevention was a team all women and no cat fight if you can believe that we had fun and my manager was on of two managers I hated to leave even thought it was a great career move.
Set schedule of client interviews with heavy data entry. Co-workers and Management team are knowledgeable and helpful for the most part. The clients are rude and many have a sense of entitlement. Overall stressful job with little sense of accomplishment at the end of the day.
Unit Counselor (Former Employee) – Lebanon, OH (CAS) – August 3, 2017
Do do personal needs I need to leave the company at the time. There was a family emergency that required me to take personal time off and since I was in my probationary period it was not possible for me to deal with the demands of the job, and deal with the death of my younger brother.
Mandatory overtime shifts arfter working 8 to 12 hours at times
Team Work, and being able to help young people get their life in order
Public Safety Emergency Communications Supervisor (Current Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – July 28, 2017
Fast paced 911 center. Extremely high job security however there is also a big turnover rate. Excellent pay for the position and education required. Several increments within first 3 years. If willing to work overtime, can make far more than base salary. Get weeks of guaranteed leave. Amount of weeks depends on years in. Can take additional time off if staffing allows on top of guaranteed leave.
Paid lunch time. Excellent benefits. Excellent pay. Can get time off if staffing allows.
High turnover rate. Can be forced to work overtime.
Firefighter/ Rescuer (Current Employee) – Takoma Park, MD – July 26, 2017
As an 11 year veteran of the Montgomery County, MD Fire and rescue service. I must say that I have certainly choose the best career in the world. Excelent department with plenty of opportunity to advance and promote. Tons of training options and specialized teams to join. Team oriented environment and support system. Tremendous management and support team.
Career advancement, Vacation time and benefits package
Working with Families who require early intervention. Provide heart to heart listening and communication to hear the need of each family. Run daily, weekly, monthly reports and maintain records, files and database for intake department. Go above and Beyond to provide assistance and support with excellent customer services to families with their children. Conduct community outreach to ensure awareness of program and services to referring providers such as pediatricians, community agencies and other government programs. Maintains a follow-up system for prospective clients and community partners via follow-up letters and phone calls. More duties as days goes, each day is different.
Exercise Science Intern (Former Employee) – Wayne, PA – July 16, 2017
There was always a place for growth there and I did find it. All of my managers and supervisors were genuinely great people. They would always come together with you to solve any issue or any problem. Overall Great experience working there.
Good equipment all tools and supplies needed are supplied for jobs
Traffic Signal Technician level 2 (Current Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – July 13, 2017
Commissioner keeps a clean facility and nice fleet of vehicles and equipment to work with management fixes issues in facility or among employees quickly very efficiently I'm proud to work for a place that works like a well oiled machine and in my job I have a large variety of tasks which keeps me interested
Senior Account Clerk (Former Employee) – Fonda, NY – June 9, 2017
i had an opportunity to serve in Public Health with both older people and the health/education for children. The Treasurer's office was very busy and dynamic. Probation was part of the Court system and a very busy with the numerous crime and youth cases.
OHR does not value its employees. Instead they seek to repeal and replace persons who do hard work. Slackers are rewarded for non-performance. The Deputy Director of Employee & Labor Relations does not value the team members. There is no mutual respect and the organization fosters cronyism.
Bus Operator (Current Employee) – Rockville, MD – April 30, 2017
I am a bus operator for 17+ years.good driving skills and a knowledge of defensive driving techniques. The ability to work with people from a range of backgrounds. a friendly and courteous manner,knowledge of public order on the bus while performing normal driving duties vary with given assignment,but may include.check the operating condition of the bus before starting on the route.
A great place to work with a lot of variety in job responsibilities
DGS (Current Employee) – Rockville, MD – April 25, 2017
The benefits are outstanding. The work is very challenging. I have a fair amount of autonomy in my job. There is a wide amount of variety in my job responsibilities. My colleagues are very professional. There is a good amount of teamwork.