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Overall great benefits- poor communication within departments.
TRANSIT BUDDY COORDINATOR (Current Employee), Oceanside, CAMarch 25, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: grant funded program- it eventually comes to an end.
The position is a "feel good". You go home most days knowing you've touched another person and your clients truly appreciate you. Fast paced and you get to meet a lot of new people.
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Fun place to work
Coach Operator (Former Employee), Oceanside, CAFebruary 17, 2014
Pros: out on the road nice, meeting all types of people.
Cons: too much politics. too much gossiping.
Fun place to work, however to much politics and backstabbering, a few Managers incharge forgot where they started as an Operator, and now that they are in upper Mgmt. they they treat u as an outcast
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Marketing Representative (Current Employee), Oceanside, CAOctober 5, 2013
Good people providing important service to community. Co-workers are good. Management needs improving. Typical challenges of a public agency that relies on public funding.
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NCTD is a great company that provides efficient public transporation
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Oceanside, CAJune 23, 2013
Pros: working with all age groups and helping them with their transportation needs. extremely rewarding
Cons: no opportunity for full-time permanent employment
A typical day at work would be following up with people interested in discussing via phone or email the travel transporation programs available through the NCTD. Mailing applications and/or receiving applications and opening them and processing them. I work with a great bunch of women who are very adept at their jobs. The hardest part of my job is not – more... being able to find a program suitable for the clients that need specific help.

The most enjoyable thing about my job is to have feedback that I met their expectations and gave them the help they needed. – less