Assistant F&B Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 23, 2017
It was a challenging job, yet I could see my ability and advancement in my career. I loved my team and life in New York City. It was a big step of faith to become a manager and managed people. But I love it!
PORTER (Former Employee) – 710 Park – April 20, 2017
My experience working at the job was amazing, as years went by I felt that all the years that I was there didn't feel like that when I was there in the beginning. During the time of my interview I will explain.
Helping the tenants, and maintaing the building clean and productive.
Didnt get the help I needed during the time of need.
Park and Forestry Maintenance Helper (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – January 10, 2017
clock in time at 6 AM it's time to work. The supervisor give our Crew leader the assignment(work order). We must follow every thing in order on our work order.when sun rise we have to start loading up the tools on the trucks. As the Drivers pre-trip and check everything on the truck in orders. We go out on the site then we see whocut and who gotta trim. usually the less experience people on our crew do the trimming. The most hardest part at my job is the special assignment orders the Mayor give us we gotta drop and go finish the park, island, or freeway berm first in decent time.
40 minute lunches
bathroom stops, getting to the site early, no breaks during overtime
Fun place to work due to the clientele you deal with.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Slade, KY – October 2, 2016
This company has been around for 14 years. They own three successful stores in Kentucky. Very nice owner and managers. The owner try to meet and greet with every employee to know them on a personal level. Good pay for the work that is required.
Recovery Specialist/Case Manager (Former Employee) – Ft. Wayne, IN – August 17, 2016
I worked for Park Ctr Inc for 7 yrs, I was able to work in my field of study as a Case Manger, Recovery Specialist assisting client with everyday ADL, shopping, visiting needed Dr's appointments. and all that applies in the communty. Attended staffing for clients reporting increase or decrease in behaviors. Writing treatment plans for the State including the needs of implemention for clients.Ensuring there is stability as clients live on their own.
Valet Attendant (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – August 4, 2016
This was one of the best/ worst jobs I ever had. the Valet company that didn't allow you to take tips and work attendance was not enforced ever. that's why this company lost all of there contracts in Knoxville.
Valet Parking (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – July 6, 2016
when working in these areas acquired an experience to value people and tasks performed in empresas.Me like interacting with people. I like being part of a esquipo seeking out a task ahead. I consider myself a positive person, willing to face challenges to grow as a company and as a person. hablo Spanish mas que ingles.
Some days were better than others, but it was good to see so many smiling customers.
Janitor, Six Flags White Water (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – April 19, 2016
This was my 1st job and i'll always be grateful for it. A days work would have me sore, but there was always a moment that left me laughing. I learned that when your hard work isn't acknowledged that should motivate you to work even harder. The short breaks was a con, but seeing everyone smiling everyday was a pro.
Area Manager (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – March 8, 2016
Park Inc. was a good job, one of those jobs where what you put into it was essentially equal to what you get out. The management structure is good, with both centralized management at company HQ and strong leadership at satellite sites.
i didnt think that driving in circles all day would be interesting ..but it had its Perks . you met different types of people some business peoples some families its interesting just to listen to how some of the rest of the world talks and thinks
Work was very rewarding at times always had something new you would have to learn.
Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – September 23, 2015
Working for Splash Lagoon Indoor Waterpark and Resort was fun at times but some days you would really have to be on your guard. Reason for being on your guard some days is being a lifeguard when you have lots of little children in an area at one time always had you up on your feet. I also worked in park services which was enjoyable however the pay was not the greatest.
Comps for food, always getting days of when requested