Service Desk Superviser (Former Employee) – Moses Lake, WA – May 23, 2016
This company was a good place to work for, however, management styles varied. The strategic positions changed about 6 times in 7 years. The IT department specifically had 4 Directors in 7 years and each one had their vision of how the IT department should function. Upper management, kept passing the IT department between VP's and consistency and goals were constantly redirected. Stability was lacking due to ever shifting conditions and support at Executive company management or executive department management. Lack of pay for lower level support resulted in lack of experienced technicians and ability to perform tasks to satisfaction. Department staff, was slightly higher then department management in terms of head count. Managers were expected to wear many hats that ate up far more time then they had day, resulting in large deficits in the ability to manage effectively. The benefits also dwindle from year to year going from a great self insured company to marginal. Job and career progression for IT staff was stagnant.
Good bonus, ok medical benefits, OK vacation accrual
Trainer (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – March 18, 2016
A typical work day would involve training young children in basic soccer skills. It was my job to teach them new things while still making their experience fun. I loved working with children and helping them mature and grow as people and as soccer players.
Head Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – June 30, 2015
watching patrons and enforcing the pool rules while also directing the other lifeguards. being a headguard at the Frisco rec center is a great job that will teach anyone how to be an effective member of a large team. the management is wonderful and are willing to help improve their employees if they are struggling with any aspect of the job. the management are also very flexible when creating work schedules and will work with individuals when making the weekly schedules.
Chemical operator (Current Employee) – Moses Lake, WA – February 17, 2015
While working as an Operator you will learn control room operations, plant distillation, compressor operation and will learn how to troubleshoot quite well. These skills can help you go to the next level for other companies in the US.
Good pay for the Areas
To much overtime, HR not good, Upper managment not good.
job was rewarding having kids like me and admire me and helping and teaching them fundamentals listening and homework social skills. cultural enrichment communicating with parents co workers were good but supervisors werent the whole overall program was unorganized i would let my own child attend was not happy and had to do something different.
Long Beach Parks Recreation Employee (Former Employee) – Eldorado park west and Sterns Park – January 17, 2015
Parks and rec is a very good job for entry level jobs. hours vary, pay is good. A typical day is was watching and interacting with children. Clarical work consisted of filing documents, data entry and operation the multi line phone system.
Coach (Former Employee) – Fort Kent, Maine – February 2, 2014
I loved working here! I worked with kids all day, from arts an crafts to sports to outside fun. Some of the other staff members were kinda lazy, which made for more work. There was prep time for some projects and lesson planning. The manager was good, she allowed us to have our space, but could be strict at some times. I worked here for about four summers.
Photovoltaic Electrician (Current Employee) – San Luis Obispo, CA – July 8, 2012
Very disorganized company. Would try to start a project but we couldn't get trhe material there in a timely manner. Supervisors had very little experience on cordinating the jobs. Also there verbal skills where very poor relating the work to the workers. Showing up on job smelling of alchohol. Was not impresssed withthem at all.