Poor management, indecisive supervisor, micromanaged my work, no office space or area to work in on first day at work, office space was set up by myself and co-worker in a closet/storage area. We built and put together our own desks, chairs, computers and storage and filing system. 85% Is travel or out of office. Glorified sales person having to meet a number every quarter to teach a grant funded class that is not informative nor helpful to the underprivileged and expenses for marketing come out of pocket initially and reimbursed if approved.Odd hours and very late hours and flex time is offered but supervisor will approve upon her discretion. Immediate supervisor is not knowledgeable on grant and grant manager is new at grant program. Constant changes on rules and creativity or personal feedback is frowned upon on. Morale is low and uncomfortable and high stress for little pay. Hard work is not appreciated and holiday schedule is the same as the county's. Negative environment to work in, constant travel and constant change by program manager and immediate supervisor, very click-y management personnel which prompted to gossip and bias decisions. Not worth the commute, stress, and constant micromanagement with no assistance from. Terrible place to work at, concerns and open door policy does not apply, you will get yelled at and treated like a kid. Initial perception is positive but once you make a mistake (learning job on your own) you will be scolded and the negative change will slowly begin.
TERRIBLE MANAGEMENT- HIGH STRESS, NEGATIVE ENVIRONMENT