If you want Police work in an suburban setting, then this is your place
Police Officer (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – August 9, 2018
Interested in Law Enforcement? Wanting to challenge yourself and learn what it is that makes you get up in the morning? This is the place for all your esoteric fulfillment. This job will challenge you and help you get a better understanding of your "why?' in Life. It was a Blessing and a Lesson.
The job was exactly what you wanted or could possibly make it to be.
Interesting place to work, one that is dedicated to public service.
Chief of Police (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – February 12, 2018
Arlington County is an outstanding place to work. It is the county that is dedicated to providing the highest level of service to its community. The Arlington County government is very aware of the needs of its community and strives to be as inclusive as possible in the decision-making processes that guide life within the county. For those interested in working in Arlington County, you must be willing to be collaborative and creative in your day-to-day operations. The County seeks to maximize its resources and be responsive to its citizens, almost to a fault.
Engaged, urban and vibrant.
The public can be extremely demanding, service level is very high..
Program staff (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – September 26, 2017
I worked as a seasonal employee at county summer camps. As a summer employee, I didn't qualify for benefits or compensation, but I thought my hourly wages were fair. I advanced each summer. The full-time staff were friendly and supportive, and the job culture was great.
Human Resources Specialist (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA 22202 – July 13, 2017
The County offers many benefits to employees and encourages work-life balance. I have never worked for a government organization that has so many options for employees. It's such a great place to work!
Administrative Assistant lll (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – April 27, 2017
A typical day includes many interactions with consumers that cover the entire DMV area. One can move throughout the county through advancements and provides amazing benefits for full-time and part time employees. I truly love working for the county and their many opportunities for growth in your professional development.
Breaks, Free Professional Development Trainings, Quick Advancements
Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – October 30, 2016
Quick and easy just like it should be. Thanks!.Arlington County was a good place to work, but over the years they had many change some are not for the good. It is all about numbers , what happened to quality. I just don't know, I like helping people.
Lifeguard (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – December 27, 2015
Pay is great and people are for the most part good but hours are very inconsistent. Work is inconsistent too; some managers demand very little others make the lifeguards do. The older guards get cheated out of hours because they are more expensive. Very stingy culture; have been asked a few times to leave a few minutes early because they didn't want to pay me for my full hours worked.
Court-appointed attorney (Current Employee) – Alexandria, VA – December 5, 2014
I have just completed a DBA (Doctor of Business Administration) program and I am ready to work in an area where I combine my knowledge of US domestic law and International law (foreign attorney) and my Business administration skills
Doing what I like to do providing legal representation