I was employed by the City of Atlantic City for almost 9 years. I enjoyed my position of Keyboarding Clerk in the Detectives Bureau but it became too political and job security was no longer there. I relocated and that was the main reason that I left this position. The job itself was very rewarding and I did enjoy it in the beginning.
N/A (Current Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – March 25, 2018
there are no opportunities to move up within the company. low ball salaries. lack of administrative support. the health insurance and the vacation time are about the only good things in regards to working here.
KEYBOARDING CLERK 1 (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – February 27, 2018
Enjoyed working for them until too many politics became involved. I did mainly clerical and administrative work. The atmosphere was very professional but laid back. It helped me to grow in ways and taught me a lot about different programs that I later utilized.
Mrs.Barnes Playhouse Youth & Family Service (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – October 6, 2016
Everyday was very different from the last, every child had something fun to do everyday. I enjoyed working with children of any age. I babysit a lot for my family and people outside of my family. Which means working and caring for children comes naturally for me.
Student Assistant (Former Employee) – 250 N New York Ave., Atlantic City, NJ 08401 – May 26, 2016
My day of work would usually be okay, I would basically be an assistant to my employer whenever i was needed. Such as if I was needed with the stocking I would do that, or if I was needed with the custodial services I would do that. Also, if I was needed to file and work on my customer service i would do that.
Clerk Typist (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – May 19, 2016
A typical day at work is fulfilling everyday knowing Im helping the people in the city where I'm from. From my time there I have learned customer service and how to deal with the public, how to think fast on my feet to keep the wheel rolling may that be picking up when a co worker cant or taking initiative in making decisions when on my own to help the reach its goal. The hardest part of the job is having a heart, you want to help everyone the best to their wishes but sometimes you just cant but knowing you gave your all is enough
Senior Public Safety Telecommunicator (Current Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – December 7, 2015
Being a Sr. PST is less work but more liability. You become responsible for an entire shift. The people you are used to working side by side with are now your subordinates. There are many personality changes.
The hardest part of the job is being able to separate friendships from the duties of the title. However, the most enjoyable part is being the go-to person on the shift.
Crossing Guard/Traffic Control Officer (Current Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – November 17, 2014
I love going to my schoolpost daily to meet and greet the children as they walk to and from school. I invest time and interest by asking them questions about their home lives and school. I remind them to stay focused and offer them resources to make certain they are successful.