Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – October 3, 2018
The City of Mesa is a great place to work and have fun while working. You meet many new people, and make great friends along the way. Overall I would reccomend, it to anyone seeking work as a lifeguard.
Marketing Communications Specialist (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – June 19, 2018
This is a city in change, more positive than negative. Tough economy when I left and they gave early retirement to over 200 employees - taking them down to 1970's staffing levels. I understand this has changed and the city is seeing an economic upturn.
WATER RESOURCES OPERATOR I (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – April 17, 2018
The City of Mesa strives to take care of all of their employees. They are competitive with pay and offer many programs to rewards their staff. They encourage all of their employees to further their education and prefer to promote from within.
MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST II (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – April 3, 2018
Great benefits but management needs improvement. Great environment with coworkers but you have to make sure that you are on top of everything. Enjoyed my time there except for management they get lazy and only look out for themselves.
Park Maintenance Assistant (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – January 3, 2018
Pays well, is full time, with benefits. I work to maintain the park grounds by cleaning areas, picking trash, changing trash can liners, pressure washing as needed. Mow grass areas edge and string trim. help with irrigation as needed.
Police Officer (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – November 5, 2017
They don't have enough money to provide the best resources nor to higher the best management. The city would be better off changing some of it's services to private or altering the taxes so they could afford more. The benefits stink because they are self insured.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – October 17, 2017
Working in the city was an interesting place to work, it was nice to see how my city government ran. however the lack of a work load made it become a very boring and long days. hardiest part of the job was sorting mail.
To assist the clerk/treasure (Former Employee) – Mesa, WA – September 22, 2017
Filing, developing polices, learning City codes, writing non-compliance letters, working with utility billing, dog licensing, building permits. It was challenging and fun I enjoyed the job and wish the position was still available.