Network Engineer (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 13, 2018
each day is busy. supporting field technicians who service biometric hand scanners at various city of new york agencies throughout the five boroughs is balanced against internal projects while handling different user issues that arise daily. this provides an important opportunity to learn and socialize with good people.
Social Services and Analysis (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 23, 2018
There are a variety of employment opportunities available with The City of New York. I've worked for the City for over 20 years and have had some of the best experiences in my life! There is job security, there are benefits, and if you want a change, ask or take a test!
Stability, steady pay, opportunities to learn, grow and expand.
Detective (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 10, 2018
Meet lifelong friends on the job. Learn something new almost everyday with constant interactions with people from all walks of life. Great benefits and job security. Hardest part of the job is the work schedule and internal politics. Paramilitary workplace culture and environment.
Learn about law and politics while enforcing the law.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 4, 2018
It was a disciplined atmosphere. ALL calls were monitored as well as bathroom/lunch breaks. There was weekly coaching and the managers helped you in areas you were weak, but each call that was monitored had to be ranked in the 90 percentile.
customer service and reviewed contracts (Former Employee) – 125 worth st new york ny – August 30, 2018
some people said I was crazy for leaving a city job but I left for 2 reasons I saw a once in a lifetime opportunity to make great money in the stock market. the second reason was there was no challenge and a lot of time no work.
stable set schedule
boring sat around alot and read my own personal material
Management Auditor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 28, 2018
Very busy but challenging. Learned auditing as a Management Auditor, Stressful due to the Manager of unit at the time I was working there. The hardest part of the job was dealing with Manager due to no communication. Most enjoyable was visiting various places and meeting new people while auditing.
Fraud Investigator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 24, 2018
I have worked for the City of New York for 20 years which I have enjoyed very much. The City of New York fostered, encouraged, and enforced good work habits, principles, and etiquette. However, idleness nor lose conversation were not part of the Company protocol nor is it encouraged among employees, but The Dress Code was enforced.
Employees were instructed to have and take their 1-hour lunch period from which hour management decides.
Breaks nor free time did not encourage nor given except the Managing-body decides.
NYPD is the greates police department in the world
Police Officer (Former Employee) – city of nbew york – August 24, 2018
Working for the NYPD gave me a sense of belonging to something bigger than myself. It gave me the opportunity to serve my fellow citizens and provide the level of protection they need to go about their daily life. each day was a different adventure and I am proud to say that I served as a New York City Police Officer
Intern, Office (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 4, 2018
I always knew that I wanted to make a difference in people's lives. the City of NY provided me with the basic understanding of advocacy work, while encouraging me to express my ideas, take risks, and learn about field work. I appreciated the multicultural workplace and respect and embracing of diversity
JR Front End Web Developer (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 10, 2018
Nothing much really to say here... I no room for growth, clear favoritism its not even a secret anymore. Top brass doesnt care about you and they make sure you know it. Its not worth it... if you can take a job elsewhere.
SENIOR OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 26, 2018
1. Sort through my e-mails 3. Answer emails 3. Sort and distrubute mail 4. Check managers calendars 5. St up meetings 6. Update/prepare invoices, hiring info for managers signatures 7. Go to a meeting 8. Pick up pay stubs for distributuon 9. Check email for managers requests, staff requests for meetings and conference room requests/ 10.Return phone calls, respond to emails, and maintain mangers calendars
Nyc fireman (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – June 13, 2018
Was enjoyable to work for the city that was then this is now,looking for new opportunities to end my career.took advantage of all opportunities that where givin me got a degree in locksmith,got my degree in stationary engineering, meet some amazing people that I'm still friends with.
Senior Desktop Support Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 8, 2018
Working for the City is great. It has to do with your management. If you don’t have good management then you have a problem. The City has great benefits. If your in IT INformation Tecjnology make sure you get what your promised.
Multi - Subject Teacher (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 22, 2018
My last years working for the city of New York was not bad really. I had one whole period off for lunch. My lesson plans didn't need to be turned in every week. The union is amazing. Wish I could go back.