Debt Officer (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 7, 2018
The work is awesome. I love it. I love working with the numbers and learning the in's and out's of the City Debt. Every time I get a challenge I love it because I am learning something new. I think the CFO is brilliant and trust his judgment 100%.
Love the rush I get when working with difficult numbers
Admin Support (Current Employee) – San Antonio – April 28, 2018
Love working here but its only a temporary position to last throughout summer. Enjoy the hours, the pay. Very relaxing atmosphere surrounded by children, teachers, a garden and office personnel who are very involved with the parents of the children attending here.
fitting into work culture can be difficult. Make friends of co-workers.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 15, 2018
There are difficult people however, always doing one's best and getting away for lunch helps out. The growth potential is great to move around. The best part are active co-workers for lunch buddies to go out, walk or just hang with.
Social Service Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 7, 2018
While working in the Health District there is always a challenge - public depends on your knowledge and skill. Must bring your A game everyday. However, the benefits of helping other is very beneficial.
Outreach Worker (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 27, 2018
The group that I was under the management team was unprofessional and unappreciated for the opportunity that was given by City of San Antonio to majority of the team. Tax dollars need to be aware of money paid for individuals to sit at home. Again the City is perfect to work for the organization I was under just need new management
Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 26, 2018
Overall, working for the COSA is pretty consistent on the day to day. The people you work with are great and you have a fair sense of what your job duties are. Because the culture of the City Manager is corporate, you are expected to work hard and work late and/or weekends if you have not completed what you need to get done at a satisfactory level. This can be based on how efficient you are with your work load and/or it can also be that it is a certain time of the year where your job will be more demanding than at other times. Alot of it also depends on which department you are in. Overall, I would recommend this job just because of the stability and the opportunity for movement is always available after a few years across departments.
benefits, health programs, great people
corporate culture, long hours, commute and traffic is horrendous getting into downtown
ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK II (Former Employee) – Metropolitan Health Building in San Antonio Texas – January 31, 2018
I believe that my time working with the City of San Antonio was made fun and no stress was because of my Supervisor. Everyone knew what they had to do and did their job. I think that's important in a work place.
People knew what they had to do and did their job.
The patients did bring a lot of drama about their lives.
Sr Mainframe Solutions Analyst (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 5, 2018
Being trusted is very important, it has not always been that way. Being treated as a professional, in a professional environment goes a long way. Current CIO, a veteran himself can be talked to without the feeling of judgement or being looked down on.