Very encouraging environment, hands on and great employees to work with.
ASSISTANT TO PROBATION OFFICER (Former Employee) – Santa Clarita, CA – July 9, 2018
This place was a very encouraging and fun place to work at. It was as well a hands on environment. I got to learn from many different woman and people from all kinds of backgrounds. I got to learn from different types of cultural backgrounds as well. Time consuming in a great way and I am overall glad I experienced volunteer work at this place. My experience their has allowed me to take a step towards life with the knowledge I have gained being able to apply to certain jobs that look for the experience I have.
Free lunch, got to help out the cooks, chefs, and probation officers
Treatment Plant Operator (Former Employee) – Carson, CA – July 9, 2018
The retirement package causes one to loose some coverage that is included when working as an employee. The job itself requires state certification by taking and passing your Grade 1 to Grade 5 State certification. You have three years to pass the Grade 1 certification.
Student Professional Worker I (Former Employee) – El Monte, CA – June 25, 2018
It is very relaxed and the benefits are amazing. It is a good, secure job that will be here even If there is a recession. Everybody seems nice and if there is a problem, Supervisors will resolve it quickly.
Eligibility Worker (Current Employee) – El Monte, CA – June 18, 2018
Unfortunately, current management at my office is not efficient. Lack of efficient management is creating a very stressful work environment. Assisting families in need is satisfying but the fact that there is too much pressure from administration makes my job position feel like we are really underpaid.
Career Development Intern (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 14, 2018
The county is a great place to work. They provided excellent benefits with little to no pay out of pocket depending on your circumstances. Great company to look into for a career they always have advancements
Great place to work, but you will need to commit your life to the work.
Children's Social Worker (Current Employee) – Lakewood, CA – June 12, 2018
If you’re looking to manage people’s lives, this may be the place for you. If you’re looking to impact and changes lives this may not be for you because you will be limited to what you’re able to do for families.
Intermediate Typist Clerk (Former Employee) – Commerce, CA – June 11, 2018
I did not like the department that I worked in because there was never enough work, yet there was a severe shortage of employees in other departments. Advancement was minimal to none. The pay was fair based on my item (classification). Benefit great!
Interesting opportunity that looks GREAT on resumes!
Election Clerk (Former Employee) – Lancaster, CA – June 10, 2018
The pay isn't the best, and the hours are long, but working as a Los Angeles County election clerk is definitely an intriguing opportunity! The hours can go by really fast or really slow, depending on how many people are around to vote and how willing you are to work with others. One of the most important facets of this job is teamwork, and without it, you'll have a terrible time. Other than that, I always enjoy working at the polls!
Usually snacks available, non-labor intensive, any age above 16 can apply
LOS ANGELES (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 30, 2018
Enjoyed talking with patients from all walks of life and helping to enroll in medi-cal to help with their hospital bills. I also worked at the rehabilitation center enrolling peolpe who are addicted to substance and seeing them turn their life around. It was an awesome experience and I could see actual transformations within someone life.
Helping people with substance abuse problems/paying their medical bills
Senior Typist Clerk (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 30, 2018
Great benefits and you get all of the holidays off! You can really advance within the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services. Great attendance is one of the things that is looked at closely if you wish to promote within DCFS as well as with other County offices.
Not a lot of room for advancement within your own department sometimes.