CSA (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – July 12, 2018
Unfortunately there is a huge lack of communication within departments for the organization I am currently employed with. I love where I work and what I do and the people I work with I just wish there was better communication between management and employees.
Bilingual Employment Services Counselor II (Former Employee) – Norco, CA 92860 – June 26, 2018
This was by far my most favorite place to work. I still have dear friends from this location and love them. The culture of the workplace is friendly and trying new ideas to help people was always the first priority.
Secretary I (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – June 20, 2018
Working at the County has many benefits but can be hard. Upper management pretty much can get away with anything. If you get to work with the public it can be stressful but rewarding. The pay is not as much as other counties but the benefits are better. It is has good job security since you are part of a union.
Secretary I (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – June 15, 2018
I was in the Mental Health department for 10 years and learned quite a bit about the field. I received my Masters degree while working their but did not make a recruitment list to interview for a clinician position so I retired.
Office Assistant II (Former Employee) – Perris, CA – June 14, 2018
Working for the County of Riverside gives you an opportunity for career advancement. The county has so many different avenues of career choices and provide paid training to it's employees. Staff is always very professional.
Public Health Intern (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – June 5, 2018
Good job as an intern. Good work environment. Lots of helpful people. Not good for hiring if you're looking for intern-to-hire experience. But don't turn down an opportunity just because you may not get hired.
Social Worker V (Former Employee) – Perris, CA – June 4, 2018
I have been with the county for 9 years and it has been a great experience. I have had some great co workers as they are my family. I will miss them !!! There has been some challenges but we work through the challenges together. The management has provided us with great support and techniques to make us grow.
Children's Social Services Worker V (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – June 3, 2018
The day usually starts at 7:30am and can involve doing field work (visiting schools and homes), paperwork, or responding to an immediate response referral. It's a fast paced environment and most people are helpful. The days can be long and extend until after 5pm depending on the events of the day.
Care Taker (Former Employee) – Hemet, CA – May 1, 2018
The job was a 24 hour job because my client and I lived together. I learned that this job requires time and being strong enough to help client, which was the hardest part for me. The most enjoyable was getting to know my client.
Human Resources Services Manager (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – April 15, 2018
wish not to respond, it is a place to work and you earn money when you work there. If you do a good job you can stay there a long time. they have good benefits and there are a lot of people that work there a long time. Retirement is good and they pay you well
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – April 4, 2018
The County employs 22K people. Those employees pay more for their health insurance than any other employer in Southern California. If you do not personally know an executive in the County, you will not be given opportunities for growth based on merit, experience or education.
Human Resources Specialist (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – April 3, 2018
Learned new thing within Human Resource and their insurance that is provided through the county. Worked with a lot of different people, the job was not hard, enjoyable part is you could advance because the county is so large.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Indio, CA – March 28, 2018
My supervisor and the job were great. The hours and schedule are terrific. There is a distinctive line between temporary and permanent employees though. You are set apart and expected to hold to the rules while the permanent employees may do as they wish. The dress code is different for temp vs. permanent. You need to watch what you say, you are constantly under very strict scrutiny and are told on by other adults if they assume you aren’t doing something. Mind you, these people aren’t supervisors. Keep very professional and keep your head down. A lot of these women have been there for years and have nothing better to do than tell on you.