LT Office Assistant I (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 16, 2018
I only worked for the County Office of Education for a couple of months, but what I learned from my time there was that nearly everyone working there was there because they care about the youth of San Diego County.
Supervising Child Support Officer (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 10, 2018
I'll make this part brief. Management will do anything in their power to better their own positions and they do not at all care about the well being of the workers. Gossip is rampant, and 90% of the workers are ridiculously lazy (only there for a paycheck and they don't at all care about who they actually serve...children and families).
Senior Legal Office Assistant (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 9, 2018
By far, one of the best employers I have worked with. The Training, support and development opportunities are there. The Awards and recognition are awesome. The company events for employees to attend are great. Thus far the HR Team is very helpful with setting up Retirement workshops to help you determine where to invest. SDCERA was great! I was so saddened when I was laid off, because our office closed. HR was great in helping us with the transition too. The Union was not good, they were not available to help with the lay offs, however the HR Team was there for us. I would love to go back into government.
Temporary Election Worker (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 10, 2018
Working for the County of San Diego was challenging yet fullfilling work. Working in the Registrar of Voters office was fun and I loved my supervisors. The hardest part was staying so quiet but for me I loved the fast pace when election time came around.
Inspector (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 1, 2018
Stressful and lied, lack of managerial understanding. I would not recommend this place to anyone I care about. The most enjoyable part of the job was the other people I encountered, who did not work at this company.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – June 27, 2018
Currently, I am still working here at the moment. I work the grave yard shift so I don't get much time to see my family because of the hours. Working at night present a problem because whenever I need time off it's difficult because no one wants to work those hours. The job is easy but it does comes with some challenges. Whenever I tries to make a change to a process someone runs to HR about some complaint. After about a year it feels like you are walking on egg shells and the workers here love to spread rumors and gossip. Most of the employees have some kind of medical situation and they know how to get over on the system.
Pay and Benefits
Working with difficult employees and co-workers. Also, finding time to spend with my family.
Engineering Technician II (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 26, 2018
My time spent working for The County of San Diego was well rounded. Every opportunity for learning and advancement was given from day one. Family atmosphere and guidance from management was given at every job level.
Student Worker / Clerk (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 25, 2018
County of San Diego is a great place to work for student like me. They will trained you as much as they can. Provide a good skill and experiences. Great and friendly co-workers and intelligent supervisor.
Santee - Supervising Seamstress (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 14, 2018
I was able to excel very quickly and was able to help others to learn a skill. I love being able to help people make things like clothes etc getting to see the finished product gives a great feeling of accomplishment
Restorative Justice Reentry Prep Program (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 1, 2018
• Three-day immersive training on evidence-based curriculum that will be implemented in jails around San Diego County as a part of a restorative justice re-entry effort for returning citizens. • Enables ability to act as a facilitator for 20-week psychoeducational group experience for current in- mates.
inmates, and professional staff (Current Employee) – San Diego County, CA – May 21, 2018
I have enjoyed my journey. Good and Bad, definitely has its perks you have a Union fighting for you but it can be a little stressful at times. Families can be frustrated and irate with their loved one not being able to communicate.
Project Manager/Construction Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 17, 2018
A typical day's workload would be developing meetings required to meet with shareholders and/or dept. heads to arrange the scope of work for the projects that are needing attention to prequalify DBE's for the appropriated projects. What I've learned is the process necessary to streamline the efforts for the approved projects, and manage shareholder meetings for design requirements for the developed buildings, project code requirements and needs, client's programming efforts for design. The workplace culture is collaborative with all staff involved to meet project requirements needs, invoicing, contracts, and budgets. The hardest part of the job is the make sure the qualified DBE contracted meets the appropriated budget and schedule. The enjoyable part of the job is the client/dept. is satisfied with their new building and technology.
continued education available for career advanceent
Psychotherapist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 14, 2018
For any one with high school degree or college degrees this is a fantastic opportunity especially for people with no experience in any field as extensive training is provided at no cost and sometimes paid training is provided.