Equipment Operator/Driver (Current Employee) – Golden, CO 80419 – April 27, 2018
Jefferson County is a great place to work , good benefits and good people to work with . I had to leave and temporarily relocate to help take care of my sick father but when that chapter in my life is over I would very like to work for them again !
This is a job for someone who is not discriminative in any way. You must be able to deal with all people and personalities. You must be able to comply with what is expected of you and possess good people skills. You must be able to handle situations as they arrive and follow job duties as required.
Deputy Sheriff (Former Employee) – Golden, CO – June 3, 2017
Jefferson County SO is a department you will regret applying with. Poor staffing, huge turn over, mismanaged, lowest paid SO for its size and a unprofessional command staff. JCSO runs a good police academy. This department is a good place to go to get POST certified and go to a better more progressive department.
Admnistrative Clerk (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 25, 2017
A typical day at work was always busy. I learned a lot about taxes. There was nothing hard about the job. We waited on customers and mailed out tax notices as well as received them in. The office is an open work space. The most enjoyable part about the job was working with the customers.
Co worker lunchoens
breaks were right behind each other and were assigned by the supervisor, The breaks schedule did not work because we worked with customers, management did not like it when we went to break late
Case manager (Former Employee) – Golden, CO – February 4, 2017
Have never witnessed such poor management and blatant disregard for employees, so bad an entire department quit and human resources didn't seem to find that unusual. Employees forced to leave, passive aggressive mngt., just horrible. I wouldn't work there again for all the money in the world, life is too short.
*This just may apply to my specific department*
Raises stopped YEARS ago, closed door policy, unprofessional upper management
Special Populations Outreach Librarian (Former Employee) – Lakewood CO – January 3, 2016
The Special Population Librarian requires 5 positions in one. You will be required to work late evenings, weekends, and with no flex time. Did I mention that they provide excellent professional development! Make sure you do the job right the first time with no errors. You will be required to visit and maintain the Spanish collection at 10 different libraries. The hardest part of the job is working with administrators. Not all administrators are this way there are many who care passionately about their staff. If you interview here make sure to ask why the turnover rate is so high. The best part of the library is the staff. The staff work tirelessly to bring positive experiences to patrons. Make sure to observe and ask questions.
Budget Analyst (Former Employee) – Courts and Admin Building – July 1, 2015
The county is behind on wages and investment in employees. In addition, Human Resources is not for the employees and difficult to deal with. Management at all levels is lacking in skill sets. There is no room for advancement within certain departments.
Casemanager (Former Employee) – Golden, CO – March 23, 2015
Underpaid and mismanaged. With no raises in 6 years, vast amounts of quality personnel retreating to higher paying counties, who would want to work here? The commissioners are cheap skates and retention is horrible. Not worth the effort. Go work for Denver and get paid thousands more!