Product Tech- Colorado Interlock (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – April 3, 2018
My everyday work was kinda of stressful dealing with DUI drivers. They seemed to be made at me a lot of the time but I was just a middle man, installing and servicing. But i like helping people so it came easy.
work started at 10 am
Id have to work at 6 different locations and get paid the same wage for driving across state.
Human Services Income Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – October 27, 2017
Larimer County DHS does not care about clients at all. They are more concerned with gossip and lies. Everyone that works here is unhappy with their work and management. They don't even pay enough for their own workers to get off benefits. Terrible place to work.
breaks and lunches
terrible pay, no support, management is all about gossip
Assessment Specialist, Assessor's Office (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – July 7, 2017
Great team of people serving the community, county and state. Good opportunity to use my communication and people skills. I supported a team of appraisers by drawing buildings with computer aided design, updating property information and prepared property packets.
Really cared about the mental and physical health of employees
Department Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – October 10, 2016
They offered many programs to maintain physical and mental health. I believe that they truly cared about the well being of the employees which helped to make the employees want to stay and be more productive.
extended lunches for working out, classes on health and wellness, wellness clinic free of charge
Internship Coordinator (Current Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – July 23, 2015
Larimer County is a great organization to work for and values the expertise of its employees. This organization is open to flexible schedules and values family time. This organization encourages professional development of its employees. People usually work with the County for a long time and retire from this organization.
Engineering Student Intern (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – March 11, 2015
Typical day would be driving out to a county road, then inspecting the road every 1000 feet. The work was repetitive, but the management appreciated your work. The best part of the job was going to remote parts of the county and viewing the countryside while inspecting roads.