IMC II (Current Employee) – Sanford, NC – March 22, 2019
We are very much like a family here, which makes each day enjoyable. We assist one another whenever needed while maintaining our own workload. The hardest part of the job is troubleshooting case errors.
Substitute Teacher, Lee County, Florida (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – February 6, 2019
Lee County is a county in which I worked. I was a teacher. The school had multiple changes in administration, which finally caused me to seek employment elsewhere. There are incredible schools and teachers in the district, but the pay is lower than other states in the country.
Teacher salaries in comparison to the rest of the US
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Bishopville, SC – January 26, 2019
A very important job. Alot of multintasking involved with this particular job. Dispatch Police,EMS and Fire Units to the appropriate locations. Schedule was the least liked in my opinion. Employees switched from 12 hour days to 12 hour nights each month. Sleep cycle was off. It was hard to adjust to this schedule.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – October 16, 2018
A typical day consisted of 12 hour days/6 days a week. The Supervisor was intelligent, felt safety was top priority and treated his employees very respectfully. If it wasn't for my mother passing and having to move back north, I would still be working there.
Upper management, co-workers, safe working environment
Monitor (Former Employee) – Sanford, NC – July 26, 2018
They are awesome at Lee County. Nice management. They want everyone there to stay there and succeed. They bend over backwards for you if you try to do what's needed. They serve the County, but they take care of their own too. If you do your job the best you can, they back you up 100%. They promote from within so if you want to move up, you will.
Carpenter, Entrepreneur (Former Employee) – Tupelo, MS – July 14, 2018
I had a residential maintenance contract with Southwood Estates in Verona, MS. I also contracted other jobs ranging from roofing and siding to plumbing and electrical all throughout Northern Mississippi.
School Bus Operator (Current Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – June 1, 2018
Working for the school district is a great opportunity with good benefits.
The position of bus operator is a good position, is just a couple things a dint like and is why I'm looking for new opportunity's. During the summer you don't have a job and don't get paid, during the works day you need to be stand by around 3 hours to wait to finish your route and you are out of the clock and I want to grow on my career and find better opportunity's.
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (Former Employee) – Leesburg, GA – March 3, 2018
Good place to work. There is a set schedule and the management is very good about trying to keep you on a schedule that works best for you. Not much room for advancement though as it is a small department.
Substitute Teacher (Former Employee) – Mooreville, Ms – February 4, 2015
Mooreville Schools was a great place to work. I had made the decisionte to become a teacher, and they welcomed me as a substitute teacher. My daughter had been a student there since the sixth grade, and was now in high school. This helped me with being comfortable that I was going into a good school. The faculty and administration were all very helpful.
First 5-Star Family Childcare Provider (Current Employee) – Sanford, NC – October 5, 2014
I have worked with children for over 25 years. I enjoy teaching them, caring for them. I enjoy working with the parents of the children and the challenge of working with different people. I have learned to be patient, understanding and most certainly to multitask. I have been fortunate to work with the most wonderful parents, but had a few with difficult personalities. Accommodating demands of such parents would be the most difficult part of the job but it is also a welcomed challenge. I have also learned to be organized and prepared to be efficient with the care of the children and the administrative office work.
Pretrial Intake Officer Team Lead (Current Employee) – Downtown Fort Myers – July 21, 2014
1. Getting computer powered up and all the needed data bases needed to investigate peoples criminal histories and demographic information. 2. Review all paperwork from day shift to ensure it is accurate and mistakes free in preparation for the morning court presenter to provide necessary information to the First Appearance judge. 3. Pleasant working environment between myself and my co-workers. We all work very well together and get things done on time, and accurately. We support each other very well. Excellent rapport with Correction Officers as well, which make all our responsibilities a lot more manageable and free-flowing. 4. Hardest part of the job could be expecting the paperwork we receive from the road officer's is accurate enough for us to be able to do our jobs, but at times for many unforeseen reason it might not be. Also in a personal level, offering some services to some of our defendants that we know they might need, but we might not be able to offer at times. 5. Being able to communicate effectively with the majority of our defendants and getting getting all our job responsibilities completed by the end of our shift, so the morning shift does not have to pick up after us (night shift).
Free food (not always eatable), great working environment, great working people around, safe place to work.
12 hours shifts could get to you at times, Sleeping during the day-time hours could be a challenge at times
Plenty of work to keep you busy, I like staying busy.
Deputy Clerk/Court Specialist Supervisior II (Former Employee) – Opelika, AL – August 6, 2013
Learn a lot when working here. We handled all court cases for Lee County, AL the cases ranged from small claims to capital murder. We collected court cost, fines, restitution, and judgments for all cases. Work there 28 years.
School Bus monitor (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, Fl – July 19, 2013
Arriving at 5 am to bus compound clock in/sign in. Receive school bus assignment. Report to school bus. Meet bus driver. Receive a list of students and any other important information regarding students that i need to know. Ride with bus driver to various bus stops and pick up students. Then drop off students to public school. Then return to bus compound. Clock out. Take a break while students are in school. Break time between 10 am and 12:30. Report back to work at 1:00 pm clock in. Report back to school bus. Ride with bus driver back to school to pick up students. Drop students back to various stops. Then report back to bus compound, clock out. Go home. I have learned what is required of bus monitor. It is more than just watching students. You have to clean up spills when children get sick. As a bus monitor you work with the school staff also. I have to report to my supervisors any problems on the school bus. If a parent calls and complains about any incident that happens on the school bus and i said or did nothing i could lose my job. That is the hardest part is knowing the rules of what is/is not allowed on school bus. The most enjoyable part is getting to know the different students.
getting up before 4 am every morning, less breaks, sometimes no breaks.