Storm Water Management Worker (Former Employee) – Potomac, MD – May 4, 2017
This was a summer job I took as a seasonal. It was a very enjoyable job working with a team to maintain ponds and water retention areas throughout the parks. The management was very trusting and often times we were given a job and then it was reviewed later by a team leader or manager in order to make sure it was done correctly. I enjoyed the people I interacted with both within my team and the maintenance facility as a whole.
good lunch break, great coworkers
distance to travel, not enough structure for my liking
Working at Parks and Planning is fun and great opportunity to move up within the company I work with youth of all ages and abilities and watching learn and grow within the structure of the program is great
A typical day at work includes includes talking to several staff about their schedules and speaking to patrons about their families. The hardest part of the job is the summertime because that is busy season.
Facility Aid III (Current Employee) – Wheaton, MD – April 7, 2018
wheaton ice rink is a great place to work if you are starting out. they only have part-time work so if you want to do full time not the place. managers are accommodating and everyone is really nice and chill. very low stress job.
Coach (Former Employee) – Kentland, MD – March 28, 2018
Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Duties Coordinated and supervised athletic events (dodge ball, kickball, and basketball games). Supervise camp staff. Organize trips Set-up and supervised creative design activities Supervised academic activity Chaperoned a group of five camp participants during field trips Drive shuttle bus for local camp field trips. Ensure all paper work for campers is filled out and correct.
Data Entry Specialist (Current Employee) – Greenbelt, MD – March 5, 2018
Updated and ensured that the data bases at multiple locations; facilitated staff development so that the team members had the ability to operate and maintain the database; responded to telephone hotline and website inquiries.
greet people to work with
only able to work 32 hours a week, no paid holidays or days off
Counselor (Current Employee) – Temple Hills, MD – January 12, 2018
You come in and set things up (tables chairs games books and couple of toys) the kids then arrive off the school bus where we take them for bathroom breaks. After that we start to let them wind down after all school has been long. then we provide them with a snack and help them with there homework
Program Support Specialist/Monitor/Front Desk (Current Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – January 9, 2018
It would be nice to be shown appreciation with a Christmas bonus. I'm sure upper management gets bonuses. Another thing would be to raise the pay rate when the living wage changes so people have something to work towards and to live off.