Hard working however wasn't paid the correct amount that they told me i would receive. A typical day was cleaning classrooms and wiping down lockers also the hardest part was not getting as much help as needed from others
Elementary School Teacher/Data Coach (Current Employee) – Oxon Hill, MD – July 14, 2018
As an educator, I am presented with various opportunities to shape the minds of young individuals. The job requires long hours both inside and outside of the classroom . There are opportunities for advancement within in the county.
I have met some very hard-working people since working here. They are very knowledgeable in their profession, yet down to earth. This environment has allowed me the opportunity to learn some new skills while developing and honing the skills I already possess.
Contractor (Current Employee) – Largo, MD – May 1, 2018
Scan in, check emails, check ticket queue, responds to emails, update or close tickets, go on the road to begin my refresh for the current agency and/or run tickets. At times, no lunch break, work through lunch, eat a snack (snicker bar), complete refresh, gather old equipment , load my truck, return the ole equipment to storage, update tickets, then open, update and close tickets for completed refresh deployments. Check emails, respond to emails. Go home.
Never have time to "watch the clock", always busy. Great people to work around, with and for.
inconsierate of other peoples time (lunch), inconsiderate of other people personal owned vehicles
The Register of Wills is a joke. The management is absolutely horrible and they do not care about any of their employees ONE BIT. This is by far the worst place I have ever worked and I am so glad I left.
Correctional Officer III (Current Employee) – Upper Marlboro, MD – March 12, 2018
Prince George’s county department of corrections is a great career but high stress. Essentially all of your “clientele” do not like you and on certain occasions will try to assault you in various ways. The management is 50/50 good and bad, which at times creates low morale among fellow officers. It is a high liability career as well, because the detainees under your supervision are yours to provide care, custody, and control.
Veterinary Health Technician (Former Employee) – Upper Marlboro, MD – November 26, 2017
A typical day roughly starts at 7am it can either be smooth or hectic depending on which side of the building you worked on. As far as everything I learned its so much because basically it was hands on from day one start to finish it was never a dull moment. The hardest part of the job is dealing with different managers none of them were ever on the same page when it came to communication so you would receive a lot of mixed messages. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to help the animals because they cant speak for themselves. Also all of the different thing you learn on a daily basis because each day is never the same.
Self Employed Laborer/Handy Man (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 7, 2017
As for a normal it day it was very competative,and I have learn a lot from many co-workers from there trades or job titles plus the company that I recently work for was very co-opperatve in helping those that wanted to learn, and to try and have a future with the company,but to me the hardest part of that jobs trying not to come to work late or not showing up to work and the best about the job was knowing that one could in up with a future there at the company
Come to work each day, And be grateful of having a job
Try not to let anything that might put you down, And watch your surrounding
Camp Counselor (Former Employee) – Maryland – September 28, 2017
My typical work day as a camp counselor i get to work before the kids get to the camp we have a meeting about what we have today for the kids and how much time we will have on that particular activity and we pick and choose what the kids will play or what they will do for the day and we set up up field trips etc.What i learned from working as a camp counselor i learned i have to have a lot of patients because they are just little kids and they don't know no better so you have to be very patient. Working as camp counselor you deal with a lot of bad kids and good kids and you have to keep them under control we know that kids have a lot of energy so we just keep the occupied by playing games with them. The fun part about my job was i got to interact with different people and learn new things about people and enjoy the time i had time with kids
I had some Productive day and some Non-Productive Days
Dedicated Aide (Former Employee) – Maryland – September 14, 2017
Typical day at was dealing with the kids behavior which was sometimes easy depending on the days and the kids. I have learned alot about the kids behaviors and how to help them to with their disabilities. Management was great. Workplace Culture was somewhat great. The hardest part of the job would be dealing with disrespectful kids, some of the staff. The most enoyable part of the job was my faboulous and Beautful Co-workers who i enjoyed working with so much. They gave me alot of insight about things, including my personal life. I love them dearly and I will always hold them in my heart.
Special Assistant to the County Executive (Former Employee) – Upper Marlboro, MD – August 21, 2017
Serving the citizens of Prince George's County, Maryland I enjoyed planning and executing the County Executive's schedule and responding to a number of different tasks and assignments to further the goals of the County Executive and Prince George's County.