Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – October 17, 2018
Like to work at this job field because I had the opportunity to learn several skills. For example how to help customers in the computer, guide them how to apply for certain online job sites. Fun place to work, have good teamwork.
Great environment & Co-workers, makes you feel part of a team.
WEX Clerk (Current Employee) – Yucca Valley, CA – October 16, 2018
I enjoy working here, and although I am a WEX Clerk I am treated like part of the "crew'. I will miss this job and all of the new people I have met. I have learned many new things with this job and I am very appreciative for the opportunity the county has given me.
great people to work with, always helpful, communication.
Wex is not a continuous position let go after 1 year.
Licensed Clinical Therapist I (Former Employee) – Colton, CA – October 11, 2018
My day started with psychosocial intakes, followed by treatment team meetings, discharges and progress notes. Interact with patients who request your service throughout the day. Make collateral calls to outside agencies, families, friends, providers, if the patients give staff consent to do so under HIPPA laws. Report any child or elder abuse.
PeopleSoft Security Business Analyst - Consultant (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – September 12, 2018
Enjoyed being able to contribute to the functional upgrade of PeopleSoft, specifically PeopleSoft Security. In this position I was responsible for upgrading Security to accommodate new functionality across different HR modules such as Benefits, HR, Payroll, & Time & Labor
Excellent group of employees to work with. Never a dull moment
SUPERVISING OFFICE ASSISTANT (OA) (Former Employee) – Joshua Tree, CA – September 12, 2018
I spent 17.5 years with the County of San Bernardino in Joshua Tree, California. I had the pleasure of working for several talented and caring supervisors. I also worked side-by-side many excellent employees.
I felt that most days were a challenge since I never knew who would walk through the office door in need of assistance. Most issues were general questions. Most customers were clients that came to meet with one of our staff to discuss an issue that dealt with our office. I enjoyed assisting with some of the most difficult questions that were presented when there was no one else that was able to assist.
I hope that the lessons of dealing with customers and with my fellow employees stays with me forever because it will certainly be of assistance to me if I have the same or similar situation present itself.
I honestly miss that environment, the people that I worked with, and the many challenges that office presented. I look forward to many of these same experiences in the future.
Set work schedule, secured office/work area, close to home.
Occasionally an unexpected rude customers that I was not able to help.
Office Assistant III (Current Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – September 6, 2018
Working for the Public Defenders office is never the same everyday. It is fast-paced and requires attention to detail and flexibility. It requires you to be understanding and patient as well as self-motivated. It can be emotional dealing with difficult cases that may be high profile or child sensitive. The management is supportive for the most part thought and that helps a lot. I like the people I work with and for majority of the time.
Staff Analyst II, Fleet Management Department (Current Employee) – San Bernardino – August 30, 2018
This emlployer is one that suffered a major terrorist attack where 14 employees were killed and many injured severely. The County denied medical care, medications, and compensation to the survivors while still holding ostentatious ceremonies in honor of the dead and surviving victims and calling us a "County family". The County does not want to take responsibility for anything and is thus self-insured and exercises frequently the ability to deny claims when any other employer who is not self-insured would be able to do.
No support of employees, favorites are chosen upon hire, no others have a chance of promoting.
Child Care Provider/Babysitter (Former Employee) – Victorville California – August 24, 2018
Fun place to work love my coworkers team players very helpful with training Healthcare was a plus free meals were provided learning material filling out paperwork and computer input enjoy children and talkin with the parents
lots of over time, free education to move up in the company
Chief Information Officer (Current Employee) – Colton, CA – August 18, 2018
The county has diversified responsibilities such as managing schools, healthcare systems, maintenance of roads, fire services and regulatory responsibilities. I am happy to be part of a functional organization such as the County of San Bernardino.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – August 13, 2018
I loved showing up to work and being greeted by all of my co-workers, I learned how to perform various tasks. the managers are very helpful and encouraging. The hardest part of the job I would say was when we were in crunch to process applications before a very close deadline. The most enjoyable part of the job was everything! i loved my cubicle, my coworkers, my boss , just everything.
Having holidays and weekends off
Having extra work when too many people would call off.