Johnson County Community College

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22 days ago

Mental Health Nurse (On Call Registered Nurse - RN)

Johnson County Shawnee, KS

include: • Provides comprehensive nursing services; assesses the holistic needs of individuals by incorporating family and environmental factors… CareerBuilder


7 days ago

Crisis Recovery Specialist (Support Provider II)

Johnson County Shawnee, KS

Johnson County Mental Health is looking for qualified applicants to fill the position of Crisis Recovery Specialist at their Crisis Recovery Center… CareerBuilder


18 days ago

After Hours Clinician (Clinician II)

Johnson County Shawnee, KS

for this position includes the following duties: • Conducts comprehensive clinical assessments and inpatient psychiatric screens as a part of the… CareerBuilder


6 days ago

Rehabilitation Specialist

Johnson County Lenexa, KS

include: • Minor Home Rehabilitation (MHR) Program: Prepare scopes of work and cost estimates for assigned MHR projects in accordance with… CareerBuilder


13 days ago

Developer Analyst II

Johnson County Olathe, KS

• Completes programming assignments, which may include process automation, enhancements, configurations or builds with limited oversight by a more… CareerBuilder


18 days ago

Web Administrator (System Administrator I)

Johnson County Olathe, KS

HOSTING APPLICATIONS SUPPORT: Participates in the planning and deployment of browser-based applications on multiple platforms, addressing operational… CareerBuilder


13 days ago

Developer Analyst III

Johnson County Olathe, KS

• Collaborates with internal/external customers, vendors, and other technology staff to ensure efficient use of organizational resources to achieve… CareerBuilder


19 days ago

Technical Support Analyst II

Johnson County Olathe, KS

• Directs issues to the appropriate personnel for service, repair, and training; maintains record of daily data communication transactions, problems… CareerBuilder


19 days ago

Web Applications Developer (Developer Analyst III)

Johnson County Olathe, KS

• Collaborates with internal/external customers, vendors, and other technology staff to ensure efficient use of organizational resources to achieve… CareerBuilder


18 days ago

Oracle Developer Analyst III

Johnson County Olathe, KS

• Leads and completes programming assignments which may include complex issues, major enhancements and builds, system configuration changes, and runs… CareerBuilder


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    PT is great for students-not much room for advancement past that.

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    Current Employee - Dining Services in Overland Park, KS
    Current Employee - Dining Services in Overland Park, KS

    I have been working at Johnson County Community College part-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great place to work as a student. There are good "benefits" (not insurance based) awarded to 'part time regulars'. If you take classes at JCCC, it is an easy transition from work to studies and vice versa. It provides students with a wonderful opportunity to get to know their peers and professors from a different perspective. It also really helps keep students in touch with all available resources, which could be beneficial to their higher educational goals.

    Cons

    Not much to advance too-unless you are in a professional position, do not count on any advancement, acknowledgment, or change to full-time status. The college does not seem to want to shell out any more benefits that are costly to them. Lots of empty promises from upper management persona who are almost always less educated then the person working for them.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It doesn't look good when you are in charge of dining services for JCCC (equip with four full coffee bars and three kitchens) and you are promoting external vendors (like QT coffee). It is bad for the image, and bad for morale.

    Also-your staff are human beings, and deserve to be treated like so. The "trickle down" effect is out dated and, quite frankly, insulting. Assumptions being made about a 5-second visual of a moment, and then complaining to management rather then asking the individuals involved is degrading and shifts the blame to someone else. The "wait for your father to get home" approach is childish. If there is a problem, it is EVERYBODY'S problem and should be treated as so.

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