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3 days ago

Planner I

County Of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

For more details, please review the announcement at www.sbcounty.gov/hr. Application can be made on-line ? apply ASAP ? open until 12/11/15 at 5 PM… jobsradar.com

4 days ago

Employment/Classification Analyst

County Of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

The County of San Bernardino is currently accepting applications for Employment/Classification Analysts who perform professional level analytical… jobsradar.com

6 days ago

Library Assistant

County Of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

Library Assistant-Valley $12.61 to $17.31/hr. Library Assistants implement system wide programs in the areas of youth, adult, literacy, volunteer… CareerArc

8 days ago

Law Enforcement Office Assistant III

County Of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

Substitution: Six (6) semester (9 quarter) units of completed office-related college coursework (e.g., typing, business skills, computer related… jobsradar.com

13 days ago

Library Assistant - Morongo

County Of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

The Job Benefits Supplemental Questions The County Library System is recruiting for Library Assistants who are prepared to work in a… jobsradar.com

8 days ago

Probation Cook II

County Of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

Applicants must meet one of the three options listed below. Option A: One (1) year of (full-time equivalent) experience as an institutional cook in… jobsradar.com

16 days ago

Capital Improvement Project Managers

San Bernardino County San Bernardino, CA

include developing and updating project schedules, tracking construction budgets, managing Requests for Information, and coordination of design and… CareerArc

5 days ago

Workers Compensation Adjuster II

County of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

The Risk Management Department is recruiting for a Workers' Compensation Adjuster II who independently processes a wide variety of workers… Jobvertise

20 hrs ago

Library Assistant - High Desert – new

County of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

Note: The Library System has 32 branches throughout the County. This recruitment is for the High Desert area only. If you are not interested in… County of San Bernardino

20 hrs ago

Library Assistant - Chino Valley/Montclair – new

County of San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA

Note: The Library System has 32 branches throughout the County. This recruitment is for the Chino Valley/Monclair area only. If you are not… County of San Bernardino

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    Can Be a Wonderful Place to Work, But Varies Widely Over Departments and Programs

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    Current Employee - Supervisor: Not Management, Has Subordinate Supervisor Reports in San Bernardino, CA
    Current Employee - Supervisor: Not Management, Has Subordinate Supervisor Reports in San Bernardino, CA

    I have been working at County of San Bernardino full-time


    I am a many year veteran of the county and have worked in three different departments. I currently am an upper level supervisor. San Bernardino County actually has very good pay and benefits! They might be a bit behind some contiguous counties, but surprisingly you will find MUCH better pay and benefits than in San Diego county and those things vary depending on the jobs for Riverside, Orange and LA counties. If you are lucky enough to work in one of the programs that has great management, your work experience can be amazing. Many departments and programs offer flexible work schedule and some, like ours, have serious flexibility because we like to treat employees the same way we want to be treated. However, it is important to note that all programs work under department direction and in doing so, have a set of rules that still need to be followed. A program manager may not have the latitude to do things they think are the right things to do. It's truly all about upper management. Another nice thing is that once you are a permanent employee, you have the ability to place yourself on a transfer list and you can laterally transfer to other departments. Obviously you would not want to do this often because that is a red flag for hiring, but if you end up somewhere that is not the right spot for you, you do have a lot of options! It's also REALLY hard to get fired. Oh, it can happen, but you have to really screw up for a long time and most people would rather continue in their position and do what needs to be done to stay on, but it creates a nice feeling of security.


    If you are unfortunate enough to work under one of the departments that aren't the best, and those usually have a reputation, or you get stuck with a manager or supervisor who doesn't treat you well or micromanages, you can have a miserable work life. It's REALLY hard to get fired, which means sometimes you are stuck with co-workers or employees who just do a terrible job and it is difficult to get rid of them. This creates morale issues and frustration for all involved. Because the county is so huge, most people don't get TRUE recognition on an individual level. Management DOES tend to be the Good Ol' Boys (or girls) club and while succession planning is "encouraged" it is exceptionally difficult to put into practice except at the highest levels. Promoting within your program can be difficult due to the county's hiring practices, which includes bizarre tests and eligible lists that may not allow your name to come up when your program is hiring. Again, frustrating for employees and supervisors.

    Advice to Management

    Trust your subordinates. Make great hiring decisions and trust the people under you to do their jobs. Micromanaging seems to be a chronic county problem. Let go of the hunger for power and instead hunger for a department that is successful both for the population it serves and fiscally for the county. Treat people the way you want to be treated. Recognize excellence and address problems swiftly and appropriately.

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