Good parts, but terrible executive management
Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – May 31, 2015
There is a good work/life balance at CDHS, and the job is relatively safe so long as there aren't major overhauls in local politics. That said, the executive management team have been featured a number of times in articles published by the Denver Post, about retaliatory work culture, questionable ethics and practices, and lack of transparency with the legislature. I think that, if they eventually leave and there is leadership changes, the agency will return to being a positive place to work and develop one's career.
centrally located downtown, reliable pay rates, decent benefits overall
poor upper management, lack of opportunity for advancement, no compensation for degree level