Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Thomson, IL – October 10, 2015
While I believe the benefits could use some tweaking, CBH is an outstanding place to work. By far the best place I have ever worked. The nurses were treated with such respect from management staff and they were truly appreciative and rewarding for hard work! Would highly recommend!
Paralegal Specialist (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 28, 2015
Attorneys seek my assistance in many different ways, from making biners, to making phone calls, legal research, drafting correspondence and legal documents, keeping track of all the exhibits, legal documents and correspondence.
JPSO (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 21, 2015
Program Mangers don't care about their employees. Your work outside in the elements in below freezing temperatures sometimes for 12 hours straight with no break. Inspectors a sneaky and underhanded. will try to get you fired.
Court Room Legal Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 7, 2015
The work is never ending, one day flows into the next. The work literally never stops. You are busy from the moment you step in the door until you try to leave for the day knowing the work is there for you when you return the next day. Within the first week, you will know if you have what it takes to work at this job.
material handler supervisor (Current Employee) – Atlanta ga – June 1, 2015
I have had an incredible career with the DOJ, it has provided a great life for my wife and now adult children. but there is a reason that they offer a 20 year retirement, I am interacting with convicted felons daily and it can be overwhelming at times. Overall a great career.
Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – May 5, 2015
A great government agency with a stellar reputation; however, I wish I had done my due diligence into my job title and overall duties and responsibilities because there is not a lot of leverage and career growth for non-attorney staff (unless you are an analyst or project manager). That said, I worked to gain a new position on my own with little guidance or mentorship and to date, has improved my standing considerably.
Overall, management could be much better especially to assist employees interested in building a career at the DOJ on a non-attorney track. The work-life balance could not be better and the benefits packages are also quite excellent. There are trade-offs to any job, but the DOJ does provide its employees with an alternative to private sector work that most find attractive.