First of all the good. There are a decent number of days off and decent health benefits, but really no better than industry standards. The workload is not enormous and its not something you need to spend a lot of mental energy on and you can easily leave your work at work. There are some activities on a somewhat regular basis, and if you like those, they can be enjoyable. If you don't like them, they are an unnecessary annoyance. People can be friendly and that can be a plus, but there are also some problems. If you do your work even reasonably well and have no major issues, you can probably work here forever, if you are satisfied with that.
The bad. The compensation is likely to be about as low as you can find for a full-time job of this type. Yes, its a non-profit, state institution. No, they don't have to try to screw you as hard as they do to keep your pay low. If your pay starts low its very hard to get it higher as raises are very low and infrequent. There is really only one level above entry level and there are very few of those positions. There is a big problem of about 10% of the employees gossiping, not working, basically bringing the rest of the company down. Unfortunately this 10% includes a good number of higher management. Speaking of higher management, they have no idea how a professional/business environment works, so do not expect that here.
Overall, if you are looking for a place to work short-term, this can work out for you as long as none of the negatives take hold in your daily life. If you are looking for a career, look elsewhere, you will not have a progressive environment or any possibility of real advancement. Management here is a big negative and thats hard to deal with long-term.