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Generally Enjoyable Office Environment
Office Specialist 2 (Current Employee), Keizer, ORFebruary 24, 2014
Pros: management with reasonable expectations and accommodating style
Cons: the 30 minute lunch is a bit limiting and makes for rushed eating.
I work in the Medical Assistance Programs section of the Oregon Health Authority, as an Office Specialist 2, responsible for processing Cover Oregon insurance applications. The job is equal parts routine and non-routine, which makes the job enjoyable for the variation in mental intensity. Part of the time is spent doing data entry, but it is also important – more... to assess the completeness of the application and the adherence to the rules of required information. Every family is different and I have enjoyed having my eyes opened to just how much diversity there is in the concept of "an unconventional family." Management is equal parts accommodating and demanding, and generally strives to create a productive work environment without being harsh or unreasonable. The workforce is diverse in age and socio-economic background, but the gender mix is decidedly weighted to female, at a ratio of about 9:1. The dress code is office casual. – less
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Operations & Policy Analyst (Current Employee), Portland, ORNovember 11, 2013
Environment where you can quickly build your existing skill set in a number of areas, working on a variety of projects and programs.
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Varies by Agency
DMAP Interim Medicaid Policy Unit Manager (Current Employee), Salem, ORApril 12, 2013
Pros: can really make a difference in peoples lives
Cons: many barriers to truly make a difference
Oregon Health Authority is comprised of several agencies, each with its own culture, strengths and challenges.