Child and Family Services Specialist (Current Employee) – Hastings, NE – June 21, 2017
My current office is a great place to work with great supervisors. My coworkers are amazing and help provide me with knowledge to handle many situations. The pay that we receive for the amount of work and situations we are put in is not enough. However, I really enjoy my job.
Information Technology Applications Developer (Former Employee) – 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, NE 68509 – April 28, 2017
I am a morning person, so I usually arrive early to work. The IT Division is a very challenging position with constant personnel, software, hardware and Director changes. They strive to be as professional as possible with the public, co-workers and field office personnel.
Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee) – Lincoln, NE – April 25, 2017
I work for the Medicaid division. I type information taken from documents such as dental, nursing home and medicare submissions. We also do inserting for screening and we work adjustments for any needed corrections submitted by providers.
Very good vacation time, sick leave and retirement fund.
Tour Guide (Former Employee) – North Platte, NE – March 30, 2017
Love working with tourists. Liked learning history. Wish the job was year round. The pay was only minimum. Enjoyed what they called History Days with all the fourth graders around North Platte. The kids had so much fun learning and playing pioneer games!
Distance Learning Information Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Hastings, NE – March 18, 2017
I would start my with the Master Chief Sargent for instructions. Then I would clean workstations of PII's and guarantee that peripherals were working. The hardest part of the job was the complexity of Polycom for the distance learning technology. Most fulfilling part of the job was assisting the troops to acquire the certifications they needed to get promoted.
Former employee (Former Employee) – Captial – March 14, 2017
I love the work but management was judgmental there was always a differential in treatment, management attacked my professionalism and used my evaluations to discredit me. My look apparently didn't fit the look of the office.
Mental Health Specialist II (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – January 30, 2017
This job is stable and the compensation and benefits are above average. Work culture is not always the best at times due to the high stress of the environment day to day. There is a lot of paper work but you do get to see the positive impact you can have on a persons life
Recreation Specialist (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 27, 2017
Here I was able to learn about myself in regards to strengths and how to improve upon my weaknesses. Working in a correctional facility was something I never thought of, but once there I was able to have security through friends and colleagues that wanted to see me succeed.
Caseworker for Department of Corrections (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 20, 2017
A fast paced place to work with amazing coworkers. Constantly changing with wonderful management. They were understaffed and at times a person was not able to get off work to attend medical appointments. They tried to assist all the employees when they can but at times it was difficult. Training was offered to assist employees where it was needed.
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – January 16, 2017
many dedicated employees management of over 52 employees on 3 shifts. 24 hour facility. the clientele was chronic and persistent mentally ill. Help clients achieve personal progress and work towards movement to a less restrictive environment.
benefits, retirement, health insurance
Difficulty with large organization and flexibility
Management is too micromanaged men seem to be offered or promoted more than women, they are put into potions and it's not offered to others, seniority is non Existent, they make up rules as they go, I was told by an old supervise that managers Will be belived over staff, experienced this first hand, also its a very hostile work environment, I've stayed because of benefits and our members , sorry if it's not a good review but I believe in Honesty.
Buyer of all electronics for the State of Nebraska
Buyer (Current Employee) – Lincoln, NE – November 17, 2016
Most days are spent purchasing electronics and services through the creation of purchase orders. Occasionally equipment and/or services need to be purchased through Sole Source or Contracts. These I would take the lead to ensure all paperwork was in order according to State Statute and seeing the project through to completion. Working with a small group of great gals which makes the job enjoyable. I took this job knowing it was outside of my box and mastered the required tasks. Now that I have achieved my goal the hardest part is the dull daily routine. I am ready for challenge once more.
Unit Case Worker (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – November 12, 2016
Working for the state was my dream when I went to school. I grew up in a household that was engaged in politics, and always had in my mind to strive for working for the state. In any case, working in correctional jail settings is a little bit overwhelming under certain circumstances. My focus and education is geared more towards social aspect rather than law enforcement.