Behavioral Health Administrator (Current Employee) – Bismarck, ND – October 8, 2017
I love serving people. I love the idea of trying to improve people's lives. My Division lacks of structure. Management changes everything every three months. We write and rewrite policies and procedures over and over, but none follows any polices or procedures.
Electronic Court Recorder (Former Employee) – Watford City, ND – July 10, 2017
The State of North Dakota became my home and I met and worked with some of the most brilliant minds and the most loving human beings among us. If I didn't have to move because of my husband's business, I would still be there and would have loved to retire there.
Life Skills Trainer/Medication Technician II (Former Employee) – Grafton, ND – July 3, 2017
I used to work At Life Skills and Transition Center in Grafton, ND. It is a State run organization. I love the individuals that we served, job is not hard but you need extra energy if you needed to stay because a co worker called in for a shift. Hardest part of the job is losing an individual that we worked with.
working extra hours if you will be mandated, required to stay if you are short staffed
We provided the best clinical care of any place I have ever worked. We staffed clients daily and made the most informed decisions regarding their treatment. We ran 3 residential facilities, 1 transitional living facility, provided Intensive Outpatient Treatment as part of the MATRIX EBT program and had multiple aftercare options.
My position as a project manager is one I have worked so hard to get to. No two days at my job are the same. I love meeting new people and being faced with new challenges, as well as finding ways to overcome them. Documentation is constant and consistent between project managers, so our area is cohesive. Management is excellent and understanding when things come up. Co-workers are extemely diverse, helpful and well-rounded. I love that I get to use many of my best talents as a project manager,
Deputy Clerk II (Current Employee) – Bismarck, ND – March 6, 2014
Each day I go to work knowing there is work to be completed and job security will always be there. Unfortunately, we have criminals that need a helping hand when they end up in trouble. I enjoy e-filing documents, opening new cases, and customer service. Even if we can help 1 person a week, we have success. The best part about my job is when that 1 defendant writes back after being incarcerated for a period or just got out of treatment and they write a letter to the court "thanking" them for what they've done. Sometimes it's just that 1 step that can save a person from the inevitable. Most enjoyable part of my job is meeting new people and learning new duties.
Great health insurance
Would like to have more training and/or classes offered.
Judicial Law Clerk (Current Employee) – Grafton, ND – February 26, 2014
Working for the State provides stability in your employer, along with many benefits, including great resources. Knowledgeable administrative staff, friendly co-workers, and opportunities to further your education or certifications.