Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Lexington, OK – September 12, 2017
i hated it because if the simple fact i was paid so small for such a big demand. others should try it ans see. a typican work day involved getting up maybe at 5am working all day until you eventually got off what i learned is the state penal system doesnt take care of noone not even its official employees
Process Server (Current Employee) – Oklahoma – August 17, 2017
Great job if you love driving. It can be challenging to find serves. Attorneys and loan companies need our service. The state of Oklahoma must have process servers to be honest and have integrity. This job is good for those working around another job.
Choose your own hours
Gas, need to find more clients who may only need one serve. Its competitive.
Sr. Research Analyst -Healthcare (Current Employee) – Oklahoma – August 1, 2017
Working for OHCA has allowed me to grow in many ways. I have advanced multiple times in the span of 5 years. I also receive a tremendous benefit package that is second to none. This is the kind of place that allows great flexibility in hours and also the type of company that has great leaders who push you to be better!
Procedures and Accreditation Manager (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 24, 2017
Overworked. Understaffed. Underpaid. That pretty much sums it up. When people quit, retire, or promote, you are given that person's job duties on top of what you already have assigned to you. There is no compensation for this.
Case Manager of clients (Former Employee) – Stillwater, OK – July 14, 2017
Case management with disabled individuals. A very rewarding and interesting career making care plans and ensuring that all multiple disciplinary team was following the care plan and the individual was getting excellent care.
Chef (Former Employee) – Watonga, OK – July 9, 2017
I had never worked in food service before. The Head Chef was very helpful and worked with me til we were both confident i could do the job unsupervised.All the people I worked with including waitstaff, chefs and other lodge personnel were all wonderful to work with.
Accounting Manager/HR (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 6, 2017
Arrival early as the day will begin to get really busy. Sort the daily stacks and proceed to handle the urgent matters first. Press on to the regular activities and complete projects as they are brought in. Learning that everyone is important to the success of a business. Hardest part of the would be knowing when to stop for the day and begin again tomorrow. Most enjoyable part of the job, completing projects and moving on to the next. Satisfaction in a job well done.
Senior Strategic Initiatives Specialist (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 3, 2017
A typical day at work will start early and end late. If breadth of IT industry understanding is what you are after, then this is a wonderful place to work. The hardest and most enjoyable part of this job is the variety, and unpredictable nature of the daily challenges.
service worker (Former Employee) – Norman campus – June 11, 2017
Very laid back and family oriented. Awesome opportunity to meet people from all over the world and learn about the different cultures. Managers were never afraid to tell u how wonderful a job u were doing
Great benefits but the unpredictable hours are hard.
Child Welfare Specialist II (Current Employee) – Muskogee, OK – May 29, 2017
The state has great benefits for employees. The fact that the state gives an allowance to pay for health insurance is very helpful. The hours and unpredictable of the child welfare department is very hard.