Great benefits, low wages, non-promoting culture. Facilities are outdated, work environment is cramped, entry level and mid-level employees are supportive of one another, gap in support between upper management and lower level employees. Hardest part of job is adapting to ever-changing processes due to high employee turn over and major disconnect between process implementing management and on the ground workers. Management has never worked as a "ground troop" so there is very little understanding of what the workers do, therefore support is limited. If you like learning by being thrown in the deep end and you are a motivated self-starter, this is a good job to get your feet wet in. Not a good institution for longevity at this time. Most enjoyable part of job is the learning atmosphere and flexibility.
Free in-state tuition for you and family, good retirement options
No potential for upward mobility or promotion, low wages, very low potential for raises dispite stellar performace