UTMB is resting on it's laurels of long ago. It use to be working for the state meant advancement, good benefits, and a sort of "family atmosphere". New management has come in and created possibly the most divisive atmosphere anyone has ever seen. No one is safe here, including tenured faculty. There is a great disconnect between classification and education that results in terminally degreed personnel being dictated to by administrative level folks, who some have no degree at all. Those same non or low level degreed people "control" the bottom line classified or "worker bee" people by using time as the only focus. Gone is the idea of performance and productivity goals for BS/MS level people with decades of experience. As long as you show up and clock in an out on a Wal-Mart style time management plan, you will be fine.
I cannot more strongly urge people, especially research support staff titles, to NOT seek employment at UTMB.