Clerk Typist (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 24, 2018
Paitents come to the medical center seeking either treatment or follow up results. Most of the work load is handled by the doctors with the patients but all other follow up information and corresponding information filters in and out by the clerks.
Health Clerk (Current Employee) – Collinsville, IL – July 17, 2018
Working in the schools as a Health Clerk, is very fast paced and very detailed orientated position. Managing confidential health records from staff and students making sure they maintain the requirements for the Department of Public Health was my main task.
Student Worker (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 25, 2018
Workplace was friendly.Also, the most enjoyable part of work in DPH was teamwork, because i atchived lots of experience from my co-workers to know how should i handle different tasks in different situations.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlatna – April 19, 2018
Depending on your job, you will be able to learn something new daily, be in meetings all day and/or in a training. Being able to educate residents is very enjoyable. The agency really appreciation their employees.
Intern (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 16, 2018
This space was amazing to be in. There are alot of new diffferent skills that you learn and the people that work there are so nice and so helpful. I felt like i could ask anyone anyth8ng if i had any questions. It was also amazing to interact with children.
Accounts Payable Manger (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 5, 2018
The management in the financial area is unexperienced and immature, their primary focus is looking good on the surface versus building a strong foundation. The are willing to violate DPH policy and participate in unethical behavior.
Clinical Assistant (Former Employee) – El Paso, Texas – March 12, 2018
Very fast pase, you do learn a lot about every think that is provided. You work with the public and that is very rewording. You work with diffrent culture and believes. I believe the hardest part was the extended hours, the most enjoyable part was having great co-workers. Management was not that great, but was able to work with it.
Environmental Health Specialist (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 6, 2018
There is no room to grow. You can be the most knowledgeable top producer in the field but will not grow unless someone retires or unfortunately passes. Favoritism is throughout. The job requires us to inspect multi-unit homes and that in itself can be dangerous. I have had many dangerous encounters.
Technical Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – January 23, 2018
Worst management I've ever worked for in my career. The IT Department I was in was horrible moral was the worst I've been around and I worked with TCN's(Third Country Nationalist in the Middle East). It's place were you can see something bad happening by a stressed out employee.
Bacteriologist I (Current Employee) – Jamaica Plain, MA – January 22, 2018
this is typical state building. No one wants to work and they will suck the life out of you over time. I used to think my lab was different but after a year and a half i can honestly say that everyone eventually becomes the typical lazy state employee. No matter what you do about it you will be next so don't even start here!
after 6 months its near impossible to get fired
Nobody does anything because its impossible to get fired.
Student Assistant (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – January 19, 2018
If you are a Student Assistant the pay wage, benefits and work load is unfair in my oppinion, you get no paid leave unless you accumulate the sick leave which technically is different. no benefits,could be more productive.Only received 28 hours a week once pay raised from 9.00 to 10.00.
Microbiology Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 9, 2018
I was working in tight quarters with other labs assistance, and so it is very important to respect each other boundaries. The people I worked with were extremely cool, the assignment is very repetitive.
Environmental Health Specialist I (Current Employee) – Brunswick, GA – October 22, 2017
I enjoyed working with my coworkers. We worked as a team to complete difficult task. Each day is different, I have learned a substantial amount of information since the very beginning. The hardest part of the job is not being able to do everything all at once. You must have excellent time management skills. The most enjoyable part for me is being able to perform inspections and reward facilities on what they do correctly and educate them on what could use improvements.