Secretary (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – April 11, 2018
Responsibilities were clerical in nature. Continuing education classes were offered yearly which were used to increase skills. The hardest part of the job was that there was a hiring freeze and I was the only secretary at the time. Therefore, I was pulled from department to department.
User Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 8, 2017
My department was poorly managed by an inexperienced person with little technical skills. Hardware refreshes are big projects to them and could take years to implement. The salary was barely above minimum wage. Not recommended for people with disabilities.
Facilities Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 22, 2017
A job as a State employee yields various opportunities to enhance your career. Training, network venues and retirement pkg. I am thankful for my years with State government. I am retiring and want something closer to home and allows my flexibility for other activities.
Improve communication when disseminating information to staff
Executive Assistant to the Director (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 27, 2017
poor management, salary employees are treated as hourly. some are not qualified to be in higher position and other who are qualified are in lower position. then there are the employees who just sit do nothing to ride the system, to draw a paycheck.
Productive workplace with lots of independence and a flexible work schedule.
Financial Ops Generalist 2 - Finance Division (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 26, 2017
My typical day at work involves keying direct invoices. I have learned governmental accounting and earned a certificate. The management has an open door policy. The hardest part of my job is making sure all direct invoices that come in, get paid the same day. The most enjoyable part of may job is when I have completed all assigned duties.
Flexible schedule, independence and on the job training
Veteran Employment Representative (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – May 22, 2017
Productive workplace great place to service veterans and their families seeking employment. Job has good work hours and the work schedule is Monday -Friday. Most of the people there are engaged ,focused on assisting individuals and have a attitude to serve others.
Resources are available and community relations make job easier.
DOL SERVICES SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Covington, GA – April 20, 2017
I love what I do everyday. I get to help people who are going through the toughest periods in their lives and it gives me a sense of true purpose.I don't get paid a whole lot but I have an enormous amount of peace and my manager is amazing!
Calm environment when their are not any interruptions in the system
Computer Complex Operator Supervisor (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 15, 2016
Ensure that the Gdol operating systems are operating currently,troubleshoot circuit's for any outages. Gdol recently switched to new system for processing my experience with Unix has been increased. Staff members worked as team member's during transition. Management staff easy to work with in reference to training and also access to other departments for information. It was enjoyable to work with so many people that had different level's skills and were willing to share their knowledge with me. The hardest part of the job was when staff was not included in the reconstruction of the operating system and the staff had to figure the new process using trail and error.
discount's offered on a large amount of items with the state