Georgia Department of Public Health
Happiness rating is 68 out of 100
3.5 out of 5 stars.
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Work happiness
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Above average
Do people feel they have the time and location flexibility they need?
Above average
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  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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There is 1 Georgia Department of Public Health job close to Ashburn, VA. You can check out other available jobs at Georgia Department of Public Health.

Business Support Analyst-BCW

District 10, MD

$33,000 a year

27 days ago

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Popular Roles

Registered Nurse
$45.00 per hour
Contact Tracer
$20.91 per hour
Care Worker
$15.00 per hour


Registered Nurse
$45.00 per hour
Registered Nurse - Operating Room
$42,544 per year
Director of Nursing
$69,273 per year

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Customer Service Representative
$24,058 per year
Call Center Representative
$14.21 per hour

Medical Technician

$37,468 per year
$47,776 per year
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Work & Life Balance


Social Services Program Coordinator in Macon, GA
on February 26, 2021
Good entry position
Good opportunity for individuals fresh out of college. Good experience and training opportunities. Pay to job expectation role is not balanced. They require specific degree levels for certain positions but the salaries are lousy. Opportunities for advancement depending on what department you’re in. Not a bad place to work if you are being compensated for your duties.
Vital Records Program Assistant in Atlanta, GA
on February 22, 2021
Tasks were easy but pretty redundant. Co-workers made the job bearable and somewhat enjoyable. Definitely learned patience while dealing with the general public.
Healthcare Program Consultant in Atlanta, GA
on February 13, 2021
Productive, demanding environment, with flexibility to self-manage workload and work independently. Rewarding public service centered responsibilities, where you can make a difference and an impact.
Clerk in Athens, GA
on February 9, 2021
I enjoy working with people, but the salary is not good. Due to the cost of living we are not able to take care of our selves. I had to have 2 jobs at one time to make it and pay bills .The state needs to pay clerical support staff more. I believe that's why a lot of great employees have left because of low salary. I have been working for Public Health since 1997 and have only made 12, 000 more per year since then. Some of the staff I supervise make as much as I do.
Case Investigator in Atlanta, GA
on January 1, 2021
Pay isn’t that great but it’s a good place to start if you are interested in the public health field. I’m not sure how is it is to get promoted because it’s never been discussed.
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Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a month

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What business person do you admire and why? What skills and qualities have you acquired on your present job that would make you a great candidate for the position?

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Shared on January 20, 2020

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Shared on July 7, 2019
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