Questions and Answers about Oklahoma Department of Human Services

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What is the work environment and culture like at Oklahoma Department of Human Services?

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Overworked underpaid and miserable

Answered - Child Welfare Specialist II (Current Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK

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Work environment. is very cut throat. No one is there to really help children and families....they are there to rip families apart and make money for the State!

Answered - Child Welfare FC (Former Employee) - OKC Juvenile Court Building

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Cohesive. Working with may divisions was great and everybody was helpful. Coworkers were positive and helpful.

Answered - Adult Protective Investigator (Former Employee) - Claremore, OK

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Job was stressful, but rewarding working with families and children to achieve finalization.

Answered - Adoption Field Manager (Former Employee) - Tulsa, OK

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No opportunities to move up. Running out of money workers are doing the work of three worker's.

Answered - Social Services Specialist 11 (Current Employee) - 7201 nw 10 st okc ok 73127

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No opportunities to move up. Running out of money workers are doing the work of three worker's.

Answered - Social Services Specialist 11 (Current Employee) - 7201 nw 10 st okc ok 73127

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The culture in each county is different, but the one I am in is awesome!

Answered - Child Welfare Specialist II (Current Employee) - El Reno, OK

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The work environment at OKDHS is a social work environment that involves a lot of interaction with children and families. I am an adoption specialist and my current position consists of finding homes and families for children who have the goal of adoption as well as preparing children and families for the adoption process as well as work closely with the courts, attorneys, and judges during the process.

Answered - Adoption Specialist (Current Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK

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