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About the company

  • CEO
    Roy Cooper
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration


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Assistant County Ranger in Elizabethtown, NC
on July 8, 2021
A typical day consists of a good balance of office and field work. I've learned a lot of job related things, however I am unsure of how they help outside of this job. Management is rough, it's a government job so no raises unless its politically approved, you fight fire but aren't considered a firefighter, and management can make things way harder than it needs to be. Having to sacrifice my springs and time for fire issues is the hardest part. On-call is also a pain. The people I work with are the best part.
Food Service Officer in Newport, NC
on May 23, 2021
Pay is only good if you work 50+ hrs of overtime unless your single and live by yourself. Management doesn't respect home life family needs. . Job isn't worth the money we're paid
Administrative Specialist II in Raleigh, NC
on May 19, 2021
As with most Government jobs. There are great Departments, Good Departments and Okay Depaetments. Unfortunately, there is always too much favoritism and too many cliques.
Administrative Assistant in Raleigh, NC
on May 12, 2021
My department is very flexible so work life balance is great. Benefits are outstanding. Pay is low!! But it is expected since benefits are good. Co-workers are pretty lazy - NOBODY ever gets fired from the state.. so people get away with murder when it comes to not working 40 hours and slacking off. Upper management is fake and doesn’t actually care about you. But if you get in with a good office/department then this is a GREAT JOB!
Director in Statewide
on April 10, 2021
Difficulty completing assignments in a timely manner due to others not providing information needed. Management is generally ok. Difficult to get raises.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a month

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Shared on March 24, 2020

What are your goals and what do you wish for your future to look like.

Shared on June 30, 2018

State of North Carolina locations

Raleigh, NC
Charlotte, NC
Butner, NC
Durham, NC
Wilmington, NC
Greensboro, NC

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