Operations Specialist I (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 24, 2019
Overall not a bad place to work , lack of promotion potential but after passing probationary period , pretty hard to get terminated . for me , the only way to get ahead was to wait for someone to retire or move .
Worked with the OEC through a disaster relief course. The staff were polite and very work oriented. Was not a paid job nor was I an employee. From what I saw I would recommend looking into a position here.
Alot of work needs to be done it's a mess in there
Oklahoma (Former Employee) – Oklahoma – November 30, 2018
Alot of work needs to be done it's a mess in there t there's not enough supplies in there people are dying in there a portion of food is like for babies when everyone in their eyes grown it's disgusting there was water that floated up to our knees while we were in the working environment it needs to be shut down
Deposit Clerk (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – October 23, 2018
It is a good job, flexible hours, and they allow you sick days. You can work at your own pace, but there are deadlines you have to meet, but no one is standing over your shoulder making sure you do every meticulous thing. You are allowed to listen to your head phones.
It’s ok for awhile but has great benefits. The job can be stressful but it can be rewarding as well because you play a significant role in juveniles lives. You can help make a difference in a juveniles life for long term deter them from their old ways.
Various Positions Held (Former Employee) – Oklahoma – September 20, 2018
The State of Oklahoma offered great benefits. The pay may seem low compared to industry standards, but full-time employees receive an allowance towards benefits which offset what may seem like low wages.
Call Specialist (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – September 17, 2018
The overall atmosphere among my coworkers was one of do only what you had to do to keep the supervisor happy. I was criticized for getting my work done and asking for more. I felt that I did not have a future here, as the job duties fluctuated, and the work I did well was taken away, and I was put in a position to do work that a trained child could have done. Not exactly inspiring to someone who likes to work and do it well.
I learned the tasks of the job.
Management was biased in favor of existing employees and did not attempt to smooth things over.
Workplace culture was one of existing employees against new/temp employees.
The hardest part of the job was to go to work in a hostile environment.
The work was the most enjoyable part of the job, and the friendliness of some of the other temps.
A steady paycheck
Nonsupport for work done well and quickly. Hostility of co-workers for "making us look bad."
Accounting Technician I (Former Employee) – Oklahoma – August 31, 2018
Working for the State is great if you are looking for something not too stressful with great benefits. I was able to have a very good work/life balance while employed with the State and would consider working for then again now that I have finished university.
WITHDRAWAL CLERK (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 16, 2018
very relaxed work environment, ability to implement your own ideas . work at your own, pace. developement your own plan of action. great management. . learned alot about the oklahoma public retirement system.
Safety Intern (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK 73105 – July 11, 2018
I only worked part time as an Intern. A typical day would include going to meet with my manager and getting a list of what i needed to do that day. I was only there for for 4 months before i graduated.
MATH TEACHER (Current Employee) – Tahlequah, OK – May 20, 2018
I hold a certified teaching certificate for the state of Oklahoma. My endorsements of highly qualified are in general math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, math analysis, health, and physical education.