Compliance Agent -BMC (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 23, 2018
investigate injuries for Medicaid subrogation. Read Medical report to determine if a third party is liable to reimburse Medicaid. Worked with attorneys for personal injury cases. set up restitution against defendants, who are responsible of injuring the Medicaid recipient.
Workforce Services Specialist II-Eligibility (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – October 16, 2018
The State of Utah is a fantastic employer. They treat their employees well and they provide exceptional benefits. My only criticism is that the pay is low and it is very hard to live on it with one income.
HEARING SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Carbon and Emery county in utah. – August 2, 2018
This was a part time position so there were no benefits. The people were great to work with and gave assistance and training when needed. There was ongoing training for sign language and support from the managers. There was in-house training on a regular basis. The time I spent working was up to me. I scheduled classes that I taught and scheduled presentations and booths. I loved working with the people i taught because it was exciting to see them learn better ways to adapt to hearing loss and they were very appreciative. It was hard to keep my hours under 16 hours a week sometimes.
Lack of leadership that is consistent with the divisions mission.
JJS, Case manager/Parole Officer Supervisor (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 9, 2018
Leadership does not give employees a voice. Open and honest exchanges of ideas are not valued or sought out and can be responded to with harshness and retaliation if it does not coincide with upper management views or opinions. Poor decisions are consistently made that cost the division needlessly and when they are made those responsible do not seem to to take any accountability, whereas, they expect perfection from those they supervise and issue harsher than necessary disciplinary actions. Qualified individuals with education and experience are not promoted or rewarded. Cronyism runs rampant in promoting and rewarding employees.
Staff (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 18, 2018
I really enjoyed working with the State of Utah. Most staff were very pleasant to work with. The typlical day was very stressful. The hardest part was not being able to advance your technical knowldege. It was only based on your position.
Line staff are overworked. Hard to advance. Terrible supervisor!
Counselor II (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – June 17, 2018
The majority of the programs are run 24-7. Very hard to take time off. Poor training. Supervosorvja critical in all aspects of the job and has a do what so say attitude. She is last one to take accountability fir her mistakes.
Sr. Compliance Agent II (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – June 14, 2018
I worked here as an agent and a senior agent. The agent position can be very stressful sometimes when dealing with difficult clients. But the majority of the time this isn't the case. The first year is the hardest because of the 1-year probationary period, you have no flexibility in your schedule. Once you reach the 1-year mark you have more options. The people I worked with were friendly and supportive. It is very structured.
Court Clerk II (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 11, 2018
Fast paced, productive work environment. Fun and friendly co-workers, exceptional work hours. Meet lots of new people on a daily basis. Work with different state agencies through out the state that assist with our day to day operations.
Janitor/Cleaner- Utah Cleaning (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 27, 2018
This job was very helpful and organized when I first started but once i got to know the supervisor and started helping more on the job they would take advantage of you, they wouldn't pay you for some hours that you worked, very unorganized and the supervisor would speak to you in a very sarcastic way almost just to get you mad. While working here i did try my best to deal with it as long as I could but after continuously not getting paid for the hours that i did work it just wasn't worth the stress, unprofessional ism, and pay. They definitely over work you and don't pay employees what is supposed to be paid.
Clinical Therapist, ACMHC (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT 84119 – March 23, 2018
The most enjoyable part of this job is working with our community and seeing positive results. This has taught me much about myself and others. The job entails a lot of responsibility and staff are willing to take on the duties with optimistic views.