Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Happiness rating is 56 out of 100
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Texas Health and Human Services Commission Careers and Employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 457 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
56
Work Happiness Score
Below average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
68
Purpose
Average
Do people feel their work has a clear sense of purpose?
66
Learning
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About the company

  • Founded
    1912
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Jobs

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Investigator VI

Austin, TX

$4,301 - $7,040 a month

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Public Health Applications Programmer

Austin, TX

$4,599 - $7,533 a month

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TWA I/MES I/HBW I

Alpine, TX

$2,320 - $3,650 a month

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CPS Alternative Response Worker Trainee

Hillsboro, TX

$3,817 - $4,867 a month

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Budget Analyst IV

Austin, TX

$4,599 - $6,066 a month

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Legal CPS Regional Attny III

Amarillo, TX

$5,259 - $6,941 a month

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Veterinarian II

Austin, TX

$5,259 - $7,719 a month

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Nurse I (AFP 7-3)

Vernon, TX

$4,669 - $5,747 a month

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Psychiatric Nursing Asst III (AFP 3-11)

Vernon, TX

$2,423 - $3,650 a month

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Time Administrator

Mexia, TX

$2,453 - $3,159 a month

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Data Analyst III

Austin, TX

$4,301 - $5,671 a month

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Research Specialist V

Austin, TX

$4,599 - $6,066 a month

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Administrative Asst IV

Austin, TX

$2,748 - $3,543 a month

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Program Specialist VI

Austin, TX

$4,599 - $7,533 a month

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Safety Offcr II

Arlington, TX

$3,293 - $5,371 a month

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CPS Conservatorship Worker

San Antonio, TX

$3,817 - $4,337 a month

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Budget Analyst V

Austin, TX

$5,259 - $8,624 a month

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Director II

Austin, TX

$6,363 - $8,562 a month

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Clerk I-Vocational Services M-F, 8-5

Vernon, TX

$1,807 - $2,223 a month

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CPS CVS Supervisor I

Conroe, TX

$3,763 - $4,956 a month

2 days ago

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Salaries

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Customer Service Representative
$3,424 per month
Investigator
$40,487 per year
Nursing Assistant
$2,391 per month
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Benefits

Employees at Texas Health and Human Services Commission have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 2.2K reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Texas Works Advisor I in El Paso, TX
on April 30, 2021
Job security
If you like working in a call center environment, this job is for you. Lots of overtime is available and mandatory. Working from home is a plus or you can work from the office if that is your preference.
Unit Supervisor III/Program Manager in Houston, TX
on May 3, 2021
Great company, provided training and development which helped when promoting. Great benefits and time off. Salary could be better, overall decent pay.
Texas Works Advisor II in Texas
on April 19, 2021
When I first started this seemed like the perfect job for me and my family. Ever since I was finished with training and the 6 mo probationary period it’s been nothing but mandatory OT, and mandatory 6 day work weeks, micromanagement, they care only about numbers. “We’re here to help Texans,” but forgetting their employees are Texans who are also going through the second year of a PANDEMIC. We are also going through regular life struggles on TOP of the ones caused by covid, all while being burnt out by all the extra hours and days we now have to work. They don’t tell you when you quit you only get paid Annual leave. We WORK to earn comp time but they don’t pay it out, which is unfair. Employees are being worn out and HHSC isn’t doing or offering anything to help. The pay is horrible. And the way OT is paid out....it’s over taxed
Direct Support Professional in El Paso, TX
on April 11, 2021
Working here was the worst mistake I ever did! Not only is management bad but they treat the individuals horrible!!!! HR does not exist here and they would pay you very poorly! If you want a good career do not work here! I was treated so horrible after my accident and did not want to deal with me.
Eligibility Specialist, Investigator, Hearings Officer in Fort Worth, TX, Arlington, Texas
on April 9, 2021
Flexible schedule & family oriented. Diverse population. Hard to advance. It's about who you know and not what you know. Pay is low for the amount of work. Job is more secure than the public sector. People often stay for the medical benefits & holidays.
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Interview insights

Insights from 337 Indeed users who have interviewed with Texas Health and Human Services Commission within the last 5 years.

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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

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Shared on November 5, 2018

They explained the job description and ask if I could handle the demands of working in a stressful workplace.

Shared on September 28, 2018
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Texas Health and Human Services Commission locations

3.5
Austin, TX
3.2
Houston, TX
3.4
San Antonio, TX
3.4
Denton, TX
3.2
Dallas, TX
3.4
El Paso, TX
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