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- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
Salary estimated from 16.3K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Community & Social Service
Rating is calculated based on 241 reviews and is evolving.
Amazing learning experience, inspire me continue that as a carrier, fun interactive dynamic for the diversity of culture co-workers that was making the day pass by fast.
Human Services Specialist in Germantown, MD
on August 31, 2015
If you want to do good work you’re going to be overwhelmed. They tell you it’s the best agency in the government but you’re required to push out work like a robot while also completing complex legal analysis. The requirements are almost impossible for anyone that cares about their work. There is job security if you don’t mind monotony for the rest of your life. This isn’t a good job for any young attorney that wants to progress and have an actual career.
Attorney Advisor OMHA in Washington, DC
on July 16, 2021
There were two times in 11 months in which they made themselves present to everyone. In those short interactions it was very clear what was expected and required to be successful.The guidelines were followed in the best way possible.
Contact Tracer in Remote
on June 3, 2021
Enjoy the experience working on front line of vaccination. I did data entry working with a nurse to vaccinate people. 12 hr shifts and being able to be on call. The cause and purpose was worth the work
Data Entry in Syracuse, NY
on May 9, 2021
Productive help full employer ,promoting good health service ,helping the people,no stigma, respectice realtionshipto the peole,and no at all bad stand system
Certified Nursing Assistant in Washington, DC
on March 16, 2021
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Process takes more than one month
To make easy and prefer interveiws
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My background in delivery of health services
Shared on September 28, 2019
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Shared on August 16, 2018
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