- 4,020 mar 2022County JailerEmpleado actualBig Spring, TX
Buen dinero buen ambiente laboral buena oportunidad de ascender buenos horarios
Muchas horas de trabajo poco tiempo de compartir poca hora de descanso poca visibilidad pocos puestos
- 2,023 nov 2023Substance Abuse SpecialistEmpleado actual, más de 3 añosHobbs, NM
- Good place to cut your teeth in a mental health-related field. - Good work-life balance (never had to take work home) and consistent schedule. - You will learn a good bit about social learning theory, therapeutic communities, and group work if that's your thing. I really did enjoy working with inmate clients.
- Heavy on office politics. The recovery of inmate clients and substance abuse felt like it was pushed to the background. You will often do things not on your job description for the sake of "looking good" to other employees ("volunteering" to help out in other understaffed departments). - No phones or smartwatches (obvious, really). - Had a supervisor who heavily used countertransference in everyday work with clients. This led to problems with ethical boundaries. - Getting a license or a degree comes with no real benefit but added responsibility (no raises). - You have to wait to get buzzed in about six different doors/gates by COs (who may or may not like you). It is not unusual to wait 20-30 minutes at a door. - We did not have immediate access to a bathroom because it was "unsafe". However, exceptions were made for a few employees. We had to use the bathroom in the picket, which you had to wait to get buzzed in for.