CA Prison Health Care Jobs & Careers in San Diego, CA

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30+ days ago

Senior Laboratory Assistant

California Prison Health Care Services San Diego, CA

Senior Laboratory Assistant, Correctional Facility, is the journeyperson/leadperson level of the series. Incumbents… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Recreation Therapist

California Prison Health Care Services San Diego, CA

Recreation Therapist, Correctional Facility Job Number: 4759111 Location: Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility - San Diego Department Name… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Senior Psychiatric Technician (Safety)

California Prison Health Care Services San Diego, CA

We are restoring a constitutional level of health care for more than 100,000 inmates in California�s correctional facilities. Providing quality care… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Office Technician (Typing)

California Prison Health Care Services San Diego, CA

An Office Technician (Typing) typically has typing duties encompass a significant proportion of their work time. Some positions may perform as… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Receiver's Nurse Executive (Institution)

California Prison Health Care Services San Diego, CA

The Nurse Executive leads the nursing management team in developing, piloting, implementing, and supporting changes in the prison health care… Glassdoor


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    All the terrible rumors and stereotypes are spot on

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    Current Employee - AGPA in Elk Grove, CA
    Current Employee - AGPA in Elk Grove, CA

    I have been working at CA Prison Health Care full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Benefits are great - 401k retirement, pension, 5% raise every year, vacations easy to take whenever, and after probation it's nearly impossible to get fired.

    Cons

    If it's nearly impossible to get fired, that means you're stuck with a lot of terrible people. People don't show up to work, don't care about contributing or getting work done, seems like a lot of people who aren't the most intelligent, and POLITICS nonstop - be careful what you say and who you're friends with. People are petty and cutthroat.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Fire the sucky employees, appreciate the good ones and make them actually feel appreciated. Be transparent and include them in decisions.

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