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30+ days ago

Psychiatrist (Certified)

State of South Carolina Orangeburg, SC

DMH is a drug-free workplace. All candidates will be required to pass a mandatory pre-employment drug test. Full-Time; Part-Time (30 hours for… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Human Services Coordinator I/ MHC III (42013) 2 POSITIONS – new

State of South Carolina Orangeburg, SC

This position is in our Children, Adolescents and their Families (CAF) in our school based program in Orangeburg County. DMH IS A DRUG-FREE… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Provost

State of South Carolina Orangeburg, SC

South Carolina State University, founded in 1896, has maintained a legacy of excellence in education. South Carolina State University, a historical… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Adjunct Practical Nursing Instructor

State of South Carolina Orangeburg, SC

Teach assigned courses and provides clinical instruction, reviews, evaluates and revises course objectives and serves as academic advisor. Minimum… Glassdoor


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    Tedious, laughable at times

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    Former Employee - Mid-Level Management in Columbia, SC
    Former Employee - Mid-Level Management in Columbia, SC

    I worked at State of South Carolina full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Good benefits. I've been lucky enough to have some good supervisors.

    Cons

    Overall poor leadership at the top level. The different facilities are kept in the dark and have little input on decisions that affect their facility. Ten percent of employees do ninety percent of work. Pay is not competitive with public sector, therefore, a lot of direct resident care staff are there because they can't get hired anywhere else.

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    Stop with the "Leadership by Fear" strategy. It doesn't work with anyone with any self-esteem. Good employees don't stay long so you're stuck with mediocre at best.

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