I have been working at Ohio BWC full-time (More than 3 years)
This is generally a stable job, once you get in. There is a wide variety of roles here, with a high level of diversity, social support, and good benefits. If you are a bargaining unit member, you currently get regular raises. The training and tuition assistance and reimbursement programs are really good, and I do love getting so many holidays off.
I can only speak for my own experience of course, but my job is repetitive, generally mindless, and socially isolating. While theoretically there is a lot of room for growth and development, I feel stuck and stagnating most of the time.
Advice to Management
Allow for a greater level of cross training and lateral movement, and please consider implementing more remote working or tele-commuting,
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Ohio BWC (Columbus, OH) in September 2016.
No phone interview, just straight to a two hour in person interview with supervisors. It started with one hour of classic interview questions - what makes you qualified for each aspect of this job, describe how you overcame a challenge, etc. - followed by a brief presentation, and then a written exercise.
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