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Nashville, TN
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State government is the largest employer in Tennessee, with approximately 43,500 employees in the three branches of government. The State of Tennessee has approximately 1,300 different job classifications in areas such as administrative, health services, historic preservation ... Read more

Mission: In my role I direct the statewide recruiting and succession planning program, serving as a strategic advisor to the Commissioner of the Department of Human Resources. I provide leadership on the philosophy, design, and implementation of the State of Tennessee's ... Read more

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    I have been working at State of Tennessee full-time

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    Great benefits, job sercuity, nice coworkers

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    Dirty old building, and only 2 janitors

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State of Tennessee Photos

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State of Tennessee photo of: Bridgestone Arena - Home of the Predators
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State of Tennessee photo of: Country Music Hall of Fame
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State of Tennessee Interviews

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    The best secretaries are seasoned office administrators familiar with all the tools and processes of the contemporary workplace. They’re detail-oriented, organized, and articulate written and verbal communicators. If there are specific qualifications that you need, such as expertise with travel, or knowledge of your industry, be sure to add questions about that to the list below.

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