Working at Department of Agriculture

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    2.4
  • Company Outlook
    3.3
  • Fair Pay
    2.6
  • Learning and Development
    2.9
  • Manager Communication
    3.1
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Transparency
    2.6
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Department of Agriculture Reviews

What is it like working at Department of Agriculture?

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Safety Officer in Wilkesboro:
Pros: Benefits
Cons: Long hours
Great!
Chief Technology Officer (CTO) in Washington:
Pros: Independence
Cons: Paperwork
It is a great experience.
Farm, Ranch, or Other Agricultural Manager in Cape Town:
Pros: Working with farmers and people who know little about importance of Agriculture
Cons: Not being able to work on weekends
Hard work at a fast pace.
Grader / Sorter, Agricultural Products in Los Angeles:
Pros: Enjoyed the people whom I encountered while working
Cons: The " micro- management " from the Wash. DC Head Office
Best job ever has turned into discouging disappointment.
Agricultural Inspector in Longview:
Pros: I love all aspects of my job.
Cons: Dealing with employees in supervisory positions.
I am a forestry aide 2 hired as a dozer operator for the initial attack of wildfires.
Forestry Technician in La Vergne:
Pros: My main job is a wild land firefighter dozer operator I love it other than that I'm not really interested they have lacked proper training on other parts of my job
Cons: Other than a wildland firefighter I have very little acknowledgment of what I'm supposed to do I'm kept in the dark on most things