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Minnesota Department of Human Services Hiring HBCU Students and Graduates! (1895 hits)

Partnership. Accountability. Equity. Diversity. We practice these shared beliefs in an ethical environment where integrity, responsibility, diversity, justice fairness and caring are of highest importance.

We are committed to diversity. We look for people who reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. You wonít just have a rewarding career at the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS), we'll invest in you. From training and development courses to coaching and mentoring, we will empower you to reach your career goals, while doing what you love.

We also offer an amazing comprehensive benefits package, including low cost medical and, employer paid life insurance, short term disability, retirement plan, generous vacation and sick leave, and work life balance, to name a few.

Come match your talent, skills, abilities to the right career and help us help others. Apply online today. Visit us at https://mn.gov/dhs/general-public/about-dhs/employment/ to learn more and apply. Stay connected via our Linked In page.



Posted By: Reginald Culpepper
Friday, January 4th 2019 at 5:08PM
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