This agency is a good place to work. Pay is above average for the line of work and services they provide. Benefits and vacation are very good.
They are making significant positive impacts on the community with regards to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The only negative is that they look too much on specific education with regards to position. They don't look at skills, at least initially. I think they miss out on good candidates, at least for internal positions, with transferable skills just because they don't have the degree they are looking for.
Benefits, pay, colleagues
Protection jobs are hard on work-life balance