Work Load is very high, they have reduced staffing of the remote community offices
Training is adhoc, even when requested, receiving information or guidance is hard
Management, no policies and procedures in place, will eventually cause tragedy in this remote region
Hardest part of the job, is being expected to be available to the community members 24/7 (this is not from management)
Being able to support and assist people in need, meeting the great people out there and being independent in the work place.
Good pay and isolate work place, no one looking over your shoulder! Close knit working group with the other agencies on the ground
expectation of community members to be able to call on you 24/7