Vocational Instructor (Former Employee), Calgary – March 26, 2013
Pros: salary was good.
Cons: the curriculum development involved a lot of personal time and endeavour.
I would like to have had more job security than I had while teaching there. I did two contracts at CCIS, but there was a considerable time delay between them. Further, they did not submit Employment Insurance deductions, as they were obligated to do. This resulted in an extra long waiting period for myself while the EI people collected these monies – more... that CCIS should have deducted (by law) and remitted to the government after I was given a lay off. – less
Program Coordinator (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – May 14, 2012
Dealing with immigrants and assisting in finding employment as well as integration into Canadian culture. Great place to work at. Approachable managers Hardest part of the job is not being able to place internationally trained professionals into their desired fields of employment. The most enjoyable part is international recruitment and selection