Customer Service Representative (CSR) (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 13 May 2017
not much to say desk job... 45 min lunch, 35 hour work week dealt with residents, typically unhappy... its a damned if you do, damned if you don't situation you must love to live to make people as happy as you can given the policies and options possible loved it while i was there for the first 8 years, then management changed HR not very friendly or compassionate to workers - they live to support upper management only
Transit Operator (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 12 February 2017
Its pretty much balanced. You work a shift 8 hrs gap before we get another shift, Never too stressed or loaded. Work is Time bound according to the Bus schedule never early, on time or little late depending on traffic and weather condition. Helpful people and management. Salary is good.
Productive and Diverse learning environment along with work
Maintainence Facility Operator (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 26 May 2016
I learned valuable work place management skills along with how to deal with a variety of customers through day to day interactions. My co workers provided me with a safe friendly workplace environment and helped me along my way as I started to learn the basics of working.
Horticulture crew (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 23 December 2015
A leisure job with friendly co-workers that are relatively within the same age group. Employers were nice and the application process is simple. A typical day at work involves maintaing roadside flower beds and medians.
civic recreation centres - Aquafit Instructor (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON. – 9 July 2015
With this position as an aquafit instructor, it was part time and the pay did not cover the expenses of travel and pool gear required, along with current CPR and other required certifications which are every 2 years. The facilities are nice but the regulations are very restrictive.
lifeguarding staff (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 19 April 2015
I enjoy working with youth and seniors in this job. I enjoyed learning and working in a water environment.
- i learned different ways of teaching skills. - My co-workers were very supportive and helping when i needed help. - most enjoyable part of the job: meeting new people and learning new skills from co-workers.
Cleaner (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 22 February 2015
I love this job! Its very physical job which is great but the best part is we work with a partner one on one everyday. They become your good friend. Hours can be long but thats okay. We have the greatest boss by far. She doesn't hassle us and lets us get the work done. Very easy to talk to as well. Although this isn't what i want to do for the rest of my life as I am a personal support worker. I have also recently finished school and received my medical terminology. I do recommend this job for girls just starting out and want the experience of a full time job.
Class BZ City Bus & Handi-Van Driver (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 9 September 2014
A typical day can start at 4 am day shift or end at 1:30 am night shift. I could drive for 8-12 hours depending on what I've been given. Could have a straight shift, split shift and/or OT. I have learned Time Management, Customer Service, Problen Solving and Communication Skills.The hardest part of the job is also my most enjoyable part of the job, my customers.
An exciting department with many advancement opportunities.
Events Assistant (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 10 July 2013
As an event assistant for The City of Burlington, I have worked closely with the Supervisor of Festivals & Events , who has given be invaluable opportunities. As an assistant, I am responsible for the execution of City events such as Canada Day, Children's Festival. Most recently, I worked with vendors for the Canada Day celebrations. However, I also work with Assistant Event Programmers on finding appropriate sponsors for city events. I have had promotions experience, as well as event planning experience, and have learned valuable marketing strategies. From this job, I have also had the opportunity to be a part of an independent study, in which I am currently developing a social media strategy for an older demographic in The City of Burlington.
Lifeguard and Swimming Instructor (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 30 May 2013
Surrounded by and interacting with various of people with different age groups, one needs to be friendly, open-minded and good with communication, yet at the same time, strict, informative and react quick and appropriately in terms of conflicts, pool emergencies and problems.
It was a vivid, lively experience, testing your teaching abilities to communicate what you have learned from your own swimming experiences to others, and also testing yourself to be creative with lesson plans and courses.