Clerk II (Former Employee) – Millwoods – 6 May 2014
This Job was busy. Cash handling, admissions, single, Selling Monthly and Annual passes, Registered patrons into various classes and lessons. Public Swims admissions for over 500 people. Cash handling, deposits, balancing my float. Closing the cash area for the evening
CPIC Operator – Edmonton Police Service (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 29 November 2017
Everyday in CPIC is different. It is a fast paced, busy, multitasking requiring job that keeps your mind occupied.
CPIC runs on teams and each team has their own ways of doing things and completing tasks but each team is like a mini work family and generally get along with each other. Some teams also do team building activities outside of work, which has been a lot of fun.
Management I do not find it be very good, in my opinion there is lots of favoring and bullying.
Hardest part of the job is the shiftwork and 12 hour shifts, they are long and draining, however the work and being a vital part of the policing in Edmonton is a huge benefit!!.