The worst management I have ever worked for. Managers are not qualified to Manage or lead. City does not care. They have you complete management surveys. Supervisor scores low on survey and somehow they get promoted. They burn out employees and staff turn over is endless. Experienced employees are responsible for training new employees over and over. Would never tell anyone I care about to apply here.
Operator (Current Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 14 December 2016
St.Albert has a solid management group and leadership team. Turn over of employees seems to be the main concern. Pay is fair to good. There is no real chance of advancement in the next 8 or so years. The Team Leads are set and very comfortable in their roles
Aquatics Instructor (Former Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 18 July 2016
I would spend my shifts teaching different levels of swimming lessonsto children and adults. There were several different kinds of classes meant for different ages and swimming levels. There were several other instructors and lifeguards that were their to help me. The managent was hands on and they were always availble for assistance. I enjoyed working here because I would be active for my hour shift and the time would fly.
meaningful work, working with children, active work
Communcations (Former Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 4 October 2013
If you are interested in working 60 to 70 hours a week then this is the place for you. There are more and more work projects being added every month, with no additional resources and no work flow process management.
Good salary and excellent benefits, great colleagues
Very long hours, no management support or direction