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Excellent working environment
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Labrador City, NLDecember 5, 2013
Pros: tasks are constantly changing and provide a professional challenge
Cons: no permanent positions available at this time.
Challenging and fast paced work environment! Enjoyed working with the other staff and would love a full time permanent position in the educational environment.
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Safety Instructor/Curriculum Consultant
Instructor/Curriculum Consultant (Current Employee), Burin, NLJuly 19, 2013
Safety Instructor/Curriculum Consultant

Teaching Safety Related Courses

Materials Research Technologist
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Fun work place.
Instructor (Former Employee), St. John's, NLAugust 18, 2012
Pros: free lunches
Cons: not often long hours but with compensation.
I enjoyed working here due to unexpected challenges of students at different levels of competency.
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Team work and corporative working place.
Student peer tutor (Former Employee), ST John's NLJuly 21, 2012
Pros: work independently.
Cons: not meeting my targets.
It enabled me to utilize my skills abilities and improve my interpersonal and communication skills because of working with different students .my supervisor and my co-workers were very helpful.
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Friendly employees
Secretary (Former Employee), Stephenville, NLJune 18, 2012
Pros: awesome employees and hours.
Such an amazing place to work. Everyone is serious about their jobs but also know how to have fun at the same time. This was my second job as a receptionist, so they taught me everything I have learned.
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Instrumentation & Process Control Instructor / Technologist
Instrumentation & Process Control Instructor (Current Employee), St. John's, NLJanuary 10, 2014
Pros: motivating people to step outside the box.
Cons: working for government.
Operator/Maintenance of new Chemical Engineering Process Technology Plant.
Includes: Three Phase Oil Separation Trainerl, Gas Separator Trainer, Gas Absorption Trainer, Binary Distillation Tower Trainer, and a Fluidized Catalytic Cracker Trainer

Operator/Maintenance of Oil and Gas Production Facility can separate up to 500 barrels/24 hr.

Accreditation – more... of Instrumentation & Controls Technician apprenticeship program.

Develop new course curriculum for DCS and PLC, Advanced Control Strategies programs.

Installation of Wireless modules and Control unit, calibration and testing.

Very rewarding and challenging. – less
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Don't waste your time applying here...
Don't waste your time applying (Former Employee), NewfoundlandJanuary 25, 2013
Do not waste your time applying for jobs with this organization. Their recruitment process is a complete joke.

They have no formal interview process, and spend more time talking about their organization than they do giving a candidate a chance to express how they'd be a good fit for the job.

And they have a very strong tendency to pass over men for – more... junior and mid level position, in favour of attractive women, with male supervisors of course.

Besides, who'd want to an island in the middle of nowhere, where the majority of its schools are in remote little villages or towns with nothing to do, and nowhere to go for hundreds of kilometres. – less