Manager, Business Systems (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 October 2013
Covenant Health is a great organization to work for. Senior Leaders and finance group are friendly, knowledgeable and truly values Covenant's mission and ethics.I’ve had the opportunities to work on different financial projects with our partner AHS and Covenant’s finance group. I enjoy being part of the finance group.
Administrative Assistant/Scheduler (Current Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 17 February 2017
Covenant Health is in the process of encouraging Professional Development for all employees. There is now e-learning available to all employees, free of charge. The benefits are very good. There is other services available at no cost to the employee. Covenant Health is in a transitional stage with a positive outcome in the very near future. Salary is very god as well
Licensed Practical Nurse (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 November 2015
I have up to 5 patients on any given shift. I have learned alot through hands on experience on how to work with patients with different ailments and cultures. Plenty of free continuing education available. Very homey feel to it as the sites are smaller.
Change Management Specialist (Current Employee) – edmonton, alberta – 2 September 2015
Change management, organizational development, relationship management and marketing professional with fourteen years of experience that includes building and leading teams, multi-level stakeholder engagement and strategic planning. Well-developed client relationship management, facilitation, communication, planning, training and implementation skills.
Excel at facilitation and influencing and finding common ground. Multi-lingual capable of effectively liaising across functional teams and stakeholder groups, and working in multi-cultural environments. Have implemented CRM systems, communication plans, led teams and initiatives which included engagement of stakeholders at all levels of an organization
great place if you happen to work with people who are smart/dedicated to their job
Health Care Aide (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 6 June 2015
shift changes isnt great, i dont think it contributes to the well being of the worker.. management is great when your supervisor/manager actually listens, but if they dont, oh well.. co-workers who understand the value of team work, efficiency, and initiative are great to work with..
hardest part of the job is working with irresponsible people who likes to hide or wont do what theyre supposed to do.. unprofessional conduct of some workers is just beyond words..
greatest part about it is learning about patients uniqueness, continuing education, lots of food/chocolates during Christmas (why not?)..
continuing education, competitive salary, great benefits
good luck if you team up with an irresponsible co-worker
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Medicine Hat, AB – 29 December 2012
I was denied a position because I was on sick leave for mental illness and the manager refused accomadation. I am filing a human rights complaint against this organization. They have bullied and harassed me since I claimed discrimination and recently fired me without just cause and gave me a two page termination letter indicating made up charges and statements of incompetence, howeveer I worked for the organization for over twelve months without a previous complaint.