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Great people and enjoyable atmosphere
Systems Support Analyst (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCJuly 10, 2014
Pros: great people
Cons: commuting via translink!
The day usually consisted of helping users with applications and passwords being the main issues. This was by phone, email or a desk side visit. I learned many of the in-house applications and the issues involved with upgrading to Win 7.
The management was excellent. They were very approachable and issues could be discussed in an open manner. My co-workers – more... were really great with a free flow of collaboration and sharing of ideas.
There was no really hard part of the job other than dealing with a virus or spam attack which was very time consuming. The most enjoyable part of the job was listening to client issues, helping them and building great relationships with them. I have missed them all. – less
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Balanced work environment with talent.
Aquaculture Research Assistant (Former Employee), St. Andrews, New Brunswick, CanadaNovember 15, 2011
I enjoyed the team spirit and collective work ethic working with this government organization. Coworkers were supportive and provided an environment that was exceptional for continued learning, growth and advancement.
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Good place to gain experience
Contractor (Current Employee), Burlington, OnFebruary 12, 2012
Started here as a 3rd year student (summer job). Gained a lot of valuable work experience, from the field work to in-office work. Was able to get an internship there once I graduated, gained even more experience, became responsible for the crew and equipment in the field, and maintaining gear, etc.