Lethbridge College Employee Reviews

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Great place to work
Graphic Designer - Marketing (Advancement) (Current Employee), Lethbridge, ABJanuary 28, 2015
Pros: free gym, free physical traniers as of july 2015
Cons: budget cuts and no guarantee of jobs
A typical day at work would be very calm and steady. Great place to work
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Open and flexible work environment
Subject Matter Expert (SME) (Former Employee), Work from HomeSeptember 1, 2014
Pros: ability to do the work remotely, good communication via email and the small group meetings (3 or 4 people) went very wall.
Cons: difficulty hearing all the details of conversations when attending meetings by phone or skype, working in isolation also meant that feedback and social support for my work were less than optimal.
The Instructional Design Team were flexible and creative and very helpful in bringing the ideas I had for the course I worked on to fruition. Working as a team helped all of us to identify and clarify small issues such that the course, hopefully, will be maximally useful to the students who register, and manageable for the instructor.
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Fun and full of experience in many different areas.
Resident Assistant (Current Employee), Lethbridge, ABMarch 20, 2013
Pros: experience for a career in policing
Cons: those 3am noise complaints
What I do:
- Observe and report
- Handle suicide situations until police arrive
- Settle noise complaints
- Shut down parties
- Communicate with my partner, campus security, and occasionally police
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Typical government workplace
Instructor - Carpentry Department (Current Employee), Lethbridge, ABFebruary 6, 2013
Pros: summers off.
Students are very enjoyable to work with as well as peers. Management perspective not inline with private industry.