Part-time sale associate, cafe server or customer service
No (Current Employee) – No – 8 May 2014
Flexible time to work at any time and any day. basic cashier skills is experienced basic sale associate skill is experienced The hardest part of the work is deal with unexpected problems reasonably and solve properly Solve customers' problem and help them to find out the best product fit them. Work with team members and help each other.
free meals(lunch or dinner)
long time work over 6 hours or work late after 9 o' clock
Great opportunity for new students to meet other students and to become more confident in their University life.
Scorekeeper and Team Leader (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 24 April 2017
It was a pleasure to be able to work for the University of Victoria and to have the opportunity to grow not only as a student but as an individual while learning key skills from this job. It was a great way to meet other students and community members and to develop acquaintanceships and even friendships with them, especially with co-workers.
Strength and Conditioning Coach (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 23 April 2017
The EPHE department is full of good people who are genuinely interested in delivering knowledge to the students. There is a bit of a lack of meetings in a structured sense but a very good level of cameraderie.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 16 October 2016
Working in Arithmatic algebra of Galois field - GF(3) which is used in many applications, including coding theory, computer algebra systems, information theory, number theory, and puplic-key cryptosystems.
FOOD SERVICE WORKER/COOK (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 10 March 2016
Working as a team, you provide the best quality food to student residents. Management was always there to help out. I learned how to provide great customer service to students, who are not necessarily pleasant and polite. The hardest part of the job was being around some co-workers who were not pulling their weight. The most enjoyable part of the job was being busy all the time.
Sometimes the supervising cooks were a little grouchy
Sous Chef - University of Victoria - Cook IV (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 20 May 2015
This place pays very well, just don't expect respect or full time hours. Also, management is a reactive group, so anything to be proactive they will ignore your suggestions, until it's a problem and then you should have told them before.
Program Assistant (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 11 May 2015
In Annual Giving, my day typically involved closing various actions in the Raiser's Edge database for the Annual Giving Officer I was working under. Then I would work on the various projects that she and the Coordinator or Manager were working on.
I developed a more advanced skill-set in utilizing Microsoft Office in conjunction with both Raiser's Edge and CampusCall databases, as well as interpersonal relationships within a professional office setting. I also learned about the nuances and challenges of the administrative side of fundraising for the different scholarships and bursaries of a university institution.
Management was solid in the department I was working in. Upper management had/has a great relationship with all levels of responsibility, both interpersonal and communication.
The initial learning curve was rather steep, but once I learned what was needed, it was manageable. Conversely, the most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the final projects reach fruition and being informed that our goals had been met by the various philanthropic individuals and businesses we reached out to.
Culture is great, communication is always wonderful.
Assistant (Former Employee) – victoria. bc canada – 9 April 2015
innovative environment, the pressure to succeed, enjoyed the benefits, such as subsidized health insurance for workers, overall, management was kind to its workers, learned a lot from senior colleagues. great experience.