Alberta Motor Association
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Alberta Motor Association Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100m to $500m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Consumer Goods and Services
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Social Media Community Specialist

Calgary, AB

2 days ago

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Part-time
Registry Agent

Edmonton, AB

3 days ago

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Full-time
Insurance Advisor

Edmonton, AB

3 days ago

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Full-time
Learning Resource Consultant - Automotive Services & Driver Education

Edmonton, AB

4 days ago

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Full-time
Social Media Community Specialist

Edmonton, AB

11 days ago

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Full-time
Online Content Specialist

Edmonton, AB

16 days ago

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Full-time
Audio Visual Editor

Edmonton, AB

19 days ago

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Full-time
Network Analyst III

Edmonton, AB

18 days ago

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Full-time
Communications Specialist

Edmonton, AB

19 days ago

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Full-time
Email Marketing Coordinator

Edmonton, AB

18 days ago

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Full-time
Digital Graphic Designer

Edmonton, AB

19 days ago

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Full-time
Member Services Representative, Supervisor

Edmonton, AB

25 days ago

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Full-time
Quality Assurance Analyst

Edmonton, AB

30+ days ago

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Full-time
Legal Assistant

Calgary, AB

30+ days ago

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Full-time
Insurance Advisor

Red Deer, AB

30+ days ago

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Full-time
Business Intelligence Analyst

Edmonton, AB

30+ days ago

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Full-time
Insurance Advisor

Calgary, AB

30+ days ago

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Full-time
Marketing Coordinator

Edmonton, AB

30+ days ago

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Contract
Instructor, Driver Education (Contract)

Grande Prairie, AB

30+ days ago

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Full-time
Senior Driving Instructor, Novice

Calgary, AB

30+ days ago

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 91 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Service Vehicle Operator in Edmonton, AB
on 1 January 2021
To much management
AMA at one time was a desired employer, unfortunately with the new management it has gone down hill fast. At one time if an individual worked hard and followed procedures you would be rewarded and had the opportunity for advancement. Unfortunately now the only way to advance within the fleet is if you are willing to drink the corporate kool-aid and wear a distinct shade of brown on your nose. Lots of contradiction from upper management on everything from policy and procedures to the hiring process for new management. They stress everyone has a shot at advancing and go as far as teaching you how to write a resume in order to apply, yet groom those within their click for the position no matter if they have experience or not. Experience or seniority means absolutely nothing anymore and heaven forbid you question them on these points as you will be put under a microscope and eventually terminated "just cause" for any reason whatsoever and make it all legal with the help of their high paid lawyers.
Member Service Representative in Edmonton, AB
on 5 February 2021
Worst place ever to work
Ama is the worst place to work. They don’t train properly they don’t pay enough and then when they let me go siting “going in a different direction” they didn’t pay me all my wages they took money for benefits that I’m not allowed to use....horrible work environment ...management likes to speak through other employees that aren’t entitled to speak for them. It was a horrible experience from beginning to end..they kept telling me this isn’t the AMA way..and that they TYLF treat you like family and I wasn’t treated like family once. DO NOT WORK HERE.
REGISTRY AGENT in Edmonton, AB
on 4 February 2021
Top heavy and disengaged
pay not equal to responsibility or knowledge, stressful without appropriate support or proper training. front line workers are not respected or valued
Travel Consultant in Edmonton, AB
on 22 December 2020
Professional and old school
They are set in their ways and they are not open to new ideas on how to run the businesses. They accept cheques still yet no etransfer for crying out loud! Haha! They do more for their members than for their employees for support. Yet the retention for members is dwindling. I can't see them being around forever, maybe RSA. They treat employees like numbers. Members treat employees like they own them, and management allows it. It was too bad because I thought they were my dream employer until I got inside.
Senior Consultant in emonton
on 15 November 2020
Lower pay for expectations
coworkers are nice, manager ok too, upper management offers lower pay than average with ever increasing demands. little vacation and personal time. very micro managed
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Process takes about a week

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In my department, its usually about your driving expirence and habits, willingness to train (alot), and most new hires are contractors and must be able own/operate a vehicle and manage own schedules.

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