Driving Instructor Contractor gives more flexibility in doing the job.
Driving Instructor (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 June 2018
AMA does give the driving instructors lots of training and supplies the Students which allow you to book lessons at the Students & Instructors convenience. The problem is there are too many Managers and Chief Instructors even when Student bookings are slow the Managers and Chief Instructors are not downsized. This has led to an organization being too top heavy. Most Instructors have not seen a rate increase for years and years yet the price of gas, repairs, etc have continued to rise. They have assigned many of their Managers to "Special projects" which does not mean anything, Just the way to keep them employed at their large salaries and benefits when it is the Driving Instructors who are on the front line and bring in the money!
Good Pay, The ability to set your own hours to teach.
Level 1 Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 30 March 2018
I worked here for 2 - 3 years now and was pleased when i first started. The vacation is 3 weeks per year and it immediately usable, the benefits are very good and after 2 years you will receive a pension.
Insurance is not for everyone, the rates are constantly fluctuating, management does not give clear concise answer to rate increases or customer issue, lots of time on the phone and baby sitting certain clients.
Pays wells and the people are great to work with, (depends on the branch)
FlexCare, Benefits and Vacation immediately
Communication, Lots of Upgrading, Pressure to Sell
Roadside Assistance Representative (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 5 March 2018
I truly enjoyed working at AMA. The training was excellent and my boss was terrific. AMA has great benefits. When my mother had a stroke and I had to leave the company to take care of her, my boss was very understanding.
Service Vehicle Operator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 February 2018
Another employer who promotes the ones that are affectionate with management behinds and not the skilled ones. Poor training past initial training, you are told to learn on the job and not damage clients vehicles in the process.
Learning Resource Consultant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 26 January 2018
I had the pleasure of working with the most amazing individuals at AMA. I am going to miss the people and my managers. AMA gave me many opportunities to grow and i enjoyed all my roles and positions while working with AMA.
Vital job, lots of abuse from those you're trying to help.
Tow-truck Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 January 2018
VERY stressful. A bit like Air Traffic Controller. Continuous high speed multitasking. Most co-workers have/had anxiety and dependancy problems Severe health problems. Many under treatment with pharmaceuticals. Some of the best teamwork I've ever experienced. Some managers have even been in the trenches, so only a few are talking out of their ***.
Good benefits and pay, good training, lots to learn on the go.
Front Desk Coordinator (Current Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 22 December 2017
This was my first step into an administrative and reception position. I learned and honed office basics and continued excellent customer service. The culture at AMA was treat you like friends and family. The co workers were like family and made for an enjoyable atmosphere. Each day was different and gave me the ability to learn to multi task and change direction in a moment's notice. It could be difficult at times changing directions when I wasn't sure what was expected. The people are truly what made my job enjoyable and I will miss them.
Killer benefits, friendly staff and locations are everywhere in the Alberta province.
General Agent (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 1 December 2017
Killer benefits. There is Room for improvement. In Registry department is always challenging. They patiently train workers for at least 1 year. They make sure their workers are educated about AMA cultures.
service vehicle operator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 30 November 2017
I worked as a service vehicle operator. awesome place to work made great life long friends . but they like to dismiss people without cause they pay you a severance and tell you to sign a non disclosure agreement so you cant wreck there so called perfect image the upper management ( director of automotive services ) is nothing but a bean counter and really doesn't care about you or what you have to say . The automotive services manager edmonton fleet is very inexperienced and has no idea what he is doing and will throw you under the bus to meet his numbers . They get rid of great people for no reason . All i can say is if you get a job here careful what you say and say it too cause if you have any great ideas they find a away to give ya the boot real fast . anything that makes sense they dont care what you think or what could work.
great benefits ok pay lots of overtime
take advantage of you. supervisors dont do anything management team is terrible
Registries / Member Services Supervisor (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 October 2017
I love my job, and the team that works with me. The main reason I am looking for a change is that I have come to realize that I need a more equal work/life balance, and it is not possible in the position I now hold.
On salary, I work long hours and receive no OT or bank time, and the work/life balance is very skewed.
Well established company - sometimes fun to work at.
Service Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 27 March 2017
Most of the time, it was a good place to work. The work was not really demanding and I got paid probably the right amount for the work but it was not enough to support a family very well so I found something else.
TRAVEL SALES & SERVICE (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 March 2017
AMA is a very good place to work, they truly care for their employees. They do their best to train and keep motivation and morale high. Unfortunately the opportunity for advancement seem to be only available to a select few team members, they don't do as much to prepare many employees to advance.