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About the company

  • CEO
    Vincent Tong
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $640m to $1,3bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    National Agencies
  • Headquarters
    Burnaby, BC
  • Link
    BC Housing website
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Rating is calculated based on 31 reviews and is evolving.

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Office Administrator in British Columbia
on 4 December 2023
Good place to gain experience but poor pay
Have progressed in my time at BC Housing but we haven't received a pay increase in nearly 2 years. The people I work with are very nice and supportive and my manager is approachable and considerate.
Administrative Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 2 May 2023
soul crushing
poor management practices lead to unfulfilling work. We are overworked and underpaid. Our contributions make very little impact to our community. There is a 3+ year waitlist for affordable housing. The government internally keeps people in poverty.
Administrative Assistant in Burnaby, BC
on 10 March 2023
Not bad
Great co-workers and support. Pay could be better.Flex days are great.Benefits are good.3 weeks vacation.Remote work for the most part.Stressful at times.
Team Assistant in Vancouver
on 3 February 2023
A great place to work too hard and still live below the poverty line.
This company is falling apart. There is a massive disconnect between the "corporate vision" and the execution of the programs. Working in Supportive Housing is like watching someone poor money down the drain that an entire city is camping beside. BC Housing doesn't care about homeless people and they take advantage of the frontline staff who have to speak to the community about the failings of ...
Application Specialist in Burnaby, BC
on 3 February 2023
Great work/life balance.
Great benefits, flex days (paid days off), 2 weeks vacation per year to start. Decent pay. Very supportive supervisors and managers. Volunteer day. No flexibility for schedule.

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