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About the company

  • Founded
    1885
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Education

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Reviews

Heavy Equipment Technician in Calgary, AB
on 24 February 2021
Not high pressure, you are trusted to do your job.
Little high pressure to produce which is fine. If you are a responsible employee you are trusted to do your job up to your capabilities, not micro managed. You are allowed to do your job correctly and safely. Job allows you to have a family life
Middle School Teacher in Calgary, AB
on 9 June 2021
Cbe
Too large, too much hierarchy and bureaucracy. They need to improve on diversity in staffing, cross cultural training, teacher wellness practice and cutting back on make work and busy work for teachers, recognizing that most teachers are putting in far above the 40+ hour week. The disparity between richer neighborhoods abd poorer ones also needs to be addressed.
Behavior Support Worker in Calgary, AB
on 3 May 2021
Great job if you don't want pay advancements, steady hours or a secure place of employment
A typical day is busy with lots of activity. If you're bored easily you'll love your job working with the kids. There's never or rarely a dull moment. The management can vary from school to school, but mostly they are good. The workplace culture is becoming very social justice driven, especially in high school. If you are not a liberal or are a religious person be prepared to be ridicule and mocked. But don't worry, it won't be to your face. The most enjoyable aspect of the job is definitely the kids. Overall, if you want to work for the CBE your primary focus has to be on your work with the kids and not the company or the salary.
Substitute Teacher in Calgary, AB
on 3 December 2020
Flexible hours, but not many benefits
The hours are flexible, but the days can be stressful especially when the schools bounce you around from class to class (usually for vacancy positions). The staff can either be very cold or super nice, depending on the school that you're at. You may end up subbing for years before you get considered for full time, and it's nearly impossible to get your permanent certificate if you're only a substitute.CBE has been unsympathetic towards subs during COVID. Considering the scare with the pandemic especially during the first isolation period, it had severely affected my mental health (and I'm sure many others), which was reflected in the amount of days that I worked. The interim reviews they had sent out do not consider mental health as a factor in performance. As a sub you also do not get sustaining benefits that apply towards seeing a psychologist on a weekly/monthly basis.
LUNCH SUPERVISIOR in Calgary, AB
on 24 August 2020
Nice people
Nice Managment and fun people to work for. Very hard working staff and really cares about students and there wellbeing. Have to be very patient with students.

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Interview insights

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Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

Experience based questions . some principals are really very selfish or very personal and only think about their own benefits . when it comes to organisations hiring , they should have broad spectrum and think about the whole cbe as such verses just one specific student or event or situation. cos once hired u are expected to behave in the interest of the organisation and its safety

Shared on 1 February 2019

How do you deal with confidential info?

Shared on 24 July 2018

They are based on CBE mission they are all almost situational interviews

Shared on 12 September 2017
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