City of Fort St. John
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Facility Operator

Fort St. John, BC

$33.11 an hour

5 hours ago

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Facilities Labourer

Fort St. John, BC

$32.15 an hour

6 days ago

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Pool Attendant I

Fort St. John, BC

$31.49 an hour

6 days ago

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Deputy Corporate Officer

Fort St. John, BC

6 days ago

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Customer Service Representative in Fort St. John, BC
on 13 June 2020
Amazing place to work /job
The City of Fort St. John was amazing to work with. The management down to the subordinates were like family out there. Due to covid, lots were laid off.
Clinical Student Nurse in Fort St. John, BC
on 8 March 2020
Good place
Friendly place to work! Everybody is super welcoming and encouraging. The job is super easy as well, it allows you the freedom to grow yourself but when you do need help it's always available.
Lifeguard/Swim Instructor in Fort St. John, BC
on 7 January 2020
Busy schedule, great pay
Challenging job, safety was highly viewed great coworkers, everyday was different. Fun atmosphere, stressful at times, alot of flexible shift work, easy to pick up more shifts
Administrative Assistant I - Auxiliary/On-Call in City Hall
on 30 September 2019
Takes a Special Kind of Person
Tasks are very redundant, dealing with disgruntled people every day in most positions, job security is good due to Union, benefits are awesome including paid sick days and paid vacation days, the City is supporting of those with children in terms of work/life balance however upper management often treats you different if you're younger and don't have children. Management is not good; due to the Union system/internal hiring a LOT of those in management positions are grandfathered in and don't actually posses leadership skills or appropriate training for a management position. You must look and act the part otherwise management will hassle you to "act appropriately" meaning they want you to be a robot like everyone else that works for the City. This place kills your joy but it's great for your financial security/future.
Customer Service Representative in Fort St. John, BC
on 29 April 2019
Fun place - easy going environment, fast paced.
Typical day at work you see a lot of different faces, different tasks/questions on a day to day basis. Fast paced environment so you are always doing something.
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