City of Mississauga Pay & benefits reviews
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The summer job as a camp instructor was fun and rewarding. The team was inclusive and supportive of staff. Training and coaching was provided by the employer. Staff had the ability to customize programs and activities. The only draw back was salary, considering that music teachers earn significantly more than camp instructors. Being responsible for a large group of children and for the teaching of music deserves a higher wage.
Good benefits, steady workload, regular office hours, team building programs, learning opportunities but no room for movement or promotion as there are requirements for very specific skills for allot of the positions.
Steady Government Job
Lack of creativity
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Hard to get ahead in the City unless you have connections for advancement. Other than that it is a great place to work with great people. Not much expected of you, as long as you do the minimum required.
Nepotism, Poor opportunities.
The hours are regular so you always know what to expect. Because of all the training, you had to go through before being able to receive this job, I was 100% prepared for what was expected of me. My superiors were great and fun to work with it.
The work environment is fair and a good place socially. Dealing with staff at times could be frustrating. There are also benefits for entry-level positions as they will more often than not will offer a contract position for entry-level positions before they offer permanent positions with benefits.
Overall, It is a good work place to work if you are hired permanently. There is nothing for the contract employee, except to look forward to get hired permanently.
Gym inside the building & good Pension
Pay for parking, contract employee don't get benefit or pension
No room for advancement in my department (aquatics). The city only hires management from external sources. Although I have been working with the city for 10 years, it will take about another 10-15 to get a full time position with benefits and salary.