City of St. Albert Careers and Employment
- Company size501 to 1,000
- Revenue$100m to $500m (CAD)
- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
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Starbucks Barista in St. Albert, AB
on 23 March 2020
A place to meet new friendsI always felt welcomed by my peers. Having people around you enjoyed and knew you could trust really helped in stressful situations. You always knew if something went wrong someone would have your back.
Mechanic in Transit
on 22 September 2020
St.Albert Transit great place to screw the pooch.I work here ... lots of drama...I love drama. Plus my team leader loves working here because he is a short slave driving C u n t that has his own paid swimming schedule during work hours Things need to change. No Covid 19 work practices during regular everyday work only if there is an audit. The supervisor even shows up sick and puts the teams at heath at risk when he is there... but not in his office ordering car parts for his home projects and watching YouTube videos on how to become a taller man.
Mechanic in StAT (St Albert transit)
on 28 May 2020
Terrible management (Transit garage)Worked here previously and it was ok, typical day was fast paced and steady work but it seems the management doesn’t abide by union standards and worker rights always. They micro manage you and talk badly behind your back which creates a very stressful workplace that isn’t very practical to be in. They preach rules that they don’t follow and slave drive you just to watch you work.. seriously it’s bad. They give their favourite employees the benefits of overtime etc. If they had a less “slave driving” team leader and a more professional manager, this place would be better. The manager often will put down other people in front of the staff and it’s just extremely inappropriate to say the least. Don’t expect to move up, and don’t expect to get your benefit ls easily. You want that holiday you’re entitled to? Well you’ll get a cold stare and glare for taking the time off because “we’re busy” ... truth is, we are always busy.
Lifeguard 2 /Shift Supervisor in St. Albert, AB
on 20 March 2020
Great timeLifeguards are more than just good swimmers. They are water rescue professionals trained in emergency care. They prevent accidents. They identify hazards and determine safe practices. They educate the public about the hazards and risks associated with aquatic activities and how to be Water Smart®. And they are trained to spot potential trouble and intervene before it becomes life-threatening.
Visual Arts Manager in St. Albert, AB
on 5 March 2020
collaborative and supportive work environmentvery good people on the team that I worked with. lots of unique experience brought to the table and interesting work completed with many levels of government
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