City of St. Albert
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City of St. Albert Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    St. Albert AB, CA
  • Link
    City of St. Albert website
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Rating is calculated based on 32 reviews and is evolving.



Maintenance Planner/Scheduler in St. Albert, AB
on 19 February 2022
Public Works department was a positive, collaborative, and friendly place to work.
My position was to plan and schedule maintenance and inspections for 103 playgrounds, 76 facilities and many other assets owned within the municipality. We managed a staff of up to twenty two skilled and unskilled workers during the summer season, and twelve during the winter.
Casual Labourer in St. Albert, AB
on 3 August 2022
Public works poorly managed
Unproductive . People there just for a pension . Team leads for every little task . Micro managed , but most of the useless people there need that . Sit and not do a thing till they are told .
Administrator in St. Albert, AB
on 2 March 2022
Positive workplace culture
My experience has included management that listens and actively works with staff to solve problems through open communication. A good work life balance is encouraged.
Swim Instructor in St. Albert, AB
on 30 January 2022
I love working at Fountain Park!
I currently work at the pool as an instructor and it is by far the best job I've ever had. I don't really even consider it much of a job because my coworkers and my bosses are all great and do everything in their power to help us be successful in our jobs and can focus on teaching. There are always ups and downs with classes but that's just part of being a teacher. That being said, it's definitely a really nice place to teach.
Lifeguard in St. Albert, AB
on 21 January 2022
Great environment on the fitness & instructing side, terrible & most toxic environment I have ever worked with on the lifeguarding team.
If you are looking for a healthy lifeguarding work environment this is NOT the place for you (fountain park). I would not recommend this place to anybody. Although the pay might seem appealing, it should not come at the expense of your mental health. The problem starts at the very top of the ladder and trickles down onto each and every employee & leaves them feeling undervalued and unappreciated. Don’t waste your time, find somewhere that will value who you are and all the work that you can provide.

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