District of Saanich Careers and Employment
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$100m to $500m (CAD)
- IndustryGovernment & Public Administration
Salary estimated from 1.7K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
$29.09 per hour
$97,212 per year
$35.91 per hour
Installation & Maintenance
$43.47 per hour
$32.40 per hour
$35.91 per hour
Project Management consultant in Saanich, BC
on 30 January 2020
Not enough management drive and too much of traditional authoritative style of management at operational level. Hierarchy everywhere and not many formal processes
Saanich employee in Victoria, BC
on 10 May 2019
Pearkes....the worst rink in victoria
There's some good staff but the leadership is driving them away. No recycling program everything is thrown in the garbage There is no pride in the facility and very little accountability for poor job performance. It's interesting that the public doesn't demand better in a facility that they pay for. They are very well paid so it's disappointing. There's better recreation centers to work at if you have your RO ticket.
Current Employee in Victoria, BC
on 21 January 2019
Even as a 20 year employee, there is a reason I’m on Indeed. What used to be a marvellous place of work has become toxic. Miserable Direction and Management make miserable employees. If you can withstand rampant apathy and careless leadership, you may do well. If you enjoy a vibrant, motivating and positive work environment, you won’t find it at Saanich.
Cutodian in The hall
on 20 December 2018
Bad place to work don’t care about people
Good pay but they treat you like garbage I was a casual custodian for 8 years and would not move me to regular seasonal like it said in collective aggreement if you had 10 thousand hours they have to and if you were to apply for full time they would move a injured employee from different department into it if you turn down a shift they hold it against you
Senior Business Analyst in Saanich, BC
on 2 August 2018
Interesting place to work
they are about twenty years behind in IT infrastructure, so lots of opportunity for change if they have budget, but they have some very questionable practices.
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