District of West Vancouver
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    District of West Vancouver website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 18 reviews and is evolving.



Supervisor, Health & Fitness (AC/GECC/SAC/MHFC) in West Vancouver, BC
on 14 August 2021
Great organization to work with!
Being a part of This organization has been the best thing in my life it feels like my family and my home. I highly recommend anyone looking for good opportunities to apply to West Vancouver.
Bus Driver in North Vancouver, BC
on 1 June 2021
Good place to work.
Great pay and benifits. Work is 5 days per week with two days off together. Split shifts for junior drivers. Straight shifts for senior drivers. Typical shifts Monday to Friday 6:AM to 6:PM with 3 to 4 hours off mid day. Some work on weekends and on statutory holidays. Great management team. Supervisors are very helpful. Training is provided and is very good.Great paid holiday time available after one year of employment. More than you would expect.
Birthday Party Leader in West Vancouver, BC
on 4 May 2020
Great Work with unfair pay
While the job I held was fairly easy, I did come to some issues with my pay. When I was hired, I was payed 3 dollars above minimum wage but as min wage grew, my pay did not. Newly hired workers were payed more than I was even after a year and a half of work and due to the casual position, I did not gain any seniority that could help me with my pay issues. This is not the reason I left the position
Health and Fitness Program Coordinator in West Vancouver, BC
on 9 September 2019
Not a good place to work
my experience with this employer was the worst I have had in my 25 years in the health and fitness industry. Management was unsupportive and unclear about expectations. Departments don’t communicate and the culture was not healthy.
TCP/Labour in DWV
on 21 June 2019
Management does what they can for up grading skills..
But when hired you are called a temp. And can be fired at anytime with no reason . Till a permanent position comes up. And you have to apply. But if you had shaded previous information about your private life they use it as not to hire you as a full time employee. As usual the ones that is late all the time get moved up to better paying position. You need to be a yes person. Do not share when you are experiencing any kind of abuses. Even raciusm.

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