Fun Computer Lab Student Assistant (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 14 June 2017 Best experience I have ever had. It was so much fun teaching and learning how to teach. I met a lot of really influential people along the way and got to build my own network. Was this review helpful? Yes 2 No Report Satisfactory Student Assistant (Current Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 9 July 2016 Satisfactory, Flexible, Accommodating. Susbstantial. Good place to hone skills. Good environment for career growth. Good place to work WEB UX DESIGNER (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 27 May 2016 Good place to work, though salaries are well below market for lots of positions due to union environment. Lots of good, kind people, lots of seatwarmers too. Good starting point for post-secondary career path Employee Services Assistant (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 18 April 2016 Douglas College may not have the highest salaries or best benefits package in the sector for the region, but there's an overall sense of community that you won't find many other places. Was this review helpful? Yes 6 No Report safe job with flexible atmosphere Senior Oracle Database Administrator (Current Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 11 April 2016 safe job with flexible atmosphere broader area to try in term of technology very limited possibility for career development Reasonable hours, co-workers are easy to work with Student Actor (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 19 February 2016 Met with the people I was to work with after a debriefing on what we were to do, and we went from there. My co-workers were friendly and easy to work with.
Friendly Co-workers, To the point instructions
Not many job oppurtunities
Was this review helpful? Yes 3 No Report Excellent oppurtunity for current students to network with their professors Student Assistant (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 16 January 2016 Working as a Student assistant for 4 semesters, was an amazing experience. The staff at Douglas are kind and encouraging to not only their students, but their TA's as well. The only flaw is that you work varying hours, so you can either get a lot of work 10+ hour/week out of a max of 20, or very little (around 4). If I had to give an opinion, the most difficult part of the job, would be tending to issues that are very uncommon, and may not have anything to do with the course itself, for example a student's computer experiencing technical problems related to the way the school has it set up is not within your control.
Great opportunity, for networking with staff and potential references for employment
Hours vary, don't think promotions are possible.
Was this review helpful? Yes 6 No Report Fun worlkplace Student Assistant (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 1 November 2015 Great working environment with great colleagues and a supporting staff. Helps improving personal skills through the different tasks that staff members are asked to do. Was this review helpful? Yes 2 No Report Provides excellent good worklife balance Faculty Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program (Current Employee) – Coquitlam – 17 August 2015 Colleagues and co workers are great . Administratively there is no formal orientation program for new faculty or mentorship. Most faculty work in isolation. There is inconsistent messaging from management at times regarding what can and can't be done by faculty members. Some staff allowed to take vacation outside of summer time ( during a semester while others are not ) Non transparency of work assignments for faculty / seniority lists not posted Health Sciences dept lacking in policy / procedures and protocols much of which you need to search through Dept meeting minutes to find. Was this review helpful? Yes 5 No Report Opportunity to learn and grow Analyst (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 25 May 2015 I was able to lean my craft and further grow my skills. I was given the opportunity to experiment and was also permitted the time to complete tasks. Its laid back but not in the careless sense... if you are working on your task then you are left alone to complete it. typical day at work Lab assistant (Former Employee) – New westminster, B.C – 19 June 2014 Work with teachers in class, helped students solving different kinds of questions based on Words, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Also, Checked homework and in-class exercises in detail and helped correcting errors. This job strengthened my communication skill fun place with visits and tour with the other employees Peer Tutor _ computer Skills (Current Employee) – Westminister, MD – 13 June 2014 The hardest part of the job is to make student satisfied about the services that are offered in douglas
Free printing and all other facalities
Great opportunity, flexible environment Technical Writer (Current Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 4 May 2014 As an intern, I enjoy getting a chance to manage my own time and projects. Management seems to be alright but the processing of pay is a bit slow. Convenient location, lots of room for advancement, wide range of opportunities. Nice place to work Instructor Curriculum Developer (Current Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 6 January 2014 good place to work. Hours are flexible, pay is adequate. The students are the best part of the job. My coworkers are great.
Progressive place to work
Was this review helpful? Yes 3 No Report Productive and great place ot work Program Assistant/Registrar for the training group (Former Employee) – North Burnaby – 19 August 2013 Registered students for classes Acted as an interpreter between students and instructors Drafted documents Was this review helpful? Yes No 7 Report production IT Advisor (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 14 June 2013 System analyst, Cics/cobol Programer, Cics /Assembler programmer, Supra Database admin, Syatem programer Was this review helpful? Yes No 6 Report Excellent Tech program Student (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 5 April 2013 The Douglas College Animal Health Technology program is a two year closed program. One year down,...and one more to go.