I worked as a BOA for this company for 5 years. As an Administrator it was a decent enough job, easy hours, ok benefits and easy to maintain a social life.
The pay is not in line with the amount of work duties you may have and don't let them fool you about bonuses or advancement as it's all based on your FA. You won't qualify for a thing if they decide you don't deserve it or they dislike you. There have been many instances where the FA has gotten away with harassment and verbal abuses towards their BOA and unless you get the labor board involved, nothing will happen.
As the saying goes: BOA's cost money, FA's make money.
If you luck out and get a good person to work in office with, you'll be rewarded and be apart of a Team which makes it a nice place to work for. Just know that you have no job security as it's one FA and one BOA to office and if your FA doesn't meet all the extremely high and unreasonable requirements, you may be out of a job. When I was let go due to the loss of my FA, the Regional Leader of the Northern Alberta Region did not even call me to see if I was ok or offer any support.
Monday to Friday with no weekend shifts, great for family life
Terrible pay and no accountability for the FA's when it comes to the treatments of their BOA's