Emily Carr University of Art and Design
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
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Sessional Instructor in Interaction Design in Vancouver, BC
on 17 April 2019
Wonderful students, interesting colleagues, terrible pay
I worked at Emily Carr as a Sessional Instructor for about 5 years, when they were situated on Granville Island. Students were some of the best I've ever had. Colleagues were supportive and often worked as collaborators. Facilities were a little old, but that's no doubt any longer the case since their move to Great Northern Way. The only downside was the salary. Sessional Instructors get no benefits and pay is the lowest of any school I've worked at in the area. That said, if you can get a full-time position there, it would probably be much better.
Server and prep in granvlle island, vancouver bc
on 18 September 2019
fun and creative environment to work in
i just loved working around the student and that energy. fast paced and high energy, good prep time between classes. good people to work with awesome food.
Editor, Videographer in Vancouver, BC
on 21 August 2019
good place
Good place to work, new building is nicely built and conveniently located near downtown Vancouver. Would love to work here again in the future if given the oppertunity.
Faculty in Vancouver, BC
on 5 June 2019
filling this out
great job, terrible everything else. once there was a chicken and that chicken laid and egg to make sure they had the appropriate word count to get past indeeds software.
Administrative Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 12 March 2018
Diverse and challenging work place
The people at ECU are very nice and accepting. The company benefits are the best I've ever seen. The job itself was very challenging and I learned a lot. Many changes are happening at this time; the campus just moved from Granville Island to Great Northern Way.

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