Four Rivers Co-op
3.3 out of 5 stars.
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Four Rivers Co-op Careers and Employment

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    Convenience Stores
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Permanent, Full-time
Petroleum Sales Representative Assistant

Vanderhoof, BC

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3 days ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Yard Attendant

Quesnel, BC

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12 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Home Centre Yard Attendant

Vanderhoof, BC

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12 days ago

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Customer Service Clerk

Vanderhoof, BC

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12 days ago

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Part-time, Casual
Grocery Clerk

Vanderhoof, BC

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9 days ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Petroleum Driver

Houston, BC

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13 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
Class 3 Delivery Driver

Vanderhoof, BC

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12 days ago

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Part-time, Casual
Grocery Cashier

Vanderhoof, BC

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19 days ago

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Permanent, Part-time
Petroleum Clerk

Houston, BC

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30 days ago

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Reviews

Senior Petroleum clerk in Prince George, BC
on 7 February 2020
Alright
It’s an alright company to work for, when I worked the manager seemed like he didn’t know anything at the time!! But over all it was decent working!!!!
Senoir hardware in Vanderhoof, BC
on 12 November 2020
Continuous isues that never seem to be solved
There have always been management issues and you'll find them just about anywhere. These issues never seem to get fixed. They havent held on to a management team long enough for any kind of consistency or standard to form, and with each new management team the direction changes enough to feel like it's going backwards. This coupled with the nature of a retail job makes it extremely stressful, especially when you are scheduled to work more than 5 consecutive days, up to the 10 that has been quite common in the past.
Senior petroleum clerk/key holder in Prince George, BC
on 28 January 2020
Working here wasn’t so bad
Working here wasn’t so bad but the company is awesome and some of the people you work with here are lazy and others are not but over all not to bad working here
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