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ICBC Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1973
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Insurance
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Jobs

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Driver Examiner

Nanaimo, BC

$26.59 an hour

16 hours ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Accounting Assistant Corporate Disbursements

North Vancouver, BC

16 hours ago

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Full-time
Senior Marketing Communications Advisor

North Vancouver, BC

16 hours ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Claims Support Assistant

Surrey, BC

16 hours ago

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Full-time
Legal Assistant

North Vancouver, BC

16 hours ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Claims Support Assistant (Temporary 18 month)

Surrey, BC

20 hours ago

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Full-time
Data Scientist

North Vancouver, BC

1 day ago

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Full-time
Human Resources Assistant

North Vancouver, BC

2 days ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Legal Assistant Litigation

Vancouver, BC

$26 - $28 an hour

2 days ago

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Full-time
General Counsel

North Vancouver, BC

3 days ago

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Full-time
Manager

Guilford, ON

3 days ago

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Full-time
Actuary

North Vancouver, BC

3 days ago

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Full-time
Senior Technical Specialist

North Vancouver, BC

3 days ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Legal Recovery Paralegal

North Vancouver, BC

3 days ago

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Full-time
Intermediate Business Systems Analyst

North Vancouver, BC

6 days ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Workforce Analyst

Surrey, BC

9 days ago

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Full-time
Senior Strategic Planning Advisor

North Vancouver, BC

8 days ago

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Temporary, Full-time, Contract
Facilities Operations Coordinator

North Vancouver, BC

8 days ago

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Full-time
Senior Business Systems Analyst

British Columbia

9 days ago

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Full-time
Senior Audit Services Advisor

North Vancouver, BC

9 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 149 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Insurance

Claims Assistant
$22.75 per hour
Adjuster
$60,540 per year
Senior Adjuster
$62,563 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 153 reviews and is evolving.

3.9320173.8320183.2420192.7820203.002021

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Reviews

Client Service Representative in Port Coquitlam, BC
on 10 April 2021
Mediocre government job
Job itself is easy, however management can be disorganized and it takes a lot of chain of command and time to actually proceed with a change that would make things more efficient. Pay is okay, but keep looking for better jobs once you get enough govt office experience.
Developer in North Vancouver, BC
on 4 March 2021
The worst culture for developer job
ICBC is a good place for lazy people to cut pay checks.The culture of ICBC developer team is the worst for engineers. Zero motivation for tech advancement. Managers are ignorant. Senior developers actually hate new tech. They attend trainings just for collecting certificates instead of learning them. The long staying employees here are good at many things(office politics, bluffing, pretending, gossip) except delivering quality work.The standard and expectation are very low. The leadership actually don't know what quality work should be. They will be satisfied if you can demo some toy works to them. Because most "senior" developers in ICBC can not even deliver a toy project. They often hire expensive contractors to do challenging work, and often fooled by the over priced consultant companies. Food chain is also a FOOL chain in ICBC.The most mattering skill in ICBC is office politics, no matter for tech or non-tech positions.No doubt ICBC can be such a big failure for BC. It's a place for office political people, not engineers.
Administrative Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 3 February 2021
Not a bad place to work
Most people are great to work with. One of the few places that still have a pension although, the pension is from the Union. You get 3 weeks vacation plus 16 days TO days you earn every month, but you pay for them every pay period. Vacation goes by seniority. They still use behavioral interviewing methods.
Customer Service Representative in Richmond, BC
on 13 December 2020
Excellent Job if you want to get your foot in a government setting
Great pay and benefits, excellent growth opportunities.Couldn’t ask for a better company. You meet people from all walks of lives.Training is provided which is awesome
Claims Support Assistant in Kelowna, BC
on 7 December 2020
Unfortunate Environment of Toxicity
Management tip-toe around the worst employees and for good reason. The worst employees are the ones that file the most formal complaints about everyone, including them. It is nearly impossible to terminate anyone and therefore bitter people who cannot advance in the company because of regulations and work in a repetitive job daily and have nothing more interesting to do, complain. They complain about mundane regulations that no one cares about to management and management talk to you about it regularly. Because of this you never feel like you can relax in the work environment. You also make a very minimal wage after all the deductions, on par with many jobs elsewhere that have a happy work environment. If you are interested in this job I recommend thinking about getting a degree (or having one), keeping your head down and being nice, cordial and professional and not taking the negativity personally. Never be late for a break, keep track of the extensive office rules, never breaking them and don’t expect getting a great deal of satisfaction from your position until you hopefully move on to a better one (treat this as an entry level role as long as you have a degree) as the job can be quite repetitive. Most of the employees are great, but the ones that are bad are shockingly so and will most likely stay forever because the union will protect them.
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Interview insights

Insights from 69 Indeed users who have interviewed with ICBC within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Interviews are in a behavioural format so they will ask you to pull examples from your past experiences (e.g. tell us about a time when you had to...). The more specific your answers - the better. Since you won't necessarily have an example that immediately comes to mind for every question, it's okay to ask for more time to think of one or ask the interviewer to come back to the question at the end of the interview.

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