International SOS Careers and Employment
- CEOArnaud Vaissié
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$500m to $1bn (CAD)
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Firefighter/Emergency Response Technician in Edmonton, AB
on 23 September 2019
Great company, ok payI've had pretty good work experience with this company, and while we're not paid as much as we'd like, they'll pay for courses if you're full time which is a huge bonus. At least on the Fire Fighting and EMS side. I have no idea what the rest of the company is like.
Supply chain in Leduc, AB
on 14 June 2021
Stressful starting out to busy to and lack of experience to train properlyManagement in the supply chain takes on everyone else job so if your looking to be a babysitter for grown ups here's the job for you and the best part they act friendly ask away if ya need help yea that's a lie just a head up you get a week and they will always act like we're a team there not.In my opinion to help ya out if you don't like being spoke to like a small child this job is not for you!Been warned
Similar to this posting in Nisku, AB
on 24 April 2021
Millennial Management is POOR*They make all kinds of big promises, BUT they are disorganized and dishonest! *So many meetings there is no time to work!*Foul Language in Open Space Office *Proper tools to do the job are slow to appear*Clients need to ask more questions about the costs*Office staff spend a lot of time SICK*Onboarding and Training are sloppy and disjointed.*HR and Manager Openly LIE!
Employee in Leduc, AB
on 12 August 2020
Don't know how to run their Leduc location.Take the warnings and stay away! They seem nice at first but will stab you in the back when they feel the need. The Leduc location does not know how to run a business.
Remote Paramedic / Clinical Education in Papau New Guinea
on 22 February 2020
AwesomeI started in late 2012 in PNG realizing that ISOS is a family and like every family has growing curves, though not often but as problems may it be flights or pay etc these issues where always quickly and decisively corrected. Then the human factor... The professionalism with in the Pom office was in balance with caring and thoughtfulness. I miss those folks
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Process takes about a day or two
Are you available yesterday?
Shared on 30 December 2019
I never had an actual interview, I got called to cover a guy and just became an employee that way.
Shared on 23 September 2019
Can you start tomorrow?
Shared on 24 July 2018
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