was productive, taught myself and was good until new band manager
Employment Officer (Former Employee) – Mcleod Lake BC – 8 May 2015
I came into the job when no one wanted it. went by old files and taught myself the reporting and filing that needed to be done. Did this for about 3 months and then picked out my own supervisor. things went well until I was nicely released from my spot.
got along with band members. Felt like one of the gang
Good working environment, Good people to work with.
Land Referral Clerk/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Chetwynd, British Columbia – 15 April 2014
This position started out not very fast passed but turned into a very busy position. The people I worked with were very supportive and easy to get along with, were more than happy to help out if you needed it. It was a position that was very gratifying although it was not an easy job. The one good thing about that was - the days didn't always seem to have enough hours in them.
Family Support Worker (Former Employee) – Moberly Lake, BC – 11 September 2013
National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Program Worker (Former Employee), Mcleod Lake, BC – September 11, 2013 Pros: Able to work outside by the campfire or the lake.Cons: long hours A typical day at work was about supporting people to deal with their addictions in a forward, honest fashion. I learned a lot about people with addictions and Motivational Interviewing techniques. Coworkers were very supportive. The hardest part of the job was the distance I had to travel to get there, making my days 12 to 14 hours. The most enjoyable part of the job was sharing in people's successes.