Depends who you work for, departments range from relaxed and productive to hectic and error prone with significant office disfunction. Better than most federal gov't departments though.
Both teachers and admin staff can wait years to land a permanent position...some never achieve it due to various reasons. Software and hardware for IT are out of date, and will take millions of dollars to bring to an acceptable standard. This is controlled by the Ontario Ministry of Education, not entirely the fault of the OCDSB. Very little funding is available for office staff training, and working outside your defined "box" is generally discouraged, which will affect your career progression.
Free parking (but limited lot size), and generally a good commute with multiple approaches to the main admin offices. Students have been known to occasionally vandalize vehicles at 133 Greenbank Rd. during the school year, and surveillance camera coverage and resolution is well below standard. Significant gull population requires frequent washing of your vehicle during bird season.
Predictable business cycle - peaks during late Aug to mid Oct
Relatively poor health care benefits for non-union workers