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Director, Government and Institutional Relations in Kingston, ON
on 29 March 2021
Exceptional University and Community
Queen's offers exceptional professional opportunities and benefits in an incredibly innovative and balanced environment.It is a beautiful campus to both study and work at; immersed within a city of Canada's richest history. Queen's is diverse and inclusive, it has global reach while being deeply committed to the Kingston community. Highly recommend Queen's for the professional and life opportunities.
IT Coordinator in Kingston, ON
on 24 March 2021
Understaffed and disorganized
Biggest issues are: disorganization, no communication, slow administration, no direction, lack of response, decentralized management structureI do not feel safe to be open with my coworkers and management about being a member of the LBGTQ+ community. The individual departments exploit part time employees by dangling the "carrot" in front of them with the vague possibility of full time employment.I do not recommend trying to work multiple part time positions. It negatively impacts your mental health. At the end of each day I'm so tired mentally and need time to recover to the point I don't feel I could NOT do any extra professional development. I'd change the hiring process, forcing the hiring managers actually talk with the coworkers of the potential employee and less emphasis of story time with the new hire. To me the hiring process is biased against those who have a oral and written learning disability, and/or introverts.
Caretaker in Kingston, ON
on 8 January 2021
Great place to work
Relaxed fun competitive stressful just like any other job if you love your job you'll love the place you work...pay could be a little more or more fair but overall great job
Administrative Assistant in Kingston, ON
on 23 October 2020
Understaffed and disorganized.
The employees are all lovely people who are friendly and welcoming but sometimes it's like management forgets you exist. It takes weeks for them to even send you the forms for your employee information, it was over a month before I received my first paycheck because no one sent me the financial forms until I was forced to track someone down. There's no clear idea who you report to. They don't provide on the job training, or even what exactly is expected of you. There is a severe lack of communication between management and employees.
Customer Service Representative (Casual Contract) in Kingston, ON
on 11 June 2020
Working Contracts are hard, but rewarding
I have worked with many different departments within the University. Each one was so different from the last. But the skills and knowledge I have picked up through my time there was life changing. Most everyone was so nice and welcoming. Even though you were only on contract. They still treated you as part of the team.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

Questions were fair and behavioral. If you can explain how your skills are transferable to their requirements, you should be fine. No curveballs

Shared on 11 October 2021

Your knowledge of Microsoft Office and online meeting software like Zoom and Teams. Your availability. Your flexibility.

Shared on 23 October 2020

Your teaching philosophy, your past experience, educational qualifications, and very specific about references. You must provide references from supervisors who DIRECTLY witnessed you teaching

Shared on 21 September 2017
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