Royal Camp Services
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38 questions about working at Royal Camp Services
Never got any raise..
Answered 16 April 2019
Be fair to all ,, regardless of their colour, caste or religion..
Answered 1 May 2019
Staff scheduled transportation is provided to and from our remote lodges from our Edmonton or Grande Prairie offices at no cost. Transportation to Edmonton or Grande Prairie is not provided.
Answered by Royal Camp Services
30 August 2017
The rotational basis of remote camp work leads to employees being away from family for extended periods of time which can be challenging. Our remote lodges offer free Wi-Fi and / or phone access allowing staff to stay in contact with their family while in camp.
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12 March 2019
Never recieved any feedback, negative or positive. Never recieved a review or felt supported
Answered 26 November 2018
The compensation for the Cold Prep role is typically variable based upon the contract for the lodge worked at.
Answered by Royal Camp Services
7 November 2018
The work environment is a remote accommodation workforce lodge. Employees spend their full rotations at site, and do not return home at the end of the work day. Private rooms, workout facilities, entertainment rooms, satellite TV, and internet access are standard amenities. Visit our website “Lodges” page to for further examples of our sites. The culture for Royal Camp Services can be summarized in our motto “Safety First, Quality Always”. Through proper work planning, health and safety training, hazard identification, inspection and incident investigation, Royal Camp Services fosters safe working attitudes and habits, resulting in staff who are inherently responsible and accountable for providing a safe working environment for all parties involved. Expect to be surrounded by coworkers who are the best in the industry and bring commitment, expertise, creativity, and a passion for establishing a welcoming and comfortable environment.
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20 July 2018
It would be considered acceptable to come for an interview dressed in jeans with a professional top or business casual.
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9 March 2018
The compensation for the Housekeeper role is typically variable based upon the contract for the lodge worked at.
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13 March 2018
The compensation for a Baker is variable depending on lodge contract.
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25 January 2018
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