Royal City Soccer Club
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Royal City Soccer Club Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $1m to $5m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Rating is calculated based on 67 reviews and is evolving.



Counselor in Strathcona
on 25 June 2020
A fantastic summer job if looking to engage with children and stay active.
I had a wonderful time working at Royal City Soccer Club and my experience with management was more than fluent. I had no problems and they were very understanding of my requests for time off as well as my availability to work at a different location in the city.
Camp Supervisor in Calgary, AB
on 17 August 2021
Love being a camp counsellor, horrible company
The job in general is great, love working with kids. However the management is garbage they don’t help you whatsoever. Parents are constantly getting mad at you for lack of communication from head office. In Alberta you will be paid significantly under minimum wage. So it’s not worth it as you cannot support yourself off of it. You only get paid for 8 hours whereas you constantly will be putting in more and expected to put in more hours. Whenever you need help head office never helps, they don’t respond and leave you hanging for weeks. It has been a horrible and pointless experience due to the lack of support from management. Which is unfortunate because working with the kids is so great.
Camp Counsellor in Barrie, ON
on 1 February 2021
I’ll start off with the pros. It’s a camp, so you know what you’re signing up for. I loved the kids and I liked how a lot of the kids stayed for weeks at a time. It was a rewarding job seeing all the kids. That’s the only pro- the pay is absolutely AWFUL. Maybe good for someone still in highschool- definitely not anything older. $400 a week was not worth it especially when most weeks I was working 45 hour weeks. If a kid doesn’t get picked up right at 5- you have to stay and you won’t get paid for that etc. Management is very dishonest and very disorganized. Training was in Burlington doesn’t matter if you’re not from there- you HAD to go& gas/ accommodations were NOT covered. It’s a mess right from the start. I do not recommend this job at all.
Office Coordinator in Burlington, ON
on 8 September 2020
Great place for a summer Job
Great office job for a summer student.Lots of general admin tasks that prepare you for your career down the round. Time management is a big thing you learn here. Also being able to juggle different tasks
Moniteur in Mississauga, ON
on 14 June 2020
Environnement de travail stimulant
Les semaines étaient tous planifier de la même façon pour garde le rythme.

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