The Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Civic, Welfare & Social Services
  • Link
    The Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf website
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Community & Social Service

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Rating overview

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5.0020183.002020

Reviews

Life Skills Counselor in Milton, ON
on 4 May 2020
Good place to work
Good place to work. Team work is very important..a good manager is important. Needs to be approachable so you can express your concerns... learn sign language
I rather not to say in North York, ON
on 6 May 2020
Take advantage of disability staff
I worked there like a year and a half. I lost my job for no reason. This is a horrible company and very discrimination and some staff telling other lies. New worker gets heavy work than other staff. The rate of pay is horrible and if you work there for over two years and they won't increase your wage. One of the former workers told me that they increase the wage of about 0.25 or 0.50 cents. Toronto has no Union, only Milton. This place is no enjoyable. It isn't easy to work for other staff. No free lunch but only Tuesday can buy lunch from the cafe. It is a challenging job but worth it. Should be paid more for what we deal with though. It is not a great place to be and many of the staff quit.
Part Time Counselor in Milton, ON
on 24 September 2018
Staff are friendly and helpful. Very organized management.
- Great staff - Safe work environment - Accessible for all people (Deaf, Blind etc) - Welcoming to newcomers - Everyday is a new challenge - Nice gymnasium
Residential Counselor in Milton, ON
on 24 July 2018
very productive, fun, assist Client meeting their goals and reducing the social isolation.
provides support to clients follow company protocol work with other support worker complete other duty assigned help clients with daily activities demonstrated ability to work independently and with team
Assistant Programs Coordinator in Barrie, ON
on 26 June 2018
Amazing experience
Working at Bob Rumball was an amazing experience. From visiting residence to serving lunch to organizing daily activities. Never got bored and never wanted to leave!

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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Can you use sign language Have you ever been in charge of younger children before Are you a team player

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