The University of Northern British Columbia
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About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. Geoff Payne
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Prince George
  • Link
    The University of Northern British Columbia website
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Rating is calculated based on 37 reviews and is evolving.



Lab in Lab
on 22 January 2023
Unbc lab
Flexible schedule and no commute issues as work as on campus. Interview straight forward and process quick. Very laid back and easy to get through the day quickly.
Power Engineer in Prince George, BC
on 23 December 2022
Shift Engineer
Family oriented group, beautiful benefits, wages for power engineers could be better. Shift engineer group is cohesive team with the same goals. No bosses around , everyone is involved is everything and that mindset make the job easier for everybody
Web Officer in Prince George, BC
on 24 November 2022
Beautiful location, but very slow moving.
This was a beautiful place to work, the campus is gorgeous and the atmosphere is great. The downsides of working here have to do with the management and with the bureaucracy of everything. Like most other positions, it was assumed there would be a natural progression with the role, however making any progress towards both financial compensation and position advancement seemed impossible. On top of that, most of the positions outside of faculty members are compensated much lower than comparable positions elsewhere.
Lecturer in BC
on 27 May 2022
Engaging and friendly place
It is a great place. People are Helpful. Staff is Very cooperative.The students are intelligent.People are friendly in general.It is located in Northern BC. Nice location
Enrolment Services Representative in Prince George, BC
on 14 March 2022
Good work experience, lots of learning, a bit underpaid
The training at this job was "okay" - you kind of just learn on the job as you go, which can take a full year to fully learn everything, as different seasons bring in different requests. The workplace culture was good for the most part when I worked there. My supervisor at the time was amazing, but sadly he eventually left. The job is cyclical; there are times when you are working endlessly, juggling between students coming in, phone calls, emails, mail, and paperwork, due to high demand; and then there are other times during the slow season when there isn't enough to do and you are left finding something to work on. This job involves knowing the ins and out of the university, as they are the first point of contact and have to liaise between a bunch of different departments. I believe this job is a bit underpaid for what they do, but only people in the Registrar's Office, or those who have worked in this position, know that it is not that easy and that they can be underappreciated. Since it is a union-based company (besides management), it is hard to move up the corporate ladder because employers are inclined to hire internally and based on seniority, even if the other candidates are more qualified or have better accreditations.

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