Vancouver Community College
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About the company

  • Founded
    1922
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Education
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Administrative Assistance

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 46 reviews and is evolving.
3.6020174.6320184.3020193.3320203.502021

Reviews

Program Assistant in Downtown
on 25 August 2021
Fast-pace but good workplace
I worked as Program Assistant in two different departments. Some are busier and fas-paced than others, but overall lots of students inquiries (customer service skills are a must) and I feel very welcomed by co-workers and formers employees. Salaries are lower than other (bigger) colleges, but good benefits packages due to the union.
Attendant/Cashier in Broadway vancouver
on 10 March 2021
workload
if u have other job than this u will really compare the workload of vcc espcially if ur working on the kitchen they will tell u u will be assigned in dish washing for 3 months and u dont know how heavy the pots and too much trays u have to wash and how many r u only in the dishwashng room.. so sad but its not easy job
Computer Support Technician in Vancouver, BC
on 20 February 2020
Lucky if you stick to it
People in union are not as welcoming as they may seem is the biggest takeaway from it. It pays well but mostly old staff which will not make way for new people to make a life. Nepotism at play. Managers like to bossy and intimidating and infighting is always going on department to department. Can’t make a peaceful living because of people at work.
Manager of IT Projects in Vancouver, Broadway Campus
on 11 January 2020
Below salary and below budgets
Basically things move pretty slow at VCC. They have limited budget to do much but management isn't really motivated to do much anyway. This is a union environment and also gov't environment and so things are slow for red tape as well. The salary is far below average but with sick days and holidays and only 35 hr work week it could be a good trade off to people. The benefits are "ok" meaning when you are told you have 100% coverage they mean you have 100% coverage from 2015ish rates. They match pension which is a great benefit but with the low salary its a little bit hard to manage with the cost of living in Vancouver. The management depends on the department and so I'm reluctant to comment on management.
Program Coordinator for the Interior Design Department in Vancouver Centre
on 7 January 2020
Fun supported work environment
I worked part time for VCC, I really enjoyed working there and the people and management I worked with. It is a lovely happy friendly workplace. The job was stressful at times but there was great support so nothing too much to worry about. The hours were great and the pay was also great. They held events for staff and training onsite too.

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