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Government & Public Administration
Grocery Stores
US$100M to US$500M
US$25M to US$100M
Number of employees
501 to 1,000
more than 10,000
19855-92A Avenue Langley, BC V1M 3B6

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City of Kelowna reviews

on June 26, 2022
Great place to work
Heavy Equipment Operator
(current employee) - Canada

on September 1, 2021
(current employee) - Kelowna, BC

on April 23, 2020
(current employee) - Kelowna, BC

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Save On Foods reviews

on September 30, 2022
Department Specialist
(current employee) - Edmonton, AB

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on September 27, 2022
Front End Cashier
(current employee) - Richmond, BC

on September 27, 2022
Restaurant Clerk
(current employee) - Langley, BC

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$26.31 per hour
$15.25 per hour
$85,446 per year
$23.86 per hour
Crew member
$28.23 per hour
$21.00 per hour
Service technician
$28.55 per hour
$16.00 per hour
Land manager
$97,188 per year
$24.00 per hour
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10 jobs at City of Kelowna
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434 jobs at Save On Foods
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Process is about a month
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