Patient Care Coordinator (Employé actuel) – Surrey, BC – 13 novembre 2018
Working in the NICU is a stressful, tiring, emotionally draining at times yet very rewarding. It is rewarding when you see those tiny miracles fight for their life and as you watch them grow slowly and able to go home with their family. Emotionally draining and the most hardest part of the job is when you look after a baby who doesn't make it. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you see those family coming back at the nicu to say hi.
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Exciting, easy, and fun!
Minor Test Shopper (Ancien employé) – Surrey, BC – 11 juillet 2019
An easy job, get driven around to ask for tobacco at local retailers as a minor. Pay is amazing, hours are terrible (4 hours every two weeks if that). Management is creepy. Supervisor who drives you around is very forward and treats you like a piece of meat constantly checking you out which is so disgusting and degrading. Asks very personal questions and is offended when you don't share personal responses. Very moody supervisor, if you have a nice supervisor it is the perfect part time job!
Always go out for lunch, easy way to make friends with associate, great pay
Creepy management, car sick from being in car all shift, always go out for lunch (use money you earned to pay for food)
Program Assistant (Ancien employé) – Burnaby, BC – 20 juin 2019
Great way to engage and be apart of an organization that innovates and supports health care for BC Residents. Excellent challenging and environment. Great to work with people who are willing to work with you.