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  • I had a great time working here, learned a lot and had some great coworkers

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    I worked at FortisBC full-time (more than 5 years)


    Job Security when a contract is in place for union members. Company training is available every year so long as there is a business benefit. Large service area with offices dispersed offers some the chance to explore other facilities and meet new coworkers. Great dental plan and benefits in general.


    Sink or swim on some tasks that are given. Union negotiations can go on for a long time adding stress to life planning when your current term expires.

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    Job shadowing to gain experience/familiarity of your coworker responsibilities to assist in your awareness of what it is you do in your job can aid others best.

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    Anonymous Employee in Kelowna, BC (Canada)
    Anonymous Employee in Kelowna, BC (Canada)
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    I applied online. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at FortisBC in January 2014.

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    The interviewers were friendly and helpful during the process, but the recruiter was very unprofessional. When I was advised I did not get the job, the recruiter was very upbeat and laughed through her presentation of, "It was very close and you were a strong candidate, but we have decided to go with a someone else." I don't mind losing out on a job opportunity, but I objected to her gleeful tone in telling me I hadn't been chosen.

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    • The interview process was based on a behavioural interview process and each department has their own questions specific to the position. One specific question asked was, "Can you remember a time when you have had difficulty in convincing your manager of a project or process. If yes, how did you approach the subject and were you successful?   Answer Question
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Headquarters KELOWNA, Canada
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

FortisBC (formerly Terasen Gas) is the largest natural gas distribution company in British Columbia. A Fortis subsidiary, it is the third-largest gas utility in Canada and the largest natural gas distributor in the Pacific Northwest. The utility serves 940,000 residential, commercial, and industrial customers in 125 communities in BC. FortisBC also provides gas transportation services to wholesale customers, operates a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant, and pipes propane products to select areas of the province. In 2011, in a move to strengthen its parent's brand, the... More

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