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BC Hydro Vancouver, BC (Canada)

BC Hydro Vancouver, BC (Canada) Reviews

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    Current Contractor - Public Affairs Program Specialist in Vancouver, BC (Canada)
    Current Contractor - Public Affairs Program Specialist in Vancouver, BC (Canada)
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at BC Hydro as a contractor (More than a year)

    Pros

    Outstanding vacation and benefits package, inviting and inclusive culture. Emphasis on training and development to propel you forward in your career.

    Cons

    "Public/government" mentality-- can be slow to change and get things done. Heavily unionized, making career advancement difficult.

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BC Hydro Vancouver, BC (Canada) Salaries

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$202,470 per year
$165k
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$202,470 per year
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$204,992 per year
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$204,992 per year
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$187,358 per year
$157k
$272k
$187,358 per year
$157k
$272k

BC Hydro Vancouver, BC (Canada) Interviews

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    Outreach Representative Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vancouver, BC (Canada)
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    The process took 3 days. I interviewed at BC Hydro (Vancouver, BC (Canada)) in October 2009.

    Interview

    Everything was clear and easy throughout the process. the phone interview was typical- some person asking you the same questions they ask everyone else. Pretty basic process.

    The one on one interview was the problem. They got me down there to repeat some of the same questions from the phone interview and then proceeded to ask HR 101 questions and kept on scribbling on a sheet. By the time you get to the one on one interview, although I understand that it is important to ask certain staple questions, interviewers should be able to converse instead of interrogate. It was a waste of time and by the end they knew nothing about me nor did I about them. I expected more depth.

    Interview Questions

    • What would you do if a co-worker is not pulling their weight.   1 Answer

    Reasons for Declining

    I had a better offer from another company

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