I have been working at Mount Royal University (More than a year)
A lot of flexibility with time off. Plenty of sick days, decent benefits, and a pension plan. Access to services on campus (Health Services). Free gym membership. Great reimbursements on professional and personal development through the MRSA. Decent hours. Christmas shut down means you'll never have to worry about working for the holidays.
Management does not care about the happiness of their staff. Toxic work environment because of this. Severely understaffed, so end up doing the work of 2-3 people. Little appreciation for going above your job description. This makes simple job titles seem stressful.
Advice to Management
Management does not appreciate their staff making it difficult to go above and beyond your job title. Stop focusing on the bottom line. Start focusing on the happiness of your employee.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Mount Royal University (Calgary, AB (Canada)) in May 2016.
Sent my resume and cover letter in online and got the phone call for an interview the next day.
The interview was straightforward, mostly went over my previous experience with children and working in a camp role. Some questions were based on specific situations that may occur with the campers such as dealing with parents and disruptive campers. They also want someone who is available for the entire duration of the camp (July-August).
I received the phone call for an offer a few days later.
There was no negotiation
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