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  • www.nomoredebts.org
  • New Westminster, Canada
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 1996
  • Non-profit Organisation
  • Social Services
  • $10 to $25 million (USD)

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We're a non-profit credit counseling service. We provide Canadian consumers with free, objective, confidential, and non-judgmental debt help and financial guidance. We help people learn how to manage their money and credit better, learn how to make wise financial choices, and ...
Mission: We Help. We Educate. We Give Hope.

Credit Counselling Society Reviews

4.1
86%
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87%
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Scott Hannah
Scott Hannah
14 Ratings
5.0
Former Employee, more than 1 year

"Business Analyst"

Apr 20, 2021 - Business Analyst

Pros

Great Environment
Great Colleagues
Career Growth
Great Benefits
Great Atmosphere

Cons

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Diversity & Inclusion at Credit Counselling Society

5.0
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Diversity Programs & Initiatives

Commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

CCS is committed to the ongoing development of a safer, respectful and equitable space for employees, clients and stakeholders of all races, gender identities, gender expressions and disabilities. We believe in the value that

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Credit Counselling Society Interviews

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  1. Drupal Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New Westminster, BC
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Credit Counselling Society (New Westminster, BC) in Jan 2018

    Interview

    First step, a phone call from Person A. Some generic questions to get to know me, nothing special. All companies usually ask the same kind of stuff (experience, education, salary expectations, etc.).
    Second step, another phone interview. This time with Person B with more technical questions about my experience. I can remember some were about web security (DDOS and XSS), server administration (which editor I use on the server), an easy CSS question, some challenges I've faced during my work years, etc.
    Third step, a face to face meeting with Person A, Person C and Person D, which lasted about one hour, followed by another one with Person B and Person E which lasted between 30 and 45 minutes. During the first interview I was asked more specific questions about why I wanted to work there, if I think it's a stressful environment, my work philosophy, biggest problems I had, biggest weakness, etc. The second part of the meeting was technical, but without any coding questions, just about my experience developing websites.
    A week after that I got an email from Person A telling me that I didn't pass to the next stage for reasons I still don't understand. I had a very good feeling after the interview and was sure that I was going to get an offer. Maybe I was asking for too much money? I don't know, the reason I was given weren't convincing.
    Everybody was very nice with me and I really enjoyed the process, but being rejected with those specific reasons made me sad.

    PS: I've used Person A, B, C, D and E because apparently using their positions is against glassdoor.ca guidelines.
    Interview

    what would you improve in our current website?

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Credit Counselling Society Awards & Accolades

  • Great Place to Work CanadaBest Workplaces™ Canada2019
  • Best Workplaces™ CanadaGreat Place to Work Canada2018

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