- Great coworkers
- The managers/executive director tend to be attentive to your needs
- If you care about hunting and/or conservation, this is good place to work for
- They claim to be for conservation, but this is a hunter's club first and foremost
- Lots of turnovers
- Salary is fairly low even for a non-profit
- You will need a car to work here as it is borderline Langley
- There seems to be some disconnect between the staff and board of directors
I worked at BC Wildlife Federation full-time
Organization serves a good purpose
Great people involved in the organization
Strong membership base
Strong and talented department leaders
Disrespectful and unreasonable management with the incessant need to micromanage your every move and bully you until you feel 2 inches tall.
Board of Directors needs an overhaul
Overtime required at 1:1 for outreach events - some days are 18+ hours.
Don't count on ever seeing your bonus
Borderline unethical business negotiations and contracts
5-hour management meetings every 2 weeks
Advice to Management
Get rid of the toxic people in your organization - then maybe you won't be on the verge of driving the organization into the ground.
Flexible work environment... great for families.
Horrible management structure... Board is too operational and no one is able to make decisions without management approval.
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