Toronto Community Housing

Working at Toronto Community Housing: company overview and reviews

Toronto Community Housing
Toronto Community Housing
4.1
133 reviews
Toronto Community Housing ratings
4.1
Average rating of 133 reviews on Indeed
4.1Work-life balance
3.8Pay & benefits
3.6Job security & advancement
3.8Management
3.9Culture
Headquarters
Toronto
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Revenue
$100M to $500M (USD)
Industry
Organization

Popular jobs at Toronto Community Housing

 Average salarySalary range
Program Supervisor
10 salaries reported
$40.88
per hour
$20.40-$61.35
Program Leader
1 salary reported
$14.50
per hour
$10.15-$21.75
Tenant Coordinator
5 salaries reported
$35.51
per hour
$17.75-$53.30
Clerk
8 salaries reported
$27.72
per hour
$13.85-$42.30
Cleaner
6 salaries reported
$17.85
per hour
$10.15-$26.80
Salary satisfaction
72%
of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 117 reviews

Toronto Community Housing reviews

Overall reviews at Toronto Community Housing

3.0
Community Manager | Lawrence Heights, ON | Jul. 25, 2019
Work is meaningful and positively impacts the lives of residents in the community
This organization truly attempts to empower their residence and creates meaningful opportunities to build capacity and connect residence to resources.
4.0
Service Coordinator | Toronto, ON | May 3, 2019
Amazing
Hard to maintain a good work life balance Job Culture, is quite good hard to maintain a job culture Salary is pretty decent but could be better based on the requirements you are assigned to complete.
5.0
Administrative Assistant | Greater Toronto Area, ON | Feb. 26, 2018
Loved the work culture of this particular office
The staff were nice and welcoming. The manager was awesome. I learned a lot about the city and the efforts of the Toronto City Staff here. I only wished my contract didnt end and i could have stayed on board.
4.0
Customer Service Representative | Toronto, ON | Oct. 13, 2018
Office Assistant
Everyday work starts at 8:30 am to 4:30 pm half an hour lunch break. Deals with Housing tenant as per their requirements and also inform their monthly rents and other payment information.
4.0
Program Manager | Canada | Dec. 9, 2019
Productive and very supportive team
Good working environment and collaborative team work and excellent management. Learnt working in existing occupied buildings food facility for growth
1.0
Vendor Manager | Hall, BC | Jun. 12, 2019
Poor Management
I do not recommend working here...management is poor and HR is overwhelming in their pettiness. Most of the staff do try but it is a depressing environment.
ProsOverall staff do try to make it work.
ConsHorrible HR staff.
5.0
Repair Technician | Scarborough, ON | Aug. 1, 2017
Team players and great management and great opportunities
Great place to work and grow. However I need to move with my family north to simcoe. Unionized. Good people. Good management. Lots of room for advancement for right candidates. Uniforms provided. Full time employment. And greAt teams.
ProsBdnefits, salary and training programs
ConsIts in thd city
4.0
Community Care Worker | Scarborough, ON | Sep. 5, 2013
A direct outlet to gain practicum community development.
Experience is gained through initiative, questions, and adaptability, which are acquired granted diligence. Flexibility is important, due to the unique services required to provided for both community residents of 100+ members, and the corporate mandate.
5.0
Building Maintenance | Toronto, ON | Oct. 24, 2017
productive and fun work place
Great opportunity for youths looking to gain valuable experience . The people I worked with was very friendly and like family but my supervisor was the best. I would like to work for this company again.
5.0
Program Leader | Toronto, ON | Oct. 8, 2019
Productive work site
The job would start in the morning with kids coming in with huge smiles and activities planning throughout the whole day. These activites would be so much as to go to the park, gym, or trips. Overall the experience for working at Toronto Community Housing is enjoyable.

Questions and answers about Toronto Community Housing

How should you prepare for an interview at Toronto Community Housing?
Asked Mar. 1, 2018
Read the job posting over several times because all questions will pertain to what is in that posting. Also recognize that answers to their questions are on a point system; if the interview panel is still looking at you after you have answered a question then continue on with your answer and try to score additional points for that particular question. Study and be prepared or you will be caught flat footed.
Answered Jul. 14, 2019
It is a panel interview with two to three people. After the interview, a written exam might be given.
Answered Nov. 20, 2018
Why would you want to work at Toronto Community Housing?
Asked Aug. 29, 2017
To make different from others.i will make sure the place is neat
Answered May 27, 2018
Pay and pension
Answered Mar. 19, 2018
What are the perks offered by Toronto Community Housing Corporation?
Asked Mar. 5, 2017
Generous benefit package, generous sick pay and personal days, generous vacation and good compensation. Gold plated pension if you can stick it out for 30 years. Numerous training courses provided which will keep you up to speed to changes in legislation and policy. Has an employee assistance plan as well.
Answered Jul. 14, 2019
Flexible hours and benefits.
Answered Oct. 13, 2018
What is the dress code at Toronto Community Housing?
Asked Oct. 29, 2018
Depends on the position you are applying for. Security and maintenance are provided uniforms. Office staff dress slacks and blouse or shirt - not too formal.
Answered Jul. 14, 2019
Relax. Management dress up, but it is not mandatory
Answered Nov. 20, 2018
What is the work environment and culture like at Toronto Community Housing?
Asked Aug. 29, 2017
Work Culture is very positive organizationally.
Answered May 27, 2018
Very welcoming and open environment. senior staff always approached all new comers and interns with guidance and and opprtunities to shadow different departments of TCH
Answered Mar. 1, 2018