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Edmonton, AB (Canada)
1001 to 5000 employees
Non-profit Organisation
Membership Organisations
$1 to $2 billion (HKD) per year


Alberta Motor Association Reviews

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee


    The only reason anyone works for this company is for the people they directly work with and the sense of fulfillment they receive from helping members and contractors.


    No leadership. Management is a group of cliquey high school students who bring no actual value to the company other than claiming credit for the hard worth their supporting teams put in.

    Advice to Management

    Deal with your middle management. There’s no opportunity for actual hard working dedicated employees to advance. The only way is to become friends and brown nose with senior management. Then you can run rampant, make inappropriate sexual comments to female subordinates, make racist joke to visible minorities, bully, make homophobic comments or make things harder for an openly gay individual until they quit, breach employees confidentiality only to slander other employees. All you have to do is go to your friends in upper management and they will instruct the HR department to look the other way.

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Alberta Motor Association Interviews



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    Business Intelligence Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Edmonton, AB (Canada)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Alberta Motor Association (Edmonton, AB (Canada)) in May 2019.


    I applied for the job on March 26, I was called for an Interview on May 7.I was interviewed by the Business Team Manager, he asked me about how good I am with data analytics, what skills I have related to the job. He was a pretty cool guy, I had my laptop handy just in case they want to see my R code, but he said he trusts me what I am saying.The whole process was very smooth, when the Business Manager was done for the Technical interview, the Marketing Manager joined the Interview and asked me some general questions.The technical interview was based on questions related to R,Python,SQL and databases.

    After 2 weeks I got a call from the Marketing Manager that 2 candidates have been shortlisted, he asked me a couple of questions over the phone, just to make sure I am the right fit for the organization.After 2 weeks my reference check was done by the Hiring Coordinator, after the check I was given the Job Offer letter.

    Interview Questions

    • Technical questions:

      1.How comfortable are you with using R and Python?
      2.Give me a detailed idea of the projects you had done in Data Analytics, where did you get the data.
      3.Which data formats you are familiar with (csv,tsv,web data etc)
      4.Tell me about how good you are at using excel formulas, macros, pivot tables, VBA
      5.How much you know about SQL, give me an overview what you can do with SQL.
      6.What software development languages you are familiar with.

      General questions:

      6.Why should we hire you among all the other candidates?What is special about you as compared to other candidates.
      7. How much time you can commit to AMA   Answer Question
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