Kitchen Hand (Former Employee) – Rostrevor SA – 14 April 2017
organizing, reheating, making prep, setting up tables, communication with different cultures. Cleaning up after yourself, and of course others. moping after the end of shift. I learned it is very good to be 15 mins early to make sure your'e prepared
Head Office (Former Employee) – Adelaide SA – 1 December 2016
There was no direction from senior management, they did not agree on anything and this fed down to the workers. The atmosphere was very toxic and unpleasant and the senior HR managers added to this unpleasantness.
Huge learning experience in business and project development
Project Officer (Former Employee) – Mile End, SA – 8 May 2014
A typical day at work: Developing a project plan for a peer learning network with an aged care provider Literature review and online search of peer learning networks Developing a customer consultancy model using co design approaches Monthly reporting Consulting with internal and external stakeholders What I learned: Co design and consumer consultation techniques associated with change management strategies Working with a management team and learning about corporate branding Management: A not for profit agency where I was employed in a corporate office. There existed an extensive hierarchy. The management team I was working with were highly innovative and creative striving for new approaches to aged care services Co workers Genuinely hardworking and committed co workers. Strong concern for customers and team. The hardest part of my job: Being patient with lengthy processes due to the workplace being very big and having a range of procedures. The most enjoyable part of my job: Working with great people, making difference and developing a project plan for an exciting project.
Client Liaison Officer (Former Employee) – Mile End South Australia – 9 April 2013
A typical day at work would be to first have a chat with the Stay at Home team. Then get stuck into sending surveys to customers, updating contractor details or requesting details, data entry of Stay at Home requests for assistance. Answering the phone. I learned how appreciative customers were of the Stay at Home program. Management were easy to talk to and approachable. My co-workers were extremely hard working, they worked together well and also had a sense of humour. The hardest part of the job was trying to get hold of the supervisors, as they were out to see customers during the day. The most enjoyable part of the job was the team I worked with, the confidence they had in me in doing my job and speaking with customers and contractors.
lovely left over sandwiches and cake from training sessions held at ach