Overall I have found I have enjoyed my time with the RSPCA but I find I am no longer coping as I should whilst taking cruelty complaints.
Call Centre Operator (Current Employee) – 64 Hume Highway Chullora 2199 – 14 September 2012
I work in the RSPCA Call Centre, this entails taking cruelty complaints which are typed live onto a computer system, all information must be typed correctly and accurately as if a case goes to court this document may be entered as evidence. Also all gerneral enquires about any part of the RSPCA and about the RSPCA Branches throughout NSW.
In addittion to this I also do basic data entry work for the Donation Depatment when they become busy during their Campagines, eg. cup cake day, million paws walk.
I find the management easy to work for and very understanding of the stressfull work that is carried out in the Call Centre.
I pride myself in being able to have a great working relation with my co-workers and have never had any trouble working as part of a team.
The hardest part of this job is taking the cruelty complaints as they can become very horrific, but the best part is when the animal in question is rescued. This is very rewarding.
no night work involved
listening to the horrific cruelty that humans can inflict upon animals, with no remorse at all. there are no other cons at all for me.