Crew Member (Former Employee) – Kilbarrack, County Dublin – 28 October 2017
My review of my time in mace kilbarrack was a good/great experience. I got to learn a lot of tools and had fun meeting lots of new people. We did a fun day to raise some money for the company which went very well.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Donaghmore – 15 October 2017
A typical day would consist of being in charge of opening the shop in the morning. Then serving members of the public all day which I really enjoyed. I was also in charge of training any new staff and putting orders in for new stock.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Belfast, County Antrim – 31 July 2017
Really enjoyed serving the public. This job was demanding in terms of keeping the levels to stock at the correct levels to ensure customer satisfaction and store space etc. The main duties were helping customers, placing orders, shelf merchandising an staff management. Health and safety was another key factor as the whole store had to be kept cleaned, tidy and safe at all times. This involved cleaning and sanitizing shelves, food area's and fridges daily. brushing & mopping floors to ensure good hygiene. A lot of my time was spent managing the stock control side and delegation of tasks to other staff whilst helping customers with any queries they may have.
cashier and shelf stocking (Current Employee) – blackpool – 18 July 2017
Typical day at work is spending time the stock on the shelfs stays full that IS our aim I enjoy working here because you meet new people every day and get to expand your skills while enjoying your job.
Senior Risk Manager, International Capital Project (Current Employee) – London – 5 June 2017
As Senior Risk Manager , I'm Part of the Consultancy team, we are not base at Mace London. We move around to support different clients in their project deliverable. It's dynamic job, you move around a lot.
great risk team
we do long hours due to weekly travels to Europe or other continent
I done work experience here when I was sixteen for school work. After the week of work experience I was offered a lot of Cover work for the shop, often where I'd have been given bonuses by the shop manager for good work. Everybody was friendly and it was a pleasure working for this company.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Moorgate – 8 May 2017
Monitoring all office procedures and activities, providing required support for smooth movement of project, supporting a team of 60 members • Delegating work to team members, managing their workload, performance and reporting performances to Project Director • Monitoring two project secretaries and conducting weekly meetings in order to meet targets and deadlines • Budget management- involved in relocation of London office to Denmark. Therefore I dealt with various agencies and companies for cheaper relocation services. Researched and obtained great deals with in country suppliers for office supplies i.e. stationeries, internet connectivity, mobile data plans, electrical maintenance, car rentals, canteen services, cleaning agents, providing kitchen supplies etc • Personal Assistant support to Project Director – Diary management, scheduling meetings, car, flight and accommodation bookings, completing timesheets and expenses, authorizing staff timesheets and expenses on behalf of my Project Director
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Bride's Major ED – 16 March 2017
I worked with Mace for over 5 years and i loved it, it was an overall laid back job with friendly staff that eventually feel like family. hours a pretty good even if you are a student however i was a part time employee that was working about 40 hours a week due to alot of staff having time off. despite that i didn't mind the extra hours and enjoyed the daily visits from a good majority of the locals. will always recommend.
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Belfast, County Antrim – 11 March 2017
Mace us a good company to work for, flexible around studying alongside. However, in the independent store I worked in there wasn't much room for progression I found. Additionally, not a lot of benefits that other retail companies may offer.
Senior Project Manager (Former Employee) – Stratford, Greater London – 2 March 2017
Arrive at work in the morning, write up my diary for the work carried out the day before. Log into the server and check my diary to see if there were any meeting or function happen that day. The learning is always happening and you always being taught by what is happen around. The hardest part of the day is long hours.
Supply of a laptop with a server to back upnall of your information