Apprentice Painter and Decorator (Former Employee) – Aberdeen – 4 July 2017
It is a fun place to work you get a lot of experience from the older workers who have been working for years. I would recommend to others as others are friendly and are willing to teach you new things.
Telephonist (Former Employee) – Aberdeen – 28 June 2017
Good benefits Amazing culture in Frederick St Good work/life balance - friendly atmosphere Con - Loud open plan office Lovely staff - welcoming and good managerial staff Con is the sickness policy - 2 sicknesses in a year and action is taken Culture is improving with team building days etc
PUPIL SUPPORT ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Aberdeen – 19 June 2017
Unfortunately due to school closures my time there ended. Fantastic time over the years. Until management came in and closed the school. Unfortunately after a period of time you discovered you are only a number.
Adminstration Assistant (Former Employee) – Aberdeen, Aberdeen City – 19 June 2017
I found the training was not very good if you only have a temporary contract. There seemed to be no consistency in the way people did things. They all seemed to do things differently. So if you asked one person how to do things they will tell you one way and yet another person would tell you a differnet wasy.
Admin Support (Current Employee) – City Centre – 15 June 2017
Deal mainly with the public as this is an exhibition space that is open to the public. Collate numbers for visitors to the premises and also direct and inform public. Make ready for new exhibitors and assist to de-stall.
Social work manager (Former Employee) – Aberdeen – 4 March 2017
Difficult job when budgets were reduced , services closed and staff were made redundant. Multiple changes in Senior manager posts which caused much disruption and uncertainty Prior to that very enjoyable I took voluntary severance in 2010
Cleaner (Former Employee) – Marshall college – 25 February 2017
My job role in Aberdeen city council was work around house in Aberdeen area I had too clear out the abandoned home that people left behind. I learned to be professional about the public area because I sometime had to go with the line management to someone's house to help clean it and remove anything. The hardest part about the job for me was trying to clear a fridge out went the food is all bad and out of day. The best about the job was I got to work with good friends and be able to forget how bad the house was.
Assistant Property Officer (Former Employee) – Aberdeen city, UK – 22 February 2017
Enjoyed my time here plenty of training provided, friendly colleagues made friends for life working here. Kept busy most days and always had new tasks. Plenty of opportunity to move within departments if jobs come up internally.
Aberdeen (Current Employee) – Aberdeen, Aberdeen City – 20 February 2017
There was zero contract so was hard to work out my income as sometimes I would work 25 works a week & other times 5 hours.Good point was I worked in my area as I don't drive so no expenses on bus fares.
Whislt doing my apprentiship I felt I did not receive the needed experiance to go on and work for a larger comercial company within joinery. The experience was mainly in maintenance and the skill level was not great from other employees.
Customer Service Adviser (Former Employee) – Aberdeen – 28 January 2017
Stability.... It is usually office hours and fixed work times. The job is secure and there is room for career growth and progression....There are associated benefit within the LA and other affiliated organisations.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Aberdeen – 30 December 2016
Fabulous job for those that they want stability without any other prospect in their career. The leaders try to cover their back. They see the tree and not the forest. Excellent CEO with out good partners of the departments.