Support Worker/Carer (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 23 November 2018
As with all social and health care settings, it is of a very complex and challenging nature, where a typical day offering something different. I have learnt and developed my social care skills, particularly in regards to risk assessments, care planning and intervention and the importance of being confidentiality and professionalism. In- house training is provided to all employees which aid in job development. I also managed to study two degrees whilst working night duty and day duty for one year, which was a challenge in itself. I believe that the hardest part of the job is that there is never enough hours in the day, despite how well you plan or prioritise your work. You have to be ready for anything! The most enjoyable part of the job is when a service user says a thank you or you notice an improvement in their health and well-being.
Operative (Current Employee) – London – 1 October 2018
- Very fun with college or resident - I learn everything included new experience - The management be come ease for me and helpful - We have different ethnicity from different place - work under rain and cold - Groups of work and training section
Library Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 11 March 2018
After opening the library, there was shelving to do from the day before. Taking in and giving out books to customers, and helping them find what they were looking for. Updating the filing card system for new and obsolete books. Organising activities for the children's library and taking part in those events.
Plumbers Mate (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 1 October 2017
Worked here for a short time but I really like to learn a lot and really enjoyed myself it was the first time I have a really learn the meaning of hard work, and fell in love with a fast paced environment and job culture
Support Worker/Carer (Former Employee) – Hackney Central ward – 20 August 2016
I am a person that like challenges , the care support work is not challenging to me, the management system is poor, promoting people that do not have skills that are relevant to the job. They do not give people that have the skill opportunity to progress, there is favoritism going on there, job not challenging to me, tenant independent is not promoted that much.