Check the history of the organization, what the company stands for and what you can bring to the organisationAnswered 29 October 2019
Be a yes person never ask for Flexible working as the answer will be NO and you will be deemed to be a trouble maker, they do however pay high salaries and the higher up the person is the nicer they are the CEO sits with you at lunch whereas you low level manager hides from you and ignores you in the street,Answered 21 December 2019
Support training is the generic online stuff every support network has.
Have had no other 'outside' training opportunities that other support services worked have helped me with in the past. You can have all the qualifications and experience in the world, yet still be supervised by someone with practically no support skills or quals, online training is tedious and repetitive.
Your expected to 'know' everything on the job often without proper supervision or guidance.
Luck of the draw on Management....some are great, some are practically never seen or supportive, same goes for teams.
Folks that don't pull their weight are often carried by everyone else.
Your ideas will be pinched by others.
They have shareholders........
Wages aren't great.....other support groups are often better paid.
Pros....some staff are great and the job can be interesting.Answered 16 December 2018
What questions did they ask during your interview at Metropolitan Thames Valley?Asked 11 February 2020
Listening and engaging residents
Time management and prioritising workload
Social housing issuesAnswered 11 February 2020