Medical Receptionist (Current Employee) – Cornwall – 4 October 2017
Answering the telephone and making medical appointments and dealing with paperwork for deploying personnel. Every day was a learning day as policy changes and updates is ongoing. Respectful workplace culture . My role is particularly challenging in many areas there is no hardest part that sticks out. Everyday was different with enquires so the role does not become mundane thus keeping it enjoyable .
Encouragement to use the free fitness facilities available.
Engineering Manager (Current Employee) – Hampshire – 27 July 2017
IT predominantly used throughout day, research of Aviation policy at all levels, multiple ad hoc tasks received and actioned either immediately or over a period of time dependent of research requirements. Research and provision of reports, briefs and powerpoint for senior management. Open plan office with senior management colocated.
Relaxed, professional environment. Opinion valued.
Test Analyst/Specialist (Former Employee) – Swansea – 22 July 2017
Hewlett Packard bought out EDS to try and get into the software business. They then proceded to close down the software side and make everyone redundant so lost a very skilled team of software engineers at a large cost.
Senior manager (Current Employee) – Telford – 22 June 2017
The MoD has a lot going on and is very diverse in its approach. Overall they are a good employer with great flexibility. Sometimes things take a while to get passed due to the chain of command but that's the way the army work
British Army (Former Employee) – Weeton – 19 June 2017
A typical day at work in the army would consist of waking up at 5:30am and having a shower and a shave, getting the administration side of things drilled into you. Then after this, we would all march to breakfast as a platoon and get half an hour to finish. At 8:00am, physical trainig was carried out after that we had till dinner time to relax and rest and after dinner we would clean our weapeos.
Infantry Soldier (Former Employee) – Scotland – 14 June 2017
When you meet the good people you the job is very interesting, the reverse is true. I enjoyed most of my exercises and my time outside UK. It developed my confidence and discipline to face the world positively.
Potential Instrutor (Current Employee) – Birmingham – 31 May 2017
Excellent way of improving your own confidence and self esteem as well as making friends and working along side a fantastic team. yes you might get a little mudding but who cares when you are having the time of your life.
I especially enjoy watching the young people develop and grow into strong, independent adults and feel so proud i was apart of it.
I have learnt so much from how to read a map to organising camp and activities.
Administration Assistant (Former Employee) – Rosyth – 30 May 2017
A typical day would involve providing admin support for Office Manager and technical grades. Ensuring all filing is kept up to date, Ensuring there is adequate stationery in the 3 offices I covered. Typing letters, memos and other general admin duties.
I learned the importance of confidentiality due to the nature of the post.
The management consisted of various grades from Admin Assistant up to Chief Executive Officer.
Workplace culture was a relaxed working environment.
The most enjoyable part of the job was job satisfaction by seeing a good job well done.
Not reaching the desired payscale due to goal posts being moved