Hard working staff, management not so good
Each day was busy and hard work but I felt a sense of achievement in helping staff and patients gain what they needed. I learned how to adapt, to recognise what was a priority and also how to help manage the staff around me, even though it wasn't my to carry out.
The management was universal in being too overbearing and tied up with burocracy.
The hardest part of my job was the travelling to it which took 4 hours + both there and back and this was the main reason I left the organisation.
The enjoyale parts was the interaction and helping of others.