A great professional & down to earth working environment
Asbestos Administrator & Gas / Lifts Administrator (Former Employee) – East London, Greater London – 8 February 2018
I worked closely alongside the Mechanical and Engineering manager, liaising with the tenants and gas engineers. I learned how to raise purchase orders to the OGH standard and learned how to upload asbestos details on the system. I enjoyed speaking with the tenants on a daily basis, putting their minds at rest about the works in hand and arranged appointments and was happy to complete any ad hoc work.
Great colleagues and working environment, super location
No scope to go permanent or move forward in the post
Specialist Support Worker (Current Employee) – Greenwich, Greater London – 24 April 2018
I am very fortunate to have had the chance to work for this company. I have ha d the change to learn a lot from the wonderful people that work for it. I had the chance to grow and to thrive. I had a promotion while working for them and they give me responsibilities for training, RCM meetings and to develop my profession.
Gas Engineer (Former Employee) – London – 17 April 2018
Worked on gas department very poorly run no one knows what they’re doing inc management high turn over of staff and lack of knowledge within gas industry. The sites aren’t nice environments inc hostels etc
Promise you everything and deliver nothing but broken promises.
Support Officer (Former Employee) – Camden Town, Greater London – 17 August 2017
A typical work day happy and enjoyable. Manager was nice and supportive and colleagues were also helpful We share experience together and help one another. The hardest part of the job is resettlement . Handover time is the most enjoyable part of the job where you are to interact with your colleagues.
Support Worker (Current Employee) – Essex – 21 February 2017
Every day is different. You never know everything in this job. A varied and exciting week by week. Great peer support and team work. Managing a complex case load of mixed client groups to assist with housing related issues, including welfare benefits, debts and housing options/ move on. Community based support provided to vulnerable people in the local community.
support officer (Current Employee) – Arlington – 2 October 2015
A typical day at work varies as there is always opportunity to learn something new at work from colleagues and management in terms of service delivery. Management is very supportive and flexible because of the type work I do. The hardest is dealing with challenging behaviour because one needs to be quick to assess the situation and make a decision for the way forward. When I meet all my targets is the most enjoyable part of my job.
Apprentice Service Desk Analyst (Current Employee) – Camden Town, ENG – 19 May 2015
What I can say that I have learnt from this job role is that you must always work to the best of your abilities. Also that it is not just about showing that you are the best worker but also showing that you can work with and support the team that you are working with.
Service desk is a very fast paced environment so I would always be carrying out a task whether it be small or big there would be times where I would be at my desk and typing all day there were also times where I would be lifting equipment and setting up on new desks or even going off site and doing similar jobs.
But the main thing that I have learnt that I will take with me is that the work environment is always changing and you must adapt by learning and implementing the new skills and knowledge that you pick up everyday and from previous experiences.
Receptionist / Customer Services Officer (Former Employee) – london – 11 July 2014
it was an excenllent organisation to be apart of. I first became interested in Receptionist work when I did work experience with One Housing Group 2011 and was impressed with the staff, and the stand of the company profile. During this time I gain experience in all aspects.