Training Centre Administrative (Former Employee) – Liverpool Street Station, Greater London – 17 October 2017
The role was a Training Centre Administrator, which meant preparing rooms for professional training courses and then assisting with queries from trainers and delegates. The centre itself was small and there were never many courses on at any one time which meant that there was little challenging work to be done, generally.
Senior Key Account Manager, Public Sector Sales (Former Employee) – Slough, ENG – 20 September 2013
Having been part of the QA culture since I graduated, I have grown to become extremely successful and matured over my 9 years with the organisation. As sales individuals within the organisation, the importance of driving our numbers, the client experience and in turn success was instilled in us from a very early stage. This grew and matured with us as we moved through our roles and responsibilities within the business. Management were very supportive on a day to day basis, providing honest and intellectual feedback wherever they could to aid the overall number. The hardest part of the job was communicating own personal success and being recognised for the achievements through advancements in roles at a senior level. The most enjoyable part of the job was not only the success, but the culture of the organisation. All employees were like a family and together we all rallied together to achieve results that helped to grow the business to where it is now.
Easily accessible, great culture and people
Lack of progression and recognition at senior level