QUEEN ALEXANDRA COLLEGE Employee Reviews

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applicant (Former Employee) –  Harbourne19 August 2019
Gotr though to interview stage. Interview went well
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phoned and left messages, emailed HR. I resigned from my previous job on the strength of the position due to time frames required.
Pros
the place looked and felt good
Cons
management haven't got a clue how to operate
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Fantastic place to work
HR Assistant (Former Employee) –  Queen Alexandra College16 May 2019
The HR Department are really inclusive and helpful to all the staff who work for the college. They are ready to help with any issues that staff members have and are always willing to help staff understand the colleges policies.

All the staff are friendly and it is a great place to work. You feel part of a family. I was temping for 6 months in the HR Department and did not want to leave.

The Students get along well together and with the Teachers and Teaching Assistants plus the college is fully inclusive. Quite a few staff members were previously students at the college.

The students run a cafe some days and make paninis, cakes samosas which are delicious.

It is an extremely relaxed place to work even though everyone is working hard for the good of the college because it is a charity funded college.

I have never enjoyed working somewhere so much and I would definitely give it 100% for job satisfaction.
Pros
Great lunch menu
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Enjoyed working in queen alexandra college
Administration Assistant (Former Employee) –  Birmingham, West Midlands14 February 2017
As this was my first office based job, it gave me opportunity to learn new skills in providing excellent customer service.
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fun and productive
Support Worker (Part-time) (Current Employee) –  Birmingham, West Midlands11 February 2017
helping students to develop their independent daily living skills in accordance with their individual care plan and term targets, providing care and support for young adults who have complex and challenging needs in terms of their behaviour and emotional, psychological and developmental well-being. teaching and supporting students with different life skills for example how to budget and getting them involved in the community all of which will prepare them for when they are ready to live independently.
Pros
half term holidays
Cons
repetetive
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Mucha presión
Learning Support Assistant (Former Employee) –  Birmingham, ENG8 January 2016
Trabajar en un call center genera mucha tensión porque atiendes a muchísimas personas al día, de las cuales el 90% habla con disgusto. Así que necesitas ser empático y comunicarte de manera asertiva.
Pros
Aprendes a trabajas bajo presión
Cons
Demasiada tolerancia.
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Exciting and stimulating.
Residential Support Worker (Former Employee) –  Birmigham19 June 2015
Catering to the needs of multiple adult students, as well as individual one to one support helping students aspire and achieve independency.
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Well staffed and organised
trainee Rehabilitation officer (Current Employee) –  Birmingham, ENG29 May 2014
Would love a full time job at the QAC, teaching and supporting staff, learnt teaching style and how to deal with students with special needs and learnt how to use new technologies for visual impairment
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