Productive place, great atmosphere and people
Kitchen Porter (Former Employee) – Stirling University, Stirling – 5 April 2017
A typical day at work would consist of preparing the kitchen for breakfast, cleaning up during and after the breakfast. Then the preparation for lunch begin and cleaning and finally the dinner. Between those times, the kitchen would be cleaned, ingredients prepared, have lunch yourself and helping the cooks if needed. During that experience I gained skills such as teamwork, working fast and efficiently, time management, communication and determination. The culture in the workplace had diversity and little discrimination which was dealt with. The hardest part of the job was working on cleaning alone when at least two people were meant to. It was hard keeping up and cooks sometimes had to step in and help out. The most enjoyable part was getting the job done which gave satisfaction. Also, meeting new people and interacting with them.