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Civil Enforcement Officer in Amersham, Buckinghamshire
on 8 July 2018
Not fun and being watched non stop
Current parking manager is ignorant, very, very demanding, don't care about her staff and always know better. You are being controlled all the time. Can't show your own initiative.
Business Operations Professional in Amersham
on 15 January 2016
teaches you austerity and patience
Very motivating and requires a lot of patience to work. learned SAP package , updating on ICS. Mixed team of very young people and seniors. Unique blend of experience and enthusiasm. The thing I find difficult is to see there are so many neglected kids wanting help the best part is the Council is like a silver lining in the dark clouds , helping and comforting these kids.
Management Infomation Quality Officer in Amersham
on 8 January 2014
Fun and stimulating, excellent employee culture.
This was an interesting role which allowed me to use my interpersonal skills, working with a wide range of employees promoting the use of IT in Adult Social Care. It was a stimulating to work within such a vital council service and to see clients benefiting from its work. It also allowed me to work independently as the job had a problem solving element, and this variety made for a rewarding experience. A typical day might involve starting in my home office fixing records on the database, then travelling to a different location for a meeting or training session with a team in a hospital, for example. The position gave me the chance to greatly improve my IT and especially data manipulation skills, as well as learn the practices of adult social care. My colleagues were sociable and friendly, as this was an essential quality of the job, and were a pleasure to work with. There were challenges working within such a large organisation with many different departments, as ways of implementing policy necessarily involved considering the varying priorities of different departments, and compromise was often necessary.
Licensing Clerical Assistant in Amersham, Buckinghamshire
on 3 June 2013
typical office environment
A typical day at work including me meeting with clients and handling sensitive information. I deal with telephone calls and would do filing. I learned to be patient while at this job.

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