Project Support Officer in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Productive, fast changing environment
Hard work ethic expected to produce the required results, with a very high level of confidentiality at all times. Flexible working available at appropriate times of the year.
Administrator in Midlands and East
Awesome IF you have a good manager
It is public sector so salary could be better but is contemporary with other public sector organisations. The culture is good overall but alot comes down to whether or not you have a good manager as so much is down to their discretion. There are loads of training opportunities but getting permission for secondments is hard and there are very few band 6 roles compared to band 5s so most people leave after then.In COVID our jobs are secure and they are promoting wellbeing but disabilities are poorly supported and mental health is not even discussed.
Recruitment Administrator in England
fun and happy atmostphere nice people to work with
calling panellist and candidates preparing interview packs printing for speciality interviews being a timer and invigilator and a runner. working as a team .
Administrator in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Unorganised and was going through change when I started. There was not enough work once I started and on my first day
it was announced the team was going to go through redundancies.
Treat people unfairly.
Administrator in London, Greater London
Bullying culture, high stress levels
Management pass the buck of responsibility when they do not know the answer to things,
Bullying is the order of the day,
Being stressed will happen daily
Job starts of well, then stress gets to you
Unless you are with a certain crowd, promotion is impossible,
On the other hand, it has been known for someone to interview for a job 4 times before they get it.