Very friendly people to work with.
Website administrator / assistant (Former Employee) – Corporate Communications – 1 March 2013
First, I'd check for, and execute relevant extranet, and website updates required from the night before. Information would be supplied by line management or Fire & Rescue personnel.
My main focus would then be documenting all assets and hierarchical structure of the extranet site. This was necessary for an impending server software update. The final report was compiled as information was collected and processed.
As incident reports and campaign news arrived, they were edited for publication in a variety of formats: press releases for the local media, website news items with relevant links.
I learned about some web building techniques to both, embrace and avoid. My preference for open-source web technology has strengthened because of this.
During my relatively short time there, I found management to be excellent and very supportive. Everyone's efforts and contributions were highly valued. There was a great sense of humour all round.
We had regular visits from the Chief Fire Officer (CFO) who kept in touch with everyone.
The best part of my job was doing what I love with a great bunch of people.
The hardest part of my job was the uncertainty of its duration.
I have great memories
great people to work with. working there was fun and rewarding.
just the lack of job security