Senior Customer Service Officer (Former Employee), Otaki, N – July 9, 2014
Pros: enjoyable environment
Cons: not applicable.
I was in sole charge of running the office and maintaining it. I was there to meet and greet all staff and visitors daily, loved doing this, was allowed to show my bubbly personality. Learnt that when there is trust and confidentiality between all staff it is a wonderful place to work. Hardest part of this job was actually leaving it. Most enjoyable – more... was building the trust and confidentiality between all. – less
I was teaching Mathematics and Commerce. My day included teaching, planning and marking books. The hardest part of the job was when I was given the slow learners and had to devise ways of ensuring that the pupils grasped what I taught them.
Relief Teacher (Former Employee), Zimbabwe – June 2, 2014
Pros: personnel skills developed, communication skills updated
Cons: short term contract
It was generally fun working with children.I am very passionate about little minds and was thrilled to have had the opportunity to contribute immensely to their educational and and personal development.
I got along well with my co-workers to the extent that they were sad when i had to leave after the expiry of my contract.
The hardest part of the – more... job was dealing with impatient students but i took it in my stride as i saw that it was a challenge and i am not someone who runs away from challenges. – less
Filling, Data entry, (Current Employee), browns town st.ann – May 1, 2014
My job help me to help my co-worker to get ready for the wold of work it help me to show them that doing there job aloud them to feel good about there self. The hardest part of my job is dealing with the worker when there pay was send to them late. the most enjoyable part is getting along with my co-workers even day.
not realy I come from a backround where I had to work very hard to get ahead in live so I am not much into the luxuries at work place
Clerk (Former Employee), Windhoek – April 30, 2014
the hardest part of the job was alot of physical strenght was needed to remove around 50kg boxes and baga from the train container into the warehouse.even though it was the job of the labourers at 6 feet 2 I i came in handy since alot of labourers where female due to the the Goverment affirmative plan and woman empowerment policy.My abilty to smoothly – more... control a Forklift also came in as a huge bonus – less
Culture and Language Assistant (Current Employee), Huelva, AN – March 31, 2014
Pros: full immersion in a foreign language
Cons: minimal hours
A typical day included about 4 to 7 hours of class including prep time. I arrived at my high school ready to give lessons to students goes 12 to 17, and ages 4 to 9 for private lessons outside of school.
I leaned how to manage a classroom with students who were eager to learn and some who had no desire to learn anything which proved to be difficult – more... at times, but with time, it became more manageable.
I reported to my bilingual coordinator and the teachers of the various subjects in the bilingual program. We coordinated individual class as well as lessons that overlapped multiple subjects. My coworkers consisted of biology, history, English, physical education, and music teachers. I worked with them to create activities and also help to improve their understanding of English.
The most difficult part of my job as an Auxiliary was having to motivate students every day; while most activities targeted oral communication, not all of there were "fun", which would not motivate students to participate.
The most enjoyable part of being Auxiliary is the opportunity to experience life, its intricacies, while in another country. I have the invaluable knowledge of how education works, both as a former student in the USA and as an educator in Spain. Everyday is a mini adventure. Everyday is another lesson. – less
My first day, I was a bit nervous. Everyone around me was new and all eyes were on me. I learnt that a workplace is like a society where you find almost all characters and of different academic and social background who treats you in different ways. Also learnt that what we do everyday can build or destroy a life, In the design field is either a profit – more... or loss so I had to do it to my best. My co-workers were supportive and inquisitive. The hardest part was to embrace everyone on board(stakeholders) and to know who to approach for things I needed. most enjoyable part was to see learners pass and to see designed projects working and seeing clients satisfied with offered services – less