Research Associate (Former Employee), Islamabad – July 31, 2014
My work experience at Ministry of Finance contain mixed opinions since i worked there in three different departments/wings which altogether were different from each of the department. However the work ethics were completely different from the private sector and working timings were somewhat very relaxed. But due to my versatile work activities there, – more... i learnt a lot in how the public sector operates and how the day-to-day matters are taken by the government. So all in all, it was all very useful – less
Productive and fun workplace with flexible schedule
Software Architect (Current Employee), Prishtine, Kosovo – May 2, 2014
Not necessarily I start job at 8 o'clock. In fact we start week in monday, at 10 o'clock we take sprint meeting, in the meeting I take new tasks from business team for whole week, we arrange any meeting if we need to discuss anything. During the week if I have anything unclear I discuss with business team. In the friday I make a periodically release. – more... We follow this cycle until we finish all tasks for current milestone. In another part, is testing team who test my job after I make release. My hardest part was to go in office in 8 o'clock, because many times I should stay late during the nights, but the most important thing for business team is to finish tasks, which is most enjoyable part for me. – less
Vice chief of Purchasing Department (Former Employee), Egypt Cairo – March 17, 2014
Vice chief of Purchasing Department in the Ministry of Finance where I was responsible for all purchasing procedures from direct purchase to organizing bidding and making contracts with the second party.
Acting Clerk II (Former Employee), Trinidad and tobago – February 11, 2014
Pros: free lunch is provided when i work through lunchtime .
Cons: suppliers bringing stocks just when its time to finish work.
Issuing of stationery to different departments by filling out requisition forms and receiving of stationery from suppliers. I have learnt a lot about=the different types of stationery that is needed by the ministry. I was able to manage my supplies so that it could be distributed to the various department to ensure satisfaction from staff. My co workers – more... were very helpful and understanding and made me very appreciated. Being able to please all staff members was the hardest part of my job but was done with a degree of success. Receiving stock from suppliers and restocking the shelves of the storeroom was the most enjoyable part of my job. – less
Systems Administrator (Former Employee), Accra Ghana – February 3, 2014
Pros: free car
check any alerts on my cell phone prior to start of day walk into data centre and check all servers, switches/routers, UPS are running check system logs learn a lot of new technologies there is always new systems being developed management support for IT was great i enjoyed my job as i helped support the ministry's activities especially communicating – more... within and outside users i have to be always on my toes – less
Director of Maintenance (Former Employee), Monrovia – February 2, 2014
Cons: frequent travel and staying long away from home
It was a stimulating work environment. Go to work by 9am and leave by 4pm. The management is very resourceful. There is a friendly team of workers. The job requires frequent travel to the country side. Being away from family for long periods.
End of year parties, bonuses, and birth day parties.
i maintain confidentiality and more on assessing the income tax and calculating employee tax withheld from remuneration emolument
job attarchment (Former Employee), Oshakati – December 13, 2013
Pros: staff menber leisure time at 1 oclock
Cons: when sorting files or withdrawing files
i was attached to registry ,income tax,employee tax, and value added departments.• Filling of file and document correspondence (Income Tax ,value Added Tax and Employee Tax) • Attending to outgoing and incoming postage /mail • Keeping confidential matter /document • Attending to incoming and outgoing calls • Making photocopies • Doing calculation of – more... VAT Assessment • Capturing of PAYER 5 tax certificates on system • Calculating of income tax assessments • Calculating Employee tax withheld from remuneration emolument – less
Assistant Human Resorce Manager/ Finance Officer (Former Employee), Mbabane – December 4, 2013
Pros: the evnironment was highly conjusive, work ethics, staff manners, management maners, j
Cons: some duties not intersesting since they are very low demading and highy beareactratic
The Ministry of Finance was a very good working environment I have never come across in that the work ethics are high and the staff generally adheres to it. In summary its not normal for the ministry's staff to be followed about on their daily duties unless they are not sure of their duties for the day. Of course there will always be those that deviate – more... from the norm. A typical daily work included, receiving reports from junior staff, receiving work from my supervisors, coordinating and collecting the information to be included in the Performance and Targets Reports, writing the reports, Reviewing staff files and other duties as they are given but related to the job – less