BAF, Armed Security Specialist (Current Employee) – BAF airfield Afghanistan US Military Base – June 30, 2016
Every day starts with a management level review with our client, looking at the previous day's performance and issues, then looking ahead to challenges facing us today, such as resource issues, special requirements, etc. This review is then flowed down to our team on the shop floor so they also understand the expectation for the day ahead, and we value their input in planning how we will address the day's challenges. After that each day is different. A lot of time is spent reviewing the effectiveness of our quality systems and processes as we strive to continually improve our productivity and quality, there are HR issues to manage, business planning, resource and capacity planning, reviewing status of projects we're running, training, and whenever we have quality issues I'm part of problem solving teams to get to the root cause and introduce improvements.
Short Term Disability Case Manager (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – May 23, 2016
The Reed Group purchased our line of business from the employer I was working for as of January 2015 and the transition to The Reed Group has been a challenge. I am currently adjusting to the changes that we are now facing.
Exam Invigilator (Current Employee) – London – May 9, 2016
I enjoy working for this agency because the consultants are understanding about what I am capable of in regards to jobs and can contact them easily if there are any problems.
My current job as an exam invigilator involves working in secondary schools to assist with exam preparations such as organising seating plans, handing out and collecting papers from students and making sure strict procedures are being followed correctly.
The people that I work with are friendly and we all work together to ensure the time spent at the school goes smoothly.
Suitable working hours depending on exam and school, respectable staff
Receptionist/Administrator (Current Employee) – London, ENG – January 31, 2016
Loved working with a number of different organisations but was difficult working with Reed Global and arranging hours that worked with my schedule. I often found that a number of different staff would ask my availability in one day to make sure it went on record for the whole office.
SEN Teaching Assistant (supply) (Current Employee) – Bristol, ENG – January 25, 2016
Working in a wide range of educational environments; Adapting quickly to the environment; Building rapport with colleagues and pupils quickly; Understanding different Key Skill levels and the outcomes and expectations; Following and understanding IEP's; Ability to summarise written and oral communication quickly to ensure smooth running of the classroom; Identifying when SEN pupils may be going off baseline quickly and being able to calm the situation effectively; Good time-management.
care assistant (Former Employee) – Edinburgh, SCT – September 26, 2015
my co workers were all easy to get along with, friendly and helpful. the most enjoyable part of my job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.there was some variety in what i did each day as i used to go to different care homes in fife.
Document Controller (Former Employee) – Staines, ENG – September 18, 2015
The managers were friendly, there was a lot of work to do but the manager didn't mind us taking quietly. The break room was small, it had no windows. The place overall was good. The hardest part of the job has to be standing up. We were not allowed to sit down.
Reconciliation Analyst (Current Employee) – Reed, ENG – September 16, 2015
I’ve been employed by reeds on two occasions now; they are very helpful and professional. Excellent customer service and really friendly. I would recommend them to other people and I would use they service again.