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Maintaining working culture very good
Sr Microstation Designer (UKCRC MEP) (Current Employee), Noida, UPApril 1, 2014
Pros: no
Cons: long hours with extract benifits
Maintaining working culture very good. Not much tension in work.
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Mission driven work environment
Quantity Surveyor/ Contracts Administrator (Former Employee), Durban, ZNJanuary 20, 2014
Pros: regular company social events
Cons: long hours
07H00: Preparation of meetings with clients and contractors are finalised. Maintenance reports are compiled and sent to managers.
08H00: Clients phone though the call centre and urgent requests are attended immediately.
09H30: Meeting with clients and contractors on site. Distributing Tender documents prepared. Inspections with clients on other projects.
13H00-13:30 – more... Lunch time
14H00: Report writing, estimating and preparation for next meetings and discussions.
15H00: Inspecting work completed by contractors and signing off payments.
16H30: Responding to emails from management and clients ( not urgent communication) – less
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Mechanical Engineer
Consulting Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee), London, UKJuly 24, 2013
Global infrastructure company working on some exciting and high profile projects.
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I look for a effective approach to training providing administrative and co-ordinating support for employees
Learning & Development Administrator (Current Employee), LeedsNovember 23, 2012
Pros: nice offices, easy access. work under my own initiative
Cons: long hours - working to two job descriptions
Answering email and telephone queries
Preparation for courses, managing invites, declines, updating system
Preparing and sending of evals and attendee lsit
Forum invites
Pre course work and all joining instructions
Room bookings and lunch
Admin support for graduates and Managment for training
Mangement of wating list and booking external training and – more... negotiating price with trainer
Maintenace of Intranet L&D and University section
Production of reports
H&S Personal Track Safety card management, booking D&A, Medicals and two/three day courses
Invoice processing
Management of L&D Library, DVDs, Books
Updating Employees training records (external courses) – less
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DESIGNER
ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN(STRUCTURES) (Current Employee), GAUTENGOctober 25, 2012
CURRENTLY I AM WORKING FOR WSP GROUP AS DESIGN TECHNICIAN, I HAVE LEARNED TO WORK AS A TEAM.WORKING, WORKING ABNORMALLY HOURS TO MEEET THE PROJECT DUE DATES,
THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART WITH THIS JOBS IS DESIGNING DIFFERENT SHAPE STRUCTURES AND WORKING WITH DIFFERENT CLIENTS WITH DIFFERENT ALTITTUDES.

THE HARDEST PART OF MY JOB IS WHEN YOU HAVE DESIGN – more... THE STRUCTURE AND FIND OUT THAT THE GROUND CONDITION ACCORDING TO THE REPORT OF GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER DOESN'T CORRESPOND AS RESULT YOU HAVE TO RE DESIGN THE STRUCTURE. – less