Not sure what you are asking here? Like mostly what I did & what I accomplished.
Customer Service Administrator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 August 2013
Worked with many systems. Excel, word, or whatever client was currently working with. Preparing, printing reports. Sending them out thru email, mail & whatever customer requested. Invoicing; preparing & sending invoicing out manually & Physically. Helping with clients requests by phone, emails, etc. Helping clients with ANY requests needed. Updating & keeping client info up to date. Doing each & every task required as per client.
Satisfaction for a job well done. Other than that, only client recognition.
Scientist (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 11 April 2018
I recommend this place if you're right out of school and need to get some experience. Working with the right people in the right department, you can learn quite a lot to get your career going. After being here for a while though you hit roadblocks to career advancement and certain levels of management can be extremely uncooperative and disorganized.
Fun co-workers, benefits are decent, can learn quite a lot of Chemistry
Pay is relatively low, management is disorganized, higher level positions have horrible work-life balance for what they pay
Laboratory Analyst 2 & Team Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 30 March 2018
Good place to work, but be expected to work non stop for the whole time you are there. The wage for contract staff are low but somewhat better when you become full time. Still this is not a place to build a career, only for experience.