I was in charge of the accounts department and had the huge responsibility of receiving payments and making receipts. We were given a log book for records purposes and at the end of each fortnight, we were required to tally the receipts with the cash received. I was a junior staff and was relatively new at the workplace. I was told by most of the staff that it was crucial to be in the good books of our supervisor who happened to be the senior accounts clerk as well. However, I had made some very disturbing observations during the initial first weeks at work and it put me in quite a dilemma.
With completing the third semester in practicum placement, I was able to benefit from a variety of new things from the class. The placement gave me the opportunity to refresh my memory and skills in what I have learnt two semesters ago. My biggest huddle for this semester was my time management. I am a procrastinator, so completing assignments on time was and still is a challenge for me. I have not come to a full solution to this problem yet, but I did make changes in my life as to how I can manage time management.
Throughout the four month internship programme I was faced with many challenges, but having started this internship with an open mind set, the desire to learn as much as possible and the willingness to give my all, I overcome those challenges fairly easy. However, even heading into the internship with such a positive attitude, there was definitely underlining fear of being in a new work environment and the fear of the inability to meet job expectations. At the beginning of the internship, I struggled with finding my way around the clinic, I was unfamiliar with where instruments and supplies were stored in the clinic. Therefore, I resorted to approaching the nurses or veterinarians who were free for help, also, I paid more attention to my surrounding and put in extra effort in remembering where different supplies were kept. When it came to learning how to
Over the course of this time, I have gained professional skills and expanded my programming knowledge far beyond what I could have imagined prior to beginning this journey. I was certain that my SAS skills was drastically increase, but I had no idea about what an office environment would do for my personal growth as a young professional. Although things haven’t come naturally from the beginning, the biggest lesson I have learned is the importance of patience, determination, and attention to detail. The first major lesson I had started with the interview. From my Business Week sessions, I knew the importance of dressing the part, arriving early, and being prepared to remain natural and comfortable throughout the process.
However, we were able to make a schedule, all members would submit their researched components to me, and I would make the briefing book. We agreed to submit all information by the Friday, 3 days before the first draft was due (on March 12), however realistically we all submitted our information by the Sunday morning. But ultimately, we were able to compile all the information relatively quickly. If I’m being honest, I wasn’t completely satisfied with the briefing book, some of the components were much
After entering the company, the manager told me that the person that came to interview had a lot of high level of computer ability and knowledge than me in fact. I am an option because of my personality. Because I can in a strange environment steadily able to endure patiently for two hours. The following is my internship in the
I took a time management course a few years ago in which I learned to prioritise multiple tasks under pressure on A, B or C lists. Based on those lists I additionally made daily to-do lists as well as defining weekly goals, which is something I also do during less stressful times. Every completed task gets checked off the list, which is pretty satisfying. By the time the vacancy was filled, I had successfully managed to keep my major tasks up to date with just a few extra hours at work, I passed my exam with a 2.3 grade and am now happy to train the new employee at the
I can upgrade my knowledge and experience by working hard as a team member with professional engineers and learn from their experience, attend activities in my fields by register in Saudi Council Engineers work hours between 8-10 hours. I prefer to work in non-research section. I have tow off day a week in my work. Discussion: There are a lot of factories and facilities they need electrical engineers based on statistics and studies which was done by specialists. On other hand, most of graduation electrical engineers students get them job immediately.
Later on, she introduced the Marketing Manager to me, stating that he is my supervisor. My supervisor introduced me to all of the staff in Marketing and Creative Department. My supervisor explained to me about the company rules and regulations and gave a brief introduction about the company. Then, he explained about the working hours of the company which is around 8.45pm to 5.45pm, Monday through Friday. Next, my supervisor explained
He visited him frequently to motivate and encourage the technician to return to work. At the same time, he negotiated for potential positions in other departments for the technician with help from human resource. However, after a few weeks, no department wanted to take the handicapped technician in. The manager then decided to carry out what no managers would usually do, reinvent and organized the technician’s current job