An organised and supportive workplace
The day would begin by gathering requirements concerning analysis for a user. Then using various tools, information would be extracted and using your knowledge we would isolate trend and report on findings. Liaising with the user on findings is essential since they would know the inner working and what ti expect. Finally, an end product which communicates your findings is necessary.
How to communicate effectively, asking the right questions and being curious are the keys things I personally, have learned.
Upper management was effective with their communication; ensuring the team understands expectations, priorities, and means of progression.
Co-workers were supportive and always enthusiastic.
The hardest part of the role was not being able to be part of every project or initiative. Being the type of person who constantly looks to engage and develop, this was especially hard since there is always work happening.
The most enjoyable part of the job would be the communication and analysis. I was able to be curious, learn the system, how it worked, engage with many hospital staff members - both clinical and nonclinical.
Lunches, ability to work with many staff