Student Advisor/Coordinator, New Zealand (Former Employee) – Auckland – 27 February 2018
Excellent part-time work for a tertiary student. Helped to integrate into working life. Range of job duties and lots of training provided. Worked with lots of different age and ethnic groups. Very culture focused.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Manukau City, Auckland – 25 September 2017
It's a very nice place to work. The organization culture and the environment is perfect to grow and develop skills. Not only for staffs but also for students. Although great it wasnt free from dynasty seeker and ruin what AUT is about. Overall the University still my prefer employer because of its culture and fun environment.
IT Support (Current Employee) – Auckland, Auckland – 30 March 2017
Auckland University of technology has been a major breakthrough in my life. It has been a stiff learning curve as I have been familiarised with many aspects of an IT industry. Not only I have done masters from this university which allowed me to gain a good knowledge in the domain but also has provided me with multiple job opportunities. These opportunities have given me an insight of how the student should be groomed into an industrial professional. It is apparent that because of an excellent management the workplace culture is a treat when it comes to ticking the box for the job satisfaction. The most enjoyable part is my current job with AUT as an ICT lab Assistant. Here I get to shine my two edge sword comprising of both Technical background and improvising on my communication skills.
PERSONAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Auckland CBD, Auckland – 15 March 2016
This was a school project which involved us school kids to get in touch with the real world and create a product and sell it to real life business or people. Good experience of learning how to run a company.
Meet new people, Learn alot outside of school
Long hours, Used most of school time on the one subject
soldering Supervisor (Former Employee) – Auckland – 9 February 2016
I help some students in the Lab room with soldering, I really enjoy doing fine soldering and I think I deserve the best quality for soldering PCB board. The designing apart for PCB board was perfect and soldering was amazing for my specialized project. Feedback was very good from my supervisor. I just love electronics with all the little parts sit on the board will make me happy.
This has been a rewarding job in many ways; I work with very hands on people. They are not like normal academics even though many of them hold PhD's.
School Secretary (Current Employee) – Auckland NZ – 12 November 2015
This has been a rewarding job in many ways; I work with very hands on people. They are not like normal academics even though many of them hold PhD's. I have been here for such a long time it is like my other family. I work with over 128 people in this School. I can and do many jobs and am adept at learning new skills or even how to operate new office equipment. If there is something I don't know I will easily find out and the staff expect that of me.
My interaction with students is also something I enjoy. The company as a place to work is good. I rate this place and it is because I hold them in such high esteem that I have remained here for 16 years.
It is a vibrant and happening place with young people as well as older people around.
If you are not a strong person you can be used to do things that are not really your job.
The preparation for some of the papers helped me to grow the skills that I had. This opportunity also helped me with class management, and how to cooperate with students and lecturer. In general I am happy to teach at AUT.