Recruitment Administrator. Once I returned from Australia, I started working for the NHS in Recruitment whilst searching for a graduate role. My responsibilities include: basic administration, being flexible in responding to the changing needs of the recruitment process. I have organized interviews, communicated changes in the process to NHS managers, collected private and confidential information on applicants, processed this information on successful applicants as well as writing contracts and working with procurement to ensure candidates had their equipment in advance of their first shift. In this role I also work to tight, daily deadlines which sometimes involve staying late in the office to ensure tasks are completed on time. I have also completed several reports on the effectiveness of changing recruitment processes, in terms of both timescales and satisfaction with services
· The main role in this internship was to organize Apple Day, an event for over 2500 people on the property. I booked infrastructure, health and safety, performers and stallholders. I also organized an improved route round the site with the site planer and worked with catering to ensure that they didn’t have the same overcrowding problems as previous years. I also started a new Christmas program at the property, provided general assistance to the manager and other members of staff on a daily basis. My manager’s feedback after Apple Day was that it was one of the least stressful of the annual events they had had in some time. Feedback from stallholders, acts, volunteers and guests was generally very positive. It is also important to note that I also worked evenings in a bar to pay for my expenses during the internship and begin saving to finance my travelling around Australia.