Learning Systems Administrator, 6 months contract (Current Employee) – Singapore – July 24, 2017
JD is not a good description as to what was done. Not much of what's being described in JD's being assigned.
Asked for more jobs but none was given. If you want to earn free money, come join. There's no satisfaction to the job at all. Started with "fire" wanting to contribute but as time goes by, the "fire" within died partly because most of the colleagues fend for themselves instead of working as a team.
Flexible work hours to choose from.
Got to work till the specific time given before you can knock off. Slow paced.
In my opinion, all working environment and culture is created by the people. As long everyone maintain a positive attitude and willingness to learn, the team is strong and bonded to overcome all challenges. So far in my career journey, I have been blessed with supportive boss and good team players. Everyday is learning and sharing. The higher the level, the bigger is the team, the more contribution is committed. Everyone do our part, everyone feels motivated to come to work.
Learning exposure and opportunities for career advancement
Associate, Career Development Centre (Former Employee) – Somapah Road – August 1, 2016
Spent 3 years working at SUTD and I must say I have learnt alot from this start up university. Taking over the temporary building at ITE Dover to the current campus at Somapah Road, I have seen the university grow from its humble beginnings to where it is now. Being in the education industry where you meet and engage with students on a daily basis, can be fun and exciting. You can expect to be involve in several events,at least for me, working in the Career Development Centre.
Organizing Career Fairs and seminars has been a great experience and I learnt skills such as time management, organisation and to multi-task.
Laidback working environment, colleagues are like family, good work life balance, benefits.