Pros: had the privilege of using the facilities, attended seminars, had my first aid training and swimming classes, free lunch, coffee and snacks.
Cons: the wage was lower than what i worked for and short breaks
Everyday of my work was every bit of fun. Working with one of the world's INGO was a something I wished for and in the end it came to pass. I learned a lot while working with the British Red Cross, I learned basics of Administrative works, Learned First Aid treatment and Rapid response to a disaster, how to get prepared for a future disaster.
The management – more... was pretty awesome. I had a good rapour with my managers and supervisors. They were all Amazing leaders and very understandable. My co-workers were great team members. Good to work with and they were reliable. My hardest part of the job was getting short break, working under horrendous weather.
My most enjoyable part of the job was being a philanthropist. Having that mind to work with clients with the need arises, answering phone calls and dealing with clients request. Attended several trainings and seminars they were all eye openers to me during my stay at the British Red Cross. – less