Personal autonomy but little support
Facilities Services Manager (Former Employee) – Reynoldsburg, OH – August 16, 2012
Work day: Travel to accounts, take client supply inventory, order supplies, speak to clients and assess services, take notes of building conditions, send notes to cleaning contractors, speak to contractors about performance, hire/fire contractors, product research, deliver supplies to clients, manage special projects, perform office paperwork, write sales quotations.
What I learned is that a I required more support staff assistant to perform my job effectively. My greatest skill I gained was client relationship building.
My coworkers were good people overall and I am still in contact with them, but sales people come at a high turnover.
The hardest part of my job was juggling my priorities.
The most enjoyable part of job was completing a special project that the client was pleased with the result.
somewhat flexible shedule
not enough support, no night manager