Western Cape Government
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Enrolled nurse/Registered Nurse 2014 in GSH Capetown, Western Cape
on 8 June 2021
Fun and productive workplace
Dr'sSocialworkersDietitiansCpn'sEnrolled nursesAssistent nursesPhysiosGeneral workersHouse keepersIt's was a previlidge to be part of such a dynamic team. I had the previledge to sharpen and broaden my medical experiences as I gained valuable experience.
Administration Clerk (Intern) in Porterville Clinic Western Cape
on 26 November 2020
High quality service department working hand in hand with the community. It's productive and gives you the opportunity to never stop reaching out to your destiny. A huge responsibility goes and in hand with teamwork and respect for one another.
Intern in Cape Town, Western Cape
on 17 April 2020
PRODUCTIVE, Friendly workplace
A typical day would be to go through emails and then go to helpdesk to see which library sites that had network problems then we call them to make sure if their problems are fixed if they, we close the call and if not, we visit that site
Admin Clerk in Cape Town, Western Cape
on 2 April 2020
Prouctive and fun workplace
A typical day at Western Cape Government can be very challenging when you have many roles to play. Hardest part is when management become demanding, have learnt to grow in the company
CHIEF DIRECTOR in Cape Town South Africa
on 4 March 2020
High performance, professional environment
I enjoy the conceptual challenges and the diverse, complex issues that I'm faced with on a regular basis. I enjoy working with a group of like-minded professionals. The work culture is performance-focused and citizen-centric with a deep appreciation for the people who need to deliver the required services i.e. the employees. The most taxing part of the job relates to the deeply ingrained governance mindsets and systems which results in unnecessary red-tape at times. What I've learnt is the importance of shared vision to create cohesion and stimulate hope in the lives of employees.

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