Chinenye Amadi - Case Study
Monday, November 2, 2015
Chinenye Amadi from Gorton in Manchester had worked as a Business Support Officer for Manchester City Council in the Safeguarding and Improvement Unit. Her responsibilities included management of databases, generation and analysis of reports, arranging meetings and conferences, and taking minutes at meetings.
However, because of her childcare responsibilities, Chinenye was unable to continue to work full time hours, so she had to leave the job. When she was ready to return to work, Chinenye contacted Aspire and registered for work.
Within a couple of weeks, Aspire called Chinenye in for an interview. She said: “When I came to Aspire, I saw Jamie and Lewis for an informal interview, where we discussed my CV in some depth and had a chat about various temporary admin roles. Following the meeting, I received a few calls from both Lewis and Jamie about positions. They gave me all the relevant information for the jobs I was going to be put forward for, such as timeframes and interview arrangements. I was submitted by Lewis for a temporary role at the University of Manchester, working at Salford Royal Hospital, where I secured my first position with Aspire. After that, I was placed in another temporary Admin Assistant position at the Mill.”
“I’m really happy to be in work with hours that suit me, I really appreciate the time that Lewis and Jamie gave me and how quickly I was placed in a role. I am pleased to be working in a great organisation, and am very grateful for the opportunity.”
“I have really enjoyed my experience with Aspire Recruitment. I feel that the service is high quality and that all my emails were responded to quickly, and the team were always happy to take phone calls. I was placed very quickly and I am looking forward to any future roles that they find for me.”