With the assessment days currently under way I thought it would be practical to offer some 'tips' to those who are yet to attend. Here's a short blog with some words of advice from some of the current trainees ... “Try to enjoy the experience. Try to keep in mind that there is more than … Continue reading A few words of advice
It's been a busy year so far whilst still working from home. I'm still based with the Learning Disabilities team and I feel as if I'm getting my teeth in to the work of the department now which in turn is making the finance element of things easier. I am also getting to know more … Continue reading Update
2020 has been an interesting year to say the least. Since about 9 months now the process of working from home continues and like many other changes it has its pro's and con's. I save the 2 hours a day in the car, which means I can take the little one to school in the … Continue reading 2020202020
There’s more to this scheme than being in the office and politics, I promise you. Since the last blog I have been co-working closely with Meilir and Emily in order to prepare for a day at the Eisteddfod. What for, I hear you ask? Why would anyone from the Finance Department go to … Continue reading A trip to the Eisteddfod.
Because the political side of the Council has such an influence on day to day work and the provisions for the People of Gwynedd I thought it would be appropriate to introduce a little bit about the lesson’s I’ve had in the first few months, side by side with the work I’ve completed in the … Continue reading What About Politics?
Well, nearly five weeks have gone by and it’s nice to say that I’m well and truly settled... Where on earth did the time go? It’s been hectic from the first week, all the way through to today... Meeting dozens of kind workers from various departments whilst settling in to life in the accounting department, … Continue reading Where Have The Weeks Gone???