Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Midrand, Gauteng – 24 May 2018
Whilst at this company, I traveled to a lot of places within such a short of time. I was also able to launch various projects within the SADAC region.Unfortunately, their lead time was too long for the products I was managing and the access to energy campaign didn't really take off as it was expected.
Global company with qualitative products
Lack of support from local management when it comes to access to enegy
A typical day for me at SESA starts from 8am to 16:30. I work at a very busy environment, where I am between chasing deadlines, getting stock and running up and down between the stores and my desk. It can get very busy, but I love what I do.
I believe management is not what it should be and I am not please with it, but regardless I am obedient and do follow instructions well. The workplace culture is amazing, I am situated at the workshop and work with amazing workshop people that are hard workers and very friendly.
There are challenges that go with my job, that is what makes it interesting, and I honestly feel like I need new challenges. I enjoy everything that has to do with my job