My Journey at Omni
What do you enjoy most about your role at Omni?
I enjoy the responsibility within my role. In my previous role, I didn’t feel as part of a business as I had individual targets but within my role as Finance Assistant I feel an important responsibility that has the potential to effect the whole team and business. Every person plays a part.
What is the best thing about working for Omni?
The people! The environment! The best thing about working for Omni is the warm welcome and closeness you get when you walk into the office and see everyone’s faces talking about your weekend. There is a family feel at Omni and the environment stems from Senior Leadership.
Where did you work before Omni?
I worked at Carillion in the construction industry as an apprentice studying my NVQ level 2 Joinery, so this is my 2nd Apprenticeship program I have been on; and is far better than the previous. The recruitment process was simple as I applied through College and received a phone call within a few days to be interviewed. I currently study my level 3 AAT at Salford City College and enjoy the theory side of Finance as well as socialising with people on the same path as myself. I am assigned an assessor so I know exactly how I am progressing and where to improve and the program is well structured.
What exciting things do you get to work on at Omni?
I get to manage the purchase side of the business and everything we purchase I process on our accounting system. The most exciting time in work is contractor week, where all contractors send in their invoices and you come into work knowing you’re about to be inundated with invoices from different contractors and marry them up with no room for error.
Why do you enjoy working in Altrincham?
Altrincham is a great place to work as the people there are ambitious and have a plethora of experience which is something I aspire to have in the future. I enjoy going to work (even though it takes me over an hour and a half!) as I love the people and the banter you can have with your colleagues!