I’ve been at QA for about 3 months now, and the learning and great vibes keep coming. I only uploaded the week 6 blog a few weeks ago, because I haven’t had the time to write since getting back to university.
Variety was the spice of my sixth week at Q Advertising, because I got to do a bit of everything and had a bunch of great new experiences; such as, a pitch, looking at Roy Morgan research and the company’s monthly lunch. My days have moved from Monday and Tuesday to Thursday and Friday for the time being.
My fifth week at Q Advertising and I can feel my independence growing around the office. My workday started with Sharon teaching me more about how to check and complete media confirms. I had started with the basics last week with Michelle. This will allow me to do more around QA, which is my goal.
Week 4 at Q Advertising and I’m still having blast, learning heaps and getting to connect more with my co-workers.
The work day started with me arriving a little early, with Sarah and Michelle close behind.
It’s my third week at Q Advertising and I’m really feeling like a member of the team. My work day started with the team having a meeting with Caleb Harriot, Caleb spelt the boring way, from Go Transit.
My second week at Q Advertising included my first day at work, and my second day interning. Both days provided fantastic real word experiences, such as media scheduling, internal meetings and meetings with media representatives.
My first week of interning at Q Advertising was a great start to my career! I began this internship after receiving the Q Advertising bursary through my university – USC.When I received the bursary, Peppi Bueti, QA’s director of Public Relations, suggested I should come and meet the QA team and gain some work experience.
Trevor was born in his father’s home town of Colac in regional Victoria and like so many country towns, football was a way of life.
His father played for Geelong in VFL back in the 1950s and narrowly missed out on playing in a premiership team while his mother was also a very keen tennis player. The family moved from Colac to Swan Hill after Trevor was born, which is where Trevor’s football career began. He started playing when he was 6 years old for Swan Hill juniors St Mary’s School Team and then progressed on to Swan Hill under 17s before playing in the senior team.
Many of you will already know Roger, and with great reason. Roger has a very clear vision for the business and encourages everyone in our office to strive for excellence, with integrity and precision. He is respected by his team and within the industry and it’s fair to say that his professionalism and loyalty has filtered through to all of us.
Roger has had an extensive career in the media industry, but what some may not know is he also had a long and successful career playing professional AFL for his beloved Port Adelaide.
Check out this beautiful new TV commercial produced by our QA Auto team for our client Crick Auto Group.
From Caloundra North to Noosa and out to Nambour, Cricks have been part of the Sunshine Coast for over 20 years.