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Joris - E-publisher

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When did you start working for Harvey Nash?
They have contacted me in their search for talent several times, and thanks to them I was able to start working at Promixus in the summer of 2014.

Why did you choose to work for Harvey Nash? 
They have a very professional but down-to-earth attitude about their work. They don't treat you as a random person for a random job. They understand how in today's society it ain't easy to get a decent job, and they do their very best to help you out.

Describe Harvey Nash in 3 words.
Serious yet fun.

What do you enjoy most about working for Harvey Nash?
That what they offer isn't just anything. Their clients are big players in the business, and Harvey Nash gives you the chance to work with them.

Would you recommend Harvey Nash to family and friends?
Without question.

How would you describe the atmosphere at Harvey Nash?
Alive! They are not dull or anything, they make the work fun, which in my mind is the best way to do a good job.

What is your current role?
 E-publisher.

What does a typical day involve for you?

  • Reviewing webpages
  • Updating archives
  • Consulting briefers
  • Adding new content to webpages
  • Resolving code issues
  • Aiding co-workers with small tasks

    What is the most unusual skill you have acquired so far?
    To keep track of who is doing what.

    What has been your biggest challenge so far?
    deadline for the all-new Proximus website, and we nailed it!

    How is the contact with your Recruiter / Account Manager?
    Excellent, you can contact them at any time for anything and they are always ready to help.

    What are your favourite websites?
    http://www.webdesignerdepot.com to stay up-to-date with webdesign in today's world and http://theoatmeal.com because silly stuff makes me laugh and I believe that laughter is the most important thing in the world, yes even more then ice cream!

    What was your childhood dream job?
    Drawing comics...that dream hasn't died though.

  • Posted on October 24, 2014 3:15 PM |