What's your job about?
What's your background?
I grew up in Shanghai. I came to Sydney as an international student after graduating from high school. I have some backgrounds relevant to this role, including Accounting, Finance, and Big Data. I have been doing my job for one and a half months.
When I was a child, my parents got divorced. This shadow was always with me as a teenager, who was painfully not able to accept her true self. However, this did not last forever. After graduating from high school, I left the place flooded with the memories of happiness and tears to start a new life, where I did meet lots of kind and intelligent people who enlightened me to find more meaningful things in life. By devoting to society, I felt a strong sense of fulfilment and deep happiness because I started to love myself and believe I am a valuable person through contributions to this world. This is one of the reasons why I am passionate about consulting, which solidifies my belief that I am no longer the little girl passively waiting for miracles to appear in her world but instead a young and strong adult capable of manifesting love in life and bravely achieving her dreams and goals.
Could someone with a different background do your job?
Yes. People with different backgrounds can bring diversified skills to the project and helps the entire team more effectively solve problems. My colleagues are from engineering, business analytics, finance, accounting, consulting, etc. The team needs people with diversified skills to create more innovative solutions for clients.
What's the coolest thing about your job?
The thing I love most about my job is that I am learning new things every day. When achieving significant progress in our team performance, I know that all efforts we make are worthy.
What are the limitations of your job?
As a risk consultant, I am responsible for my client to ensure it complies with laws and regulations while operating effectively at the same time. I have not found a big limitation in my job so far. I do encounter some problems sometimes, but they will always be resolved after effective communication with clients or with the help of my managers and colleagues.
3 pieces of advice for yourself when you were a student: