Work for Perfect – From Drop Saw to teaching the Bible
Introduction: We had the pleasure of interviewing Richard the other day, Richard has worked for Perfect for a little over 3 years and I got to ask him a few questions about what it’s like to work for Perfect.
Hello Richard, thank you for taking the time and agreeing to do this interview with us.
Can you give me a bit of background on what you were doing before you joined Perfect?
“Well before I joined Perfect I don’t know. I was running amuck really and Perfect gave me a job when I was in dire need of one. So I started out just Labouring for them, and now I have finished carpentry in TAFE and I just have to get my Licence.”
How long have you been working for Perfect?
“I have been working for Perfect for a little over 3 years.”
How do you find working for Perfect?
“I love working for Perfect things are always changing. Every day has a different challenge and I think that’s one of the great things about working for Perfect.
You meet new people every day and you’re in different work sites every day. You are always learning and growing and I like that.”
What would you advise future employees of Perfect?
“I think many perfect employees work hard and have a good work ethic. So all I did was pay attention and tried to learn.
There were a lot of opportunities for growth within the company and that certainly served me, so if you have the right attitude Perfect has been a great aid for me along the way.”
So I believe you are going on to be a minister?
“So at the end of January 2017, I will start working for my church as an apprentice minister learning to teach the bible.”
Why are you swapping Drop Saw for the Bible?
“The reason I am leaving Carpentry and choosing to work as an apprentice minister is to serve the Lord Jesus.
I want to help and teach people the bible as this work last forever whereas carpentry is finite.”
Well, thank you very much for taking the time to do this interview with me. It was very inspirational and everyone here at Perfect would like to wish you the best of luck in your new role as Minister.