Staff highlight: Steph Anindya

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Staff highlight: Steph Anindya

This week we caught up with Steph Anindya, our Gosnells Incubator’s Administration Assistant, about her journey and what it’s like being part of the Business Station team.

What’s your role at Business Station?

I’m the Administration Assistant at the Gosnells Incubator.

What led you to this?

I worked in a hotel for 6 years in Indonesia until I had to move to Australia in 2019. I wanted to have a specific skill set and accreditation that is acknowledged locally. I also wanted to change my career path and have an office job, so I studied Business Administration (Cert IV) at TAFE. After finishing my studies, I started to look for a job and found the vacancy for an administration assistant at Business Station, so I applied for the position, and here I am!

What’s your favourite part of your role?

I like organising things and building connections with people. I also enjoy having conversations with the tenants and guests.

What is key skill of yours in this role?

Communication and hospitality skills play an important role as I am also the Receptionist at our Gosnells Incubator. I always try to be approachable for everyone who seeks help and information. Other skills include technical ones such as designing spreadsheets and using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.

What do you like about working with your team?

My team is accommodating. They help me to learn new things, especially how the incubator works. During my first week, my manager Rebecca gave me a lot of information about the company in general — particularly the Gosnells Incubator which helped me to gain a better understanding of the business. I also enjoy working with Kasey here at reception, Anne-Kit at the Wanneroo incubator and the team in East Perth are also very supportive.

Career goals?

I want to gain as much experience as I can by building on my existing skills in customer service working in a business administration role.

Biggest challenge you’ve had to overcome professionally?

The biggest challenge I’ve had was when I had to deal with rude customers who refused to co-operate to find a solution.

What are you looking to achieve in the next 6 months?

I want to master administration work and be more skillful with Excel formulas.

Personally, I want to develop a better understanding of what’s around me without someone telling me, which will enable me to speak or act accordingly.

What are your passions/ hobbies outside of work?

I like singing, playing with my dog (Kelme, a golden retriever), spending time with family, playing the guitar, and painting. I’m not at the stage where I can do it professionally, but I practice often to try and improve. I also like travelling and visiting new places.

Stay tuned for the next staff highlight to learn more about the talented people who make up our team!

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