Having worked at Radar Hill for over 16 years now, I’ve had a front row seat watching the company grow and develop, and I’m still just as excited to come into work every morning. In all that time, the most rewarding part of my job has always involved people, whether it’s working closely with the other staff members, or liaising with clients in order to make sure their needs are met.
I’ve been working at Radar Hill for over a year and a half now as an administrative assistant, and I’m very excited to share with you a little insight into what my experience has been, and why coming here every day brings me genuine joy.
Caitlin at 7, in their first office
I, Caitlin O’Hara, started working at Radar Hill officially in May 2016. I had of course been around it nearly my entire life as it began when I was 7 years old. In 2001 Dan Lundgren, Roger Whitson, and my dad Shawn O’Hara merged their respective 2 companies together to create Radar Hill Technology Inc., a business that would focus on making custom websites in Victoria. Previous to this my dad had been working from home in the downstairs office, the stereotype of the emerging IT guy. However, not being content with fulfilling this stereotype of basement-dwelling web people, they decided to rent out a proper office.
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Have you ever sent in your resume to an employer and thought, “this doesn’t represent me in the best way. If only they knew me they’d hire me. If only I could put myself across, instead of only having this cold, dry resume.” Well, at Radar Hill we really try to get to know our applicants, by conducting group interviews. Why do we do that? Let’s use an example from a recent hiring we did for an administrative assistant.