Hello! My Name Is Amy.
Hello! My name is Amy. I’ve been with CU for almost three years working in facilities services/custodial.
CU: What do you do in your position?
Amy: I am responsible for keeping the Training Center clean and presentable for my co-workers and guests. I assist those that have made reservations for meetings/events, in the Training Center Classroom and Auditorium. I ensure their meeting rooms are set up and ready as requested. I assist with outside catering when necessary. I also assist as needed in the mail room and with needs in the main building.
CU: What’s your favorite thing you do?
Amy: I like the interaction with my co-workers and making sure their needs are met timely and to the best of my ability. I really enjoy being able to help with our meetings/events that CU hosts for their employees. Halloween Hustle, Taste of the World, Wellness events, etc. My position allows me to be able to help set up these types of events and make sure things run smoothly for the event coordinators and those attending.
CU: Why do you like working for us?
Amy: The position I hold requires a lot of mobility and flexibility. It also has given me the opportunity to see how other areas of the Utility operate. It has been a great experience for me. I very much appreciate the stability that CU provides for their employees and also the respect I have been shown in my position.
CU: Why should someone want to apply to work in your department?
Amy: We have a great team! It doesn’t get any better than that!
CU: What do you do outside of work for fun?
Amy: I am a very active member of the Elks Lodge, #409. We are a charity based group that provides assistance to many people on the Local, State and National levels. Locally we support the Developmental Center of the Ozarks (DCO), provide food boxes for around 200 families in Greene County at Christmas, provide hands on assistance for the MO Veterans Home in Mt. Vernon… and the list goes on. We have a Lodge supported Boy Scout Troop as well. Our State and National charities vary but, includes a wide variety of High School to College scholarships through our Elks National Foundation and Drug Awareness Programs. I also do animal rescue/placement when possible…and once in a while I just sit in my chair.
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