Administrative Professionals Day: Jon Allard

April 21, 2021

As part of our celebration of Administrative Professionals Day, ICT Business and Project Lead, Jon Allard, shares what he loves about his role working within the Trust: ‘I love that every day is changing, filled with opportunities along with multiple problem-solving’.

Having worked with the Trust for 3 years, Jon recently completed a further Diploma and is happy with the progression he has experienced in his time working at GHC. In addition to this, Jon thoroughly enjoys working with colleagues across GHC and the wider Integrated Care System across Gloucestershire.

Reflecting on the Trust as an organisation, Jon added: ‘I really like the GHC values and what they stand for. I always like to promote professional development to staff members and the patients we serve in the community’.

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