5 minutes with...the MSH Administrator
We've decided to be sociable and branched out slightly to introduce a colleague in the wonderful Manchester Student Homes (MSH).
MSH are a free University run housing service for students and they are lovely people. They are the source of all wisdom regarding private student housing in Manchester so don't be a stranger when you're looking into your private housing options or want any advice!
Name, role and how long you’ve worked at MSH:
Penny Chan – Administrator
Since September 2014
Favourite part of the job:
Running events such Accommodation Fairs and Rent Right themed events
Typical working day:
Sending emails, writing and rewriting communications, updating Private Hall adverts and answering calls.
What are you reading/watching/listening to at the moment:
Knitting whilst watching The Blacklist! (so good!)
You have to explain humanity to aliens using only three items, what do you show them:
- People shaking hands
- Different people standing together
If you could time travel, what era of time would you most like to live in:
Depends on what part of society I am in and in which country but most likely Ming Dynasty in China.
If you could be an animal what would you be and why:
Unicorn: because I like the idea that they have magical powers and so I can help people and animals in need.
What would your band name be:
Favourite thing about Manchester:
Big City with close proximity of the country
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