"When this job in CHI came up, it sounded really interesting, and after interviewing I was certain that it was going to be a great fit, it even gave me the “warm and fuzzies”."
"When I started here, there was quite a culture shock as I went from a large multicultural corporate environment that was high-octane and aggressive, to an organisation that really values and appreciates their staff. You are not taken for granted, you’re not just a number.” —Interview with Liana Unger, Risk and Compliance Officer
“I have a vision for this place, to make it a nice and relaxing home” says new CHI Member
Lord Mayor of Dublin and Members living in East Wall welcome a Spaceman home
We moved in here in January after we got the keys. The team at CHI were really helpful. The key handover and so on went smoothly and it was a very easy process overall.
It’s really important to me to know that I have a team and a manager who will support me. Everyone on the team is different but we work together and learn from each other.
Living in our new home is myself my partner, Paul, two girls and two boys. Alicia is twenty-four on Friday, Cameron is twenty-two, Lynn is twenty-one and Charlie is thirteen. We got the keys of the new home on 16th March and we moved here on 17th March.
The thing I love about my job is that every day is different, every day brings a new challenge. I get to meet people from all different backgrounds. It is great to get to know the Members as well and build up relationships with them. It makes doing the work easier and it is easier for them to let workers into their house if they know you personally and feel comfortable.
I have family close by, my son is in town, I have sisters in Killowen and town. I couldn’t wait to get into our new home of course, because it’s so different, I couldn’t believe the brightness in it the day we met Jane here to see it.
Before we moved to Mill Heights, we were living in an apartment in Clonard. We were really happy there. We had been there just over two years, having moved in when I was pregnant. We spent the pandemic there.