Pride of Workmanship award for Rayleen
Published on 19 October, 2012
Rayleen Graves was honoured by her workmates at the recent Sunrise Rotary Pride of Workmanship awards in Emerald.
Rayleen has worked at the Emerald Learning Centre for the past seven years as an Administration Officer within the Faculty of Arts, Business Informatics and Education.
Pride of Workmanship is the sense of responsibility to 'Do a job once and to do it well'. Rotary believes Pride of Workmanship is one of the greatest intangible assets in our society and business.
The awards night is an annual event and employers are encouraged to nominate an employee who they believe excels in the workplace. There were seven award recipients from a range of businesses.
CQUniversity Emerald Operations and Project Manager, Gai Sypher nominated Rayleen because of her commitment and loyalty to the University. Ms Sypher described Rayleen as the super glue that holds the Emerald Learning Centre together.