Gita Intends to Help Others by Joining ACT’s Medical Careline Service

After experiencing layoffs, the woman who is usually called Gita was looking for work for three months. She searched through social media and job search websites. She then found a vacancy at Aksi Cepat Tanggap as a dispatcher. Having experience as a nurse, she began her dedication.

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Gita tells about her work experience before joining Covid-19 Medical Careline Services ACT (ACTNews/Abdurrahman Rabbani)

ACTNews, JAKARTA – Gita Indah Septiani, a former assistant manager at a start-up company in South Jakarta, was laid off in January 2021. The company where Gita worked had to close as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

After experiencing layoffs, the woman who is usually called Gita was looking for work for three months. She searched through social media and job search websites. She then found a vacancy at Aksi Cepat Tanggap as a dispatcher. Having experience as a nurse, she began her dedication.

She applied as a dispatcher at ACT's Medical Careline Services (MCS). This is the most awaited job by Gita. Motivated by her strong desire to help others, she immediately accepted the offer as a dispatcher at MCS.

“I used to work in an advertising agency while waiting for a job call from ACT. Alhamdulillah, after a few weeks of waiting, I was accepted here,” she said with a happy face.

Gita is earned a degree in nursing at a private university in East Jakarta. She does not find it difficult when she has to do work according to her job description. At MCS, Gita's job is to serve patients who call the MCS, collect their data, and connect patients with doctors.

"I am happy working here. My friends and the doctors support me very well, Alhamdulillah," she said.

Gita did not forget to thank Allah for being allowed to join the most active humanitarian organization in Indonesia. She hopes that the experience she has will be able to contribute more to ACT.[]