Next up on our Pulse Gets Personal Series is our lovely Education Consultant, Taryn Allanson. She is a recent graduate who brings energy, enthusiasm, and an analytical approach to her work. Taryn goes the extra mile with her candidates to ensure they have a positive experience with Pulse Recruitment. Without further ado…
Tell us about your career path so far. I just graduated from Macquarie University with a Psychology degree and this is my first job in my career.
What inspires you to go to work every day? The fact I am working towards my future and of course the satisfaction of helping people.
What are your biggest career achievements? Because of the fact that I just started my career after working at Coles during my studies, I am not able to say I achieved something yet. But if we were to talk about sports, I could talk you through the marathon I did.
Full Name: Taryn Allanson
Occupation at Pulse Recruitment: Education Consultant
Length at Pulse Recruitment: 2 months
Siblings: My twin sister Alex.
Pets: I own two dogs named Lucky and Chloe
How you spend your spare time: Watching TV, running, bushwalking, reading and spending time with friends and family.
Regularly playing on your Spotify: Taylor Swift
Breakfast meal of choice before the workday: Rye sourdough toast with Vegemite and butter.
Dream travel destination (or favourite place you’ve been): The Northern Lights in Canada.
Currently Reading: A long way home by Katie McGarry
Favourite film: Just go with it.
Pick your poison: Seafood.
What three things can you not live without? Food, water and air.
Who’s your idol (and why?): The Kardashians. They have a sense of loyalty to friends and family that I admire. I also love their drive and the way they inspire people. Plus, it’s great trashy TV.
Do you have any hidden talents? I can eat an entire large chocolate Easter bunny under a minute.
What makes you the happiest? Watching Friends in my pyjamas on my couch.
Name one cool thing on your bucket list: Travelling to Antarctica
What do you want to be when you grow up? HAPPY
Best piece of advice you’ve ever heard (or been given): Think of the worst that can happen and then realise it’s not so bad.
Mountains or beach? Beach
Country or city? City
Dogs, Cats or Reptiles? Dogs
Winter, Spring, Summer or Autumn? Spring
If you’re interested to learn more about our training solutions, feel free to drop Taryn a line!
Until next time…