A day as a housekeeper
You start work at 9am, meeting with senior nurses and support services personnel at your local NHS hospital to discuss the running of the wards. You talk about national governments standards of hygiene, and decide your current ward-cleaning regime is working very well.
After the meeting, you check clean bed sheets have arrived and ensure they're stored in the right place. Then, you look over your list of maintenance issues, and check each one has been dealt with. Later, you're informed by a member of the cleaning staff that new cleaning equipment is needed, and order new supplies.
Every day is different and fast-paced, and you love being a vital part of running the hospital.