Stories of the unsung heroes in maintenance who support and sustain our world.

Meet Samantha Fee, Account Manager at Super Heroes Australia

Melbourne, Australia

Samantha Fee didn’t set out to be in the maintenance field – she fell into it after starting her career with Super Heroes Australia (SHA). SHA is passionate about giving business’ back valuable time lost from a disorganized maintenance program, in order to give companies back more face-time with their customers. Outside of work, Samantha is an avid reader and gamer!

Samantha Fee, thank you for everything you do! You help so many people and companies in your role as Manager of Super Heroes Australia’s maintenance program.

How did you get started in maintenance?

I’m from Ireland, but I moved to Australia when I was 11. I’m currently studying a Diploma of Counseling and hope to be able to make a difference in people’s lives someday.

I started out with an internship with Super Heroes and was just managing their social media. At the end of the internship, I was hired! I still did the social media but from time to time I was asked to help out with the organisation of maintenance work. Fast forward to now and I currently manage all maintenance work in Australia and New Zealand.

It’s also important to me to help others, so providing a safe workplace is a great way to do that!

What is one of your proudest achievements?

Being trusted to handle all company maintenance. That was a big moment!

What is one thing you wish people knew about your job?

I wish people knew that it is challenging being the middle person. It involves a lot of communication, and all I can do is my best to get all the details that are needed!

Thank you Samantha!

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