10 Evans Close
0161 434 9115
Mobile 07850 308958 Email email@example.com
Date of birth
18 June 1997
Marital status Single – no children
I am reliable, punctual, self motivated and enthusiastic, with a strong work ethic and positive attitude. I have a good sense of humour, love working in a team, but I also work confidently and effectively on my own. I am patient with the ability to be firm when necessary. I really enjoy working in a busy environment and aspire to work in education and with young children (eventually specialising in working with disadvantaged children). I have good communication and ‘people’ skills. I am flexible and enjoy learning new skills and have enjoyed working in different environments. This has given me so much experience. I would welcome the opportunity to further my education/training to ensure I can do any job to the best of my ability.
The Heatons Animal Rescue Group, Cat Sanctuary - July 2014 to date Volunteer helping in the sanctuary.
BW3 (Business Working with Wythenshawe) - May 2014
Volunteer Organiser. Organising networking events for a charitable organisation that brings together businesses to do work in the community. Setting up event, meeting delegates, compiling information on attendees, making sure delegates are looked after at the event.
Babysitter - January 2012 to date
I babysit for neighbours and friends, giving them the opportunity to socialise and attend events. This has taught me how to organise a diary, network and learn a little about running a business.
Prem Dam School India - February 2014 Volunteer
I was given an amazing opportunity from college to fly to India to take part in a volunteer project helping in Catholic schools and orphanages in Mumbai. This was a life changing opportunity. We attended different schools. The first was a girls orphanage with ages ranging from 6 – 16 years. We played a few simple games with them, sang songs and then worked with them to produce a presentation on Nelson Mandela and freedom. They made posters inspired by the presentation. This gave me a chance to hear some of the girls life stories, and how coming to the boarding school was a way out of the slums for them for a while, like a long holiday. The second school was similar, but girls and boys aged 5 years old. On our final day with the charity, we reached our hardest challenge, looking after 200, 5 year olds. We decided to do lots of arts and crafts, bracelet making, painting and mask making along with sports such as cricket and football. We hope we made a difference to them, they certainly made a difference to me. Zoom Play Centre Stockport - June 2012 to June 2014
Party Host/Waitress Whilst working at Zoom, I have had many roles. My main role is a Party Host for young children. This involves serving them food and drink, as well as organising different games for them. My other roles include working on the till, serving drinks and confectionary. Taking food orders, waiting on tables, and cleaning the equipment, café and party area.
St Michaels Primary School – Work Experience - July 2012 Teaching Assistant While I was in year 11, I was offered the opportunity do my work experience in a primary school. I learned to control different situations, planned lessons, interact with teachers and pupils, and was involved in organising trips out.
Miss Selfridge – The Trafford Centre – October 2014 – Present Whilst working at Miss Selfridge, I was responsible for working as part of a team to reach the stores sales and customer service targets. Some of the roles I contributed to included making sure that each and every customer was satisfied and has found everything they needed, offering expert knowledge and fashion advice, handling all customer responses and being able to deal with them in a calm and professional manner and ensuring that all...
References: RACHAEL VAUGHAN
10 EVANS CLOSE DIDSBURY
07850 308 958 firstname.lastname@example.org
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