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Office AssistantJun 2012 - Jan 2013 (7 months)
During the summer and Christmas holidays, I worked long hours in a local insurance company. While at first I was unaccustomed to the field, I soon became knowledgeable. The job furthered my necessity to produce work free of grammatical errors.
Bar AssistantOct 2011
During the time spent in Aberystwyth, I work very demanding hours several nights a week in a local nightclub. I feel it is essential to always give 100% to a job, and though I work through the night, under pressure and through discomfort, I enjoy the challenges that each shift brings.
Bar AssistantJun 2011 - Sep 2011 (3 months)
While I was staying in my home town during the summer of 2011, I worked full-time at a local bar/restaurant. Not only did I enjoy the organisational opportunities such as dealing with stock deliveries and maintaining impeccable hygiene, but I also relished the chances to serve a variety of people with the utmost courtesy and efficiency. I found that I work well under pressure, which I am confident will prove to be a worthy attribute in my future career.
Advertising AssistantJul 2010
I admire those who create opportunities for themselves, which is why I give my knowledge of social networking and creative advertising to aid my stepfather with the photography business that he founded.
Playgroup AssistantJan 2008 - Feb 2008 (1 month)
For work experience, I volunteered to work with children up to 4 years old in a local playgroup. I learnt a huge amount from these 2 weeks: the correct ways to address- and speak with- children; the importance of spontaneity and fun in keeping the children's attention while educating them; and also how to successfully abide by the rules and boundaries set for the required education level.