In this role I was part of a team that were hired to deal with the ongoing oil industry crisis. I was required to offer legal advice to offshore workers and communicate their needs back to union officials. This job was fast paced and required high attention to detail due to the critical nature of the situation.
This role was based on an as and when basis. Through this role I was able to work various festivals and I feel I increased my ability to be able to work under pressure.
The role required me to communicate with alumni of the university. I developed skills in interacting with individuals of all ages, offering information on any creative projects happening within the university. This role tested my knowledge of local creative and academic projects that were happening within Glasgow’s west end while simultaneously strengthening my communication and negotiation skills. Fundraising was central to this role.
This role was based entirely around my ability to think creatively. Publications would contact the press office with a brief and the team had the responsibility to make the publications’ ideas come to life. As a result of my role here, I was awarded with the customer care award, out of the 1,500 in-store employees, for having the most positive feedback in terms of customer service, via the online digital feedback platform.
I undertook three weeks of work experience at one of the most reputable corporate television companies in the United Kingdom. While working at Speakeasy, I performed general tasks such as communicating client needs with the Speakeasy team and using my skills in excel and word to produce a comprehensive and well organised client list.
Fashtag is a fashion vlog YouTube channel based in central London. I worked at Fashtag on an as and when basis and carried out a multitude of tasks. For the most part, I was required to communicate with the general public in a fun and informative way, as well as handling social media. Developing the channel and brand was central to my role.
Film and TV