As a barman, the skills required include: a positive social manner, fast service, attentive and awareness of customers, good judgement, and enthusiasm which lasts until the early morning. The duties as a barman included: Cash handling on the till, customer interaction, collecting and cleaning glassware, cleaning table surfaces, restocking products, preparing drinks, producing cocktails, cleaning any spillages, and closing down the establishment.
As a field sales operative you are expected to knock upon doors in an allocated area and sell a specific product. The role worked on a commission based salary only, therefore, earnings are reliant on your own success. However, if you are extremely good at selling, being promoted is very attainable. The skills required to be successful in field sales include: The ability to read maps, enthusiasm, excellent people skills, adaptability, confidence, professionalism, and good fitness in order to walk 10+ miles a day. Mu duties included: Constant customer interaction, signing people up to the food service, referring people to apply for the Eagle Organisation, and reaching target averages.
I graduated with a 2:1, and my course modules included; managing creative people and processes, business planning, web design, production to retail, managing a music project, music law, as well as a 10,000 word dissertation. The topic of my dissertation was the examination of masculine representation in music video, and how it effects consumer behaviour, this required market research to yield consumer opinions, and also compiling third party research in order to create and support arguments or theories. In 2014, the music related courses travelled to Berlin and assisted in the organisation and production of an international music show, my role was assistant stage manager. Consequently I won an award for my events assistance at the 2014 MMM/POM awards.