As an Administrative assistant, carrying out clerical responsibilities was a natural quality that Jessica possessed, in support of the high-pressure NHS hospital and medical industry. Organization was the key, however the attention to detail and being part of a team is what suited Jessica best for this position, in particular to the great general education including GCSE’s Math and English grades. Other duties included good telephone and keyboard skills, together with the ability to use common office computer programs. This position was temporary at first, but with her hard work and commitment, the contract was extended, with a continuous pay of £15 per hour, 16-20 hours a week meant that with University, she was able to work on flexible hours and to her comfort with her studies. With her further involvement in the company, she also took on PA responsibilities when the demand was high for support and the she also supported the events side of the subsidiary companies her Manager was in charge of. The position was no longer available when the work was no longer as much as what the company had hesitated.
As a ‘people person’, this position was a temporary role, which was available for working in a hospitality environment of enjoyment and working on high customer service basis. The duties consisted of preparing the table, greet customers, taking orders, advise on menu choices, serve meals and deal with payments. Working for a month, Jessica was complimented many times on her fast-paced learning skills and her commitment to the restaurant. Working up to 40 hours a week meant this position evidently gave her the skills to understand further the importance of customer satisfaction.
Working as a trainee hairdresser as well as a reception gave her multiple beginner skills where Jessica was responsible in meeting different people, greet customers, shampooing hair, making sure towels and supplies are ready for use and keeping the salon clean and tidy. After the training, it would promote her position to where she can book her own clients, color and order materials, etc. Working up to 20 hours a week whilst in college meant she was productive and eager to learn something new, even if her heart was not set out to be a full-time hairdresser.
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