Entering the creative industries is like going to a casino. The potential employers play the odds hiring you. So what makes me worth your bet? My passion and my hardworking, positive attitude. I am a quick learner, willing to go above and beyond of what is expected. Fashion is a diverse industry where communication skills are a necessity, something which I have put to good use in previous work where I have dealt with various different and demanding people. I feel all these skills could only be improved by being able to be a part of such a successful and innovative company.Locked Pro Plan feature
Part-Time Personal Assistant between jobs o Administrative - filing, answering the telephone, and responding to emails. o Creative: research competitor brands & current lifestyle trends, assisting with social media platforms
Freelance Project Marketing Co-ordinator. o Working with Google on ‘Digital Garage’ – a multimillion pound initiative that will help 200,000 British businesses learn crucial skills for the digital age, and use the power of the Internet to reach more customers and grow faster which is being developed across the country. Duties include: • Recruitment – helping find the right candidates for each ‘Digital Garage’: Cardiff, Sheffield & Birmingham. Finding candidates, screening candidates, organising Assessment Days & help choosing the final teams. • Event Planning – co-ordinating and finding venues for the training camps with Google (1 month programme to train the coaching candidates). • Training Content – Help create ‘soft skills’ & ‘management’ content alongside the training team - includes company processes, invoicing, scheduling, expenses, benefits etc • Scheduling – create efficient schedules that meet to the demands of both the trainees and the clients budget • Finance – assist the finance team with checking the timesheets are up-to-date • Budgeting & reporting – updated and created a detailed monthly budget presented to Google including daily, weekly & month costs. Helped create a monthly report with a colleague to Google, which outlines the data collected from the Garages o New Business Opportunities: • Contacting specific companies that could benefit from Chesamel services and would be a great partner to work with • Updating and creating presentation deck • Guiding an intern to help research ideal companies and how to approach companies
Contracted B2B CEMEA Sales Support. My role was to assist the B2B Sales Team. Duties included: o Administrative: Support in the pre-sales cycle, through lead qualification and contract processing through to fulfillment and invoicing; creating and maintaining accurate customer records in Salesforce.com (CRM database); providing reports in Salesforce; Act as a first-point of contact for client administrative enquiries and working on a global scale liaising with the Hong Kong and New York Sales Support teams. o Additional: contributing to adhoc projects, reporting & data analysis as and when required – creating a workshop to gain insight in how to obtain more women readers for the FT.
o Administrative: managing complex diary management for 6 staff, managing staff expenses, travel arrangements, taking minutes, raising purchase orders, answering telephones, booking couriers & deliveries, authorize invoices, helping prep information packs and statistics for meetings, greeting clients, setting up meeting rooms with relevant applications or technology. o Creative: help with the design of the new website, help with the brochure design for a development in Barbados, help organize company events. o Additional: gaining knowledge around property investment funds and how properties are developed from start to finish in both commercial and retail.
Temporary PA to Director. My role was to help the Director and office for the duration of a Pension Scheme that was being set in motion. Duties included: o Administrative: managing complex diary management for 4 staff, travel arrangements, answering telephones, taking minutes, drawing up terms and conditions for invoices, helping prep for meetings, greeting clients, managing staff expenses. o Creative: editing videos for company website o Additional: gaining knowledge around sales, pension schemes & funds, investment advice and governance.
Duties included: o Administrative: managing complex diary management, transcribing meetings, travel arrangements, answering telephones, taking minutes, creating invoices, receipts & drawing up terms and conditions for events. o Creative: Helped setup Partnership Associate Programme where I created partnerships with global hotels, members clubs & various associations such as ‘Nimax Theatre Group’, devising membership packs & assisting creating pitches for large-scale events with a variety of clients ranging from fashion to literary to financial.
Jobs included: o Administrative: taking minutes, keep filing system up-to-date, creating PowerPoint presentations, travel arrangement, location bookings, research, permit requests for filming & transcribing footage. o Creative: creating proposals for television pitches, reading scripts & learning to edit.
Duties included: o Administrative: diary management, travel arrangements, transcribing, creating invoices & receipts entering films for festivals. o Creative: learning to edit films, logging scripts, creating a website using HTML web coding for the company and writing synopses for films.
Film Production internship working both in the production office & as a runner on the film ‘Red Cross’ directed by Hugo Vieira da Silva Jobs included: writing synopsis, analyzing & writing editorial reports for films, carrying out research as well as administrative duties.
The profession's benchmark entry-level qualification, the IMC is used by most leading investment firms to demonstrate competence for regulatory purposes. The IMC offers an excellent foundation to careers in the investment profession. Many IMC holders continue their professional development by studying for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program. The IMC is an FCA Appropriate Qualification for the activity of ‘Managing Investments’.
Sociology & German