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I am a History of Art graduate from the University of York, currently living and working in London in the events sector
I currently work at Wallacespace, an offsite meeting venue and events space. My responsibilities in this role include: o Events coordination – putting events onto the system, creating and maintaining databases, talking to clients, taking enquiries, checking financials o Office management – maintaining office supplies, doing stock checks, purchasing, petty cash, taking minutes in meetings o Recruitment & training – reference checks, interviewing, managing a small team, training new starters o Customer service – greeting clients, AV assistance, generally going above and beyond what is expected o Marketing & design – assisting the marketing director with various tasks, researching styling ideas for the building, putting together a breakdown of costings o Fingerprinting – taking fingerprints for FINRA-registered brokers and traders, sending out study guides for Series exams
I managed to combine extra-curricular activities and consistent high grades during my time at university, achieving a 2:1 in my first year, a first in my second year and graduating with First Class Honours. Throughout my degree, I have improved and developed many skills essential for the workplace, including but not limited to : - Visual and written research skills and analysis - Strong oral communication skills developed through regular participation in seminars. - Teamwork and leadership skills gained through group work. - Presentation skills developed through regular individual and group presentations on a variety of subjects. - Design skills developed through the creation of marketing materials for a case study of Whitby Museum.
Achieved by only 5% of graduating students, the York Award certificate is awarded alongside a degree in recognition of achievement of a significant range of extra-curricular activity and, in particular, the adoption of an analytical and reflective approach to learning and competence in a broad range of skills.