A dynamic, resourceful and hard-working Cash Office Responsible with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate concisely at all levels. A self-starting person who has lots to offer in terms of enthusiasm with the ability to bring high standards to the workplace. My degree in Art History has enabled me to develop good organisational skills, an analytical/logical approach to tasks and the ability to work under pressure. I am able to work well both on my own initiative and as part of a team. My main strengths are adaptability, dependability and determination. I try to learn something new from every experience because I believe there is always room for self-improvement both personally and professionally.
Work with a strong focus on cash management and budgeting for the store though auditing daily register activity. In charge of account reconciliation which includes daily verification and correction of all monetary accounts. Responsible for ensuring the store is compliant for all audit points. Responsible for ensuring that invoices are dealt with in a correct way. Complete all opening and closing procedures including banking, corrections and Payroll/SPH. Responsible for inventory coordination. Order office supplies and cash point supplies. Update the daily sale figures. Follow up on SPH and hours within the store. Communicate all new/ adapted store routine and policy changes to the other Managers and staff. Train employees on cash point procedure and store routines. Complete all Payroll calculations for store including Daily/Weekly/Monthly calculation and corrections. Ensure confidential payroll and employee paperwork is completed properly and received by the appropriate party including employment paperwork, terminations, workers’ compensation and benefits enrollment forms. Responsible that company's policies and procedures are followed.
Degree in History of Art (Final Mark 108/110). Degree thesis entitled the Course of the Knife by Claes Oldenburg, Coosje van Bruggen and Frank O. Ghery, 1985, under the supervision of Prof. Silvia Bignami. The study focuses on the analysis of the performance created collaboratively by Claes Oldenburg, Cossje van Bruggen and Frank O. Ghery, entitled The Course of The Knife. The works is divided into two parts; the first deals with the description of the preparation and of the performance itself, the second takes a detailed look at the public reception through the systematic examination of the major national newspapers which provided a broader perspective to the understanding of the event.