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Resume for lauren C. for Administrative / Clerical / Support in pafos, Cyprus

Occupation: Administrative / Clerical / Support Industry:
Country: Cyprus City: pafos
State: Paphos ZIP: 8046

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Lauren C.
Sirena Olympia, Universal, Paphos
Tel no: Mobile no: DOB: th July
Skills Profile
Communication: I have excellent written, oral and listening skills. I am used to delivering activity
demonstrations to groups of all ages and for different occasions which required adapting to suit the
different groups. This involves being very energetic, friendly and approachable. During my current position
I have to perform to a high customer service standard which is constantly monitored.
All my previous jobs have involved communicating with customers whether this is face to face or over the
Teamwork: I can work alongside colleagues as well as on my own. I have worked with a large staff team in
which teamwork is essential to make things run smoothly for example, informing other staff members of
changes, helping out even when not asked to, covering things when needed or having a joint effort to
make something work.
Problem solving: I have developed very good customer care skills and the ability of prioritising enquiries
and problems and resolving them within a quick response to provide a first class service to the end user.
Whilst working for a call centre I had to deal with customers financial problems on a daily basis and resolve
the issue so both the company and the customer were pleased with the outcome. Whilst working at an
outdoor centre, problems change from day to day, so I am used to adapting to new situations. I have
experience group leading groups up to students, which involves resolving any problems the groups
have and making sure they have the best possible experience. As a Programme Administrator
programmes can change throughout the day or staff members can be off ill. This involved constant
changing to suit groups needs as well as meeting the centres needs and staff needs. During this position I
gained great skills in managing workloads and being approachable to other staff and customers was
essential. Whilst I worked as a ski rep I had to deal with solving problems on a day to day basis and do my
best to do whatever I could to do what the group required.
I have to solve customers’ problems relating to their bank account on a day to day basis in my current
IT: I have a good working understanding of Windows packages including Word and Excel and the use of
the Internet and Email on a daily basis. I also have a small understanding of adobe Photoshop and Apple
Mac computers. I worked with Microsoft excel on a daily basis to create staffing spreadsheets and have
used Microsoft Word and Office whilst working for Recruitment creating letters and reports. I have used
different computer systems whilst working for QVC and Santander, which involved specific training. I am
also used to delivering IT activity sessions to children aged – years.
Education and Qualifications
• – Winstanley College, Billinge, Wigan AS levels and Alevels achieved
• Chemistry, Biology, Maths, Art and Design, C, B, B, B, C
General Studies
• – St.Bedes RC High school, Aughton,
Ormskirk GCSE’s
Science double award A, A
English Language A
English literature A
Mathematics A
Religious Education A
Art double award A, A
Graphic design B
French B
Other Qualifications
• Archery Leaders award GNAS
• First aid at work
• Safeguarding children Level
• Food hygiene
• Health and Safety at work
• Quad biking EASI level supervisor
• Trainer level
• NVQ Level in Activity Leadership
• Inhouse trained in: Climbing, abseiling, high ropes, zip wire, Descender, raft building, sky climb
team challenge activities etc
• Full Clean drivers License
Work Experience
March September – Achievement sports
Job: Coaching football to children aged – years
Role: work with other coaches to deliver games and sessions to children to improve their football
skills and to make sure they are having a good time.
November September – McDonalds restaurant
Job: Customer Care
Role: To interact with customers, solve customers’ problems, keep the restaurant clean and
hygienic and take care of customers’ orders. I had to be able to work in a busy environment, have
teamwork with other crew members and deliver a high quality fast service.
September January – QVC, Credit Card Declines
Job: Deal with inbound and outbound calls, be able to complete tasks on time, work under deadlines, keep
information confidential, solve credit card issues so the company and the customer are both pleased with
the outcome
January – October – Outdoor industry
Job: Apprentice Activity Instructor
Role: Deliver high quality activity sessions, first aid, group leading groups up , general site work jobs,
domestics and helping to cater for up to children as well as completing an NVQ level .
October – February Head Office
Job: Recruitment
Role: To interview candidates and decide whether they can progress to an assessment, in which I
would help assess to a standard, making reports, CRB checks, answering any questions, giving the
potential staff the information needed, collecting any information.
February – May – outdoor industry
Job: Senior Instructor
Role: Deliver high quality activity sessions, equipment management, sessions observations of other staff
members, training other staff, overnight first aid duties, mentoring Apprentice Instructors
May – July
Job: Programme Administration
Role: Staffing + members of staff to a programme made for up to guests, staff hours, staff holidays,
resolving problems on centre, training staff, fitting training in with the programme, equipment management,
mentoring staff, looking at incoming schools and groups, delivering activity sessions, observing other
members of staff.
February weeks – ski
Job: Ski Rep
Role: To look after a school group for their entire ski stay, from picking them up at the airport till
dropping them back off at the airport, ski fit, resolving any issues, booking and providing evening
entertainment, taking group to and from ski lessons etc
July – October
Aerial Extreme – Instructor
Role: Safety talks and equipment, checking course, customer enquiries, clipping on off, rescues,
interacting with customers, looking after groups on the course.
September – November
Customer Service Advisor – ESA Jobcentre
Offering an advice line for ESA jobcentre customers, answering questions and queries,
transferring to correct lines and helping with any problems.
November – March
Customer Advisor – Santander
Deal with any customer requests or queries to do with their bank account. I have to be able to deal
with tasks under pressure and solve them to the best of my ability benefitting the bank and the
customer. Assign and refer to appropriate departments, adhere to time, follow strict security.
March August
Waitress Flairs bar – bar street Cyprus
Waitressing drinks, talking to customers, entertainment, pr work.
On request

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