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Resume for Eleanor K. for Salesperson / Representative / Personal Care, Apparel, Fashion & Beauty in London, United Kingdom

Occupation: Salesperson / Representative Industry: Personal Care, Apparel, Fashion & Beauty
Country: United Kingdom City: London
State: London, City of ZIP: TW20 9RE

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Date of Birth: th April
Address: Birkdale Road, South Reddish, Stockport. SK LU
Royal Holloway University of London, Date
First Class Honours Degree in Drama and Theatre
Aquinas College, Stockport.
A Levels: English Language A; Sociology B; Performance Studies B
Reddish Vale Technology College, Stockport.
GCSE’s: Maths A, Biology B, Citizenship A*, Chemistry B, English Language A,
English Literature B, Music A, Drama A* German B, Physics A, Textiles
The Monkey’s Forehead, Date
‘Kitchen Porter’
I decided to apply for this part time job for financial support during my time studying at university.
I worked + hours a week as a Kitchen Porter in this extremely popular student pub. My duties
include washing and polishing all cutlery, plates and kitchen appliances, deep cleaning the whole
kitchen, preparing and plating up salads, deserts and most starters. When busy, I am also
required to take food out to tables and work on the bar in the evenings.
Royal Holloway University Student’s Union, Date
‘Security and Bar staff’
I decided to take on a second job whilst at university which would enable me to develop further
skills that I would benefit from after finishing my degree. I trained and worked as security staff two
nights a week in busy, highcapacity student venues. My role included organising and carrying
out front of house duties, setting up and clearing down venues, monitoring crowd control and
dealing with any codes observed. This job provided me with training in radio protocol, first aid
and Maybo enabling me to become confident when handling emergency situations in busy
environments. It has also developed my people skills, giving me knowledge on how to adapt
communication techniques when necessary e.g. when dealing with hostile or even violent
This job has given me confidence in working through the night while still maintaining a high
standard of observation. I have also drawn skills from my degree in order to advance my front of
house skills and interaction with customers in all situations.
Mount Road Veterinary Surgery,
‘Veterinary Nurse’s Assistant, Receptionist, Kennel Maid’
I initially took on this job as a weekend job, which then preceded progress further. I was asked to
continue working at this practice during the week when on holidays from college and later when
at home out of university term time. I also still complete cover shifts today.
Mount Road Surgery is an extremely busy small animal practice with thousands of clients. My
duties here included, being first point of contact for all telephone calls, cleaning, organising files,
xrays and medical samples. My main role was to take care of all inpatients, monitor them
throughout the day acknowledging any specific requirements needed. During my time here I also
became confident with the computer systems, learnt how to run blood tests and was able to
recall a vast amount of medical information to clients and callers.
Emergencies were common and experience enabled me to respond in a controlled manner,
remembering routines and thinking on my feet. Building good client relationships is another
important aspect that I have developed through working here. It was essential to acknowledge
histories and needs of patients in order to maintain the high professional yet personal standards
of the practice.
Spring Bank Farm Kennels and Cattery
‘Kennel Maid’, Weeks in June
My reputation from working at Mount Road provided me with this opportunity for extra work
during the holidays. This job required working in the early hours of the morning following specific
routines for a vast number of boarding animals. My duties included attending to each animal
feeding, walking, grooming etc. and maintaining a high standard of cleaning throughout the day.
I held a lot of responsibility when working here and I excelled at keeping good timing,
organisation and security.
My interest in media arts, drama and photography began in Secondary School during which I
was a part of the schools award winning film team and always participated in school productions.
I also took on the role of marketing director for the school’s Young Enterprise Company, another
extra curricular opportunity involving many different workshops and competitions.
I was also asked to take on a role as ‘Student Senior’; a position that required me to represent
the school whenever visitors arrived and in most other school events. I was also assigned to a
specific year seven tutor group to which I would make contact with every morning to assist with
registering and promote organizational skills. During this time I was also approached to work one
toone with students with behavioral and learning difficulties once a week. This was challenging
yet very rewarding, developing my tuition skills and enabling me to understand how to cater to
the needs of different individuals.
I developed my guitar playing through socializing in the college music scene, playing at open mic.
nights in my home town and working at my fathers Northern Soul gigs. Whilst at university I also
got involved with productions organized by theatrical societies and groups e.g. RHUL Drama
Society and RHUL Student workshop. I took on lead roles in a number of plays, was nominated
for two RHOSCARS. I also photographed for a number of organized events and Drama
School Awards: Award for Outstanding GCSE Results, The Vince Sleigh Award for
Driving: Full, clean driving license.
Computer Skills: GCSE B grade in ICT. Good working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, EMail, Windows, Mac, Photo editing and Internet. Competent at touchtyping.
Victoria Cook Head Vet. Nurse James Hook Head Chef
a Mount Road Veterinary Surgery The Monkeys Forehead
Mount Road Egham Hill
Gorton Egham
Manchester Surrey
Sophie Nield Drama and Theatre Lecturer
Royal Holloway University of London
Drama Department
Egham Hill

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