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  • 134 Anson Street Home No - 01616617265Eccles Mob No – 07808657879Manchester Email – beccajoanndoyle@hotmail.comM30 8HDRebecca DoyleObjective I am a second year Level 3 Creative and Media Production BTEC student at Eccles College in Salford and I am currently looking for additional part-time work alongside my current job as a part-time sales assistant. I’m a reliable, friendly individual and work great as part of a team as well as on my own. I can go at any task to the best of my ability and I strive to get things done efficiently and effectively.Experience  May 2012 Work Experience ‘In With the Flynns’ BBC (Media City) Runner • Shadowed an experienced runner. • Performed runner duties independently. • Greeting cast and providing them with security passes and itinerary for the day’s shoot. • Locating props and liaising with the Prop’s Manager. • Photocopying and collating invoices and delivering to Finance Department. • Taking food orders, making food collections and distributing to crew. • Making refreshments for the crew.  Nov 10 – Present Peacocks Eccles Part-time Sales Assistant • Operating the till, keeping the till area clean and free of any clutter that may occur. • Helping out in the stockroom sorting and unpacking the deliveries. • Replenishing the stock, keeping my allocated department tidy, organising stock into size order and making sure the layout is correct and attractive to customers. • Dealing with customers on a daily basis and assisting them in the best possible way to help them find desired items. • I participate in the general housekeeping of the store if when on till 6 o clock when the store closes. Ensuring that it is clean and tidy for the following day.  Oct 2009 Cooperative Financial Services Manchester Work Experience Placement • I was placed on a team which dealt with the processing of paid and unpaid cheques • Ensuring that the cheques being returned to customers had the appropriate covering letters enclosed and also scanning cheques
  • into a computer system which encoded bank credit slips for individual cheques. • Ordering and filing away work for other teamsEducation 2011 – Present Eccles College Eccles, Manchester  BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative and Media Production 2010 – 2011 Salford City Academy Sixth Form Eccles, Manchester  NVQ Level 2 Beauty Therapy 2005 – 2010 Wentworth High School Eccles Manchester  GCSE DOUBLE AWARD: English – AB  GCSE: Art – B  BTEC: Science – BB  BTEC: Physical Education – BB  GCSE: DiDA – BB  GCSE: Maths – C  GCSE: Law – C  GCSE: History – DPersonal One of the proudest achievements of my time in school was taking part inAchievements an alcohol awareness course aimed at young people. I took part in training sessions about alcohol and presented these along with other pupils to approximately 180 year 7 pupils, we then went on to present our workshop to year 11s at Buile Hill High School. After that, our last opportunity was to visit a primary school and present it there and it was very successful. I learnt a lot of things during this project such as being fully prepared is always best, building up my confidence and also learning more about alcohol for myself. At the end of this, I received a certificate. In year 10 I became a ‘Peer Mentor’ this involved helping a year 7 pupil with the transition from Primary school to Secondary School, I had to make sure they were doing okay and if they had any problems. From this I learnt that it’s always good to be talkative and confident towards other people and to present myself as an approachable and responsible person. When I entered into year 11 I was successful in applying for a position of ‘Lead Mentor’ I had to support a group of year 10s in their mentoring sessions to make sure they filled in the necessary sheets after meetings with their year 7 mentee. I interacted with new people I had never spoken to before and I really enjoyed having that feeling of responsibilities.