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by Andre Buchanan
(St.Ann Jamaica)

I am an individual who takes my work seriously. In doing so i am a punctual, efficient and a productive worker who is able to work at own initiative.

I am a persistent and consistent worker who does not stop until the job is done and done properly.
My mission statement is to be employed in an organization where team work and adeqaute customer service is their main priority.

I enjoy making the people i work for pleased and customers satisfied.

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Operations Officer

by Sibrina Johnson
(Mandeville)


SIBRINA JOHNSON
Lot #6 DeCarteret Garden
Mandeville
Manchester
(876) 478-0515
D.O.B.: 31-07-1988
sibrinajohnson@yahoo.com


Education:
• DeCarteret College
2000-2007
• Siloah Primary School
1994-2000
Qualification:
• Associates Degree in General Studies
• Five Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (5 CAPE)
• Eight Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (8 CSEC)
Interest:
• Prefect
DeCarteret College
2005-2007
• Interact Club President
DeCarteret College
2005 & 2007
• Interact Club Vice-President
DeCarteret College
2006



Experience:
National People’s Co-Operative Bank of Jamaica Limited
• Customer Service Representative (C.S.R.)
• Operations Officer
• Acting Branch Manager
Duties:
• Perform transactions at the Teller station.
• Welcome and maintain good public relations with the bank’s clientele.
• Post and balance the computerized Banking System daily, monthly and yearly.
• Prepares the branch reconciliation and petty cash daily.
• Manage and supervise all Teller operations.
• Ensure all procedures are followed.
• Ensure that all loans are booked and disbursed as approved.
• Ensure that all reports are done and distributed to the necessary personnel.
• Maintain good record keeping.
• Responsible for the safety of the branch’s documents and cash.
• Maintenance and appearance of all office equipment, security system and building.
• Ensure that all branch problems are handled promptly and effectively.
• Assess property during a Certificate of Compliance.
Skills:
Computer literate
Ability to drive
Knowledge of Accounting
Reference:
Provided upon request

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Restaurant Manager

by Caraldean Chambers- Howard
(St. Ann)

Re: Vacancy for Restaurant Manager

I hereby apply to fill the post of Restaurant Manager in your company; having a working Knowledge of high volume operations in a (4) four star Resort, with (2) years in a Japanese Restaurant, (1 ½) years in an Italian Restaurant, (1) years in a French Mediterranean and fast pace buffet service.


Complimented by 4 years experience working in the capacity of a Dining Room Manager, which covers the areas of banqueting, restaurants and room service; I am confident that my experience and training coupled with my warm approachable appearance and personality will be mutually beneficial.

With the ability to work in multiple areas and C.P.R training has ideally prepared me to offer, the skills and support your organization requires.


Yours truly,

……………………………..
Caraldean Chambers-Howard

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Small Business Manager

by Rupert Daley
(Kingston Jamaica)

December 17,2011

Dear Sir/Madam,

I, Rupert Daley hereby apply for the position of Small Business Manager.

I am a past Student of Munro College and the VTDI, and has undergone extensive training in Business Management.

At 45, my years of experience in Wholesale and Retail Operations,Customer Service and Security systems should be of great help to you.

I shall be happy to attend an interview at your convenience.

Yours' Sincerely

Rupert Daley
E;MAIL rupertadaley@yahoo.com

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