Administrative Assistant

Employment goal: Gain work experience in line with my social science education while adding value to my employer.


Accademic Preparation:


May 2016: Bachelor in Social Science, Major in Political Science Univerity of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus.


May 2008: High School Graduate.  Member of the National Honor Society.  Desciples of Christ Academy at Bayamon, Puerto Rico.


Jan 2004: Middle School Graduate. Bayamon Military Academy at Bayamon, Puerto Rico.


Accomplishments:


January 2016: Picked among all Univerity of Puerto Rico students to present Bachelor's thesis at the Symposium of Social Science in Mayaguez Campus.


Delivered a comprehensive report based on multiannual surveys filled by students of the Social Science Department to comply with Federal Goverment's requirements.


August 2015: Assistant at the First Congress of Political Science at Mayaguez Campus.


Work experience:


Dec. 2016-Jan.2017: Seasonal Employee at Kohl's Store, performing all kind of tasks required, from organizing the merchandise in the store to attend customers in their needs.


Summers 2006-2016:  Summer Jobs in Agro-Tropic, Inc., performing all kind of farm tasks, from working in the field to administrative assistant.


Personal Skills: Fully bilingual in English and Spanish; Able to work in team and lead results; Proficient in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook); Experience in performing quantitative research work in SPSS program.


References: Available upon request.

  • ID#: 138042
  • Location: Hillsboro, OR , 97124

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