- Pre-Litigation Assistant
- Vault Teller
- Legal Secretary
- "Go-to Girl"
- and more...
I have many skills that make me a good candidate for your position. I am skilled in organization and office procedures and have the ability to achieve immediate and long-term goals. My diverse approach to thinking helps me see the entire picture and pick an avenue to take. I also have good communication skills, with customers/clients and co-workers. Client satisfaction is a passion of mine. Furthermore; my realistic approach allows me to decide on the best course of action quickly. I believe my personal strengths and characteristics will prove advantageous to you and your company.
I am approaching my current job search as I have my past work experience - eclectically. I am to a point in life where I aim to find my position in life, career included. I am ready to find my niche and glorify in it. I would like a position where my creativity and ability to think out of the box, is not only accepted but beneficial to my work environment. I am looking towards long term employment with people of similar mind and am open minded as to where I may find it.
Primarily I act as part of a two person team. I ensure that all new personal injury files are complete and ready for settlement or suit. This includes, ordering and receiving medical records and bills, Medicaid/Medicare liens, accident reports and any other necessary investigative documents. I also arrange and maintain client medical treatment as well as uphold the networking necessary with medical providers and others who have contact with our clients. I am learning the ins- and outs of the claims adjusting field, especially in automobile coverage. I also handle many everyday legal needs such as compiling disbursement sheets and firm-client correspondence. In addition to my principal responsibilities, I also act as back-up reception and as I am often referred to, the "go-to girl".
My responsibilities here included all teller and most Member Services Representative duties. I also opened the bank, processed night drop along with other transactions. I ordered checks, ran batches to be ready for deposit and always kept customer's needs first.
My duties primarily included the processing of customer transactions, answering account questions and ensuring customer satisfaction. I, along with a fellow teller, was also responsible for the opening of the bank and completion of night depository. In my time at American Gateway Bank, I gained knowledge in commercial and personal DDA and savings accounts, as well as loan and new account referrals and CD rates.
While I attended Baton Rouge Community College, I took advantage of two student worker possibilities.
1. Art Studio Monitor
January 2005 through January 2006
I supervised the school's art studio during non-class hours while ensuring all standards (including safety) were met and maintained.
2. Office of Disabilities Assistant
September 2004 through December 2004
I worked directly with the Director of the Office of Disability Services in hand with the Office of Financial Aid at Baton Rouge Community College. My duties included proctoring test, light tutoring and clerical work using common office software (Word and Powerpoint) and machines.
I did all clerical work for the department including, but not limited to, maintaining inventory and employee records. I directed incoming calls, any personal assistant duties required of the Wardrobe Coordinator and helped with minor alterations. As a sub department of Human Resources, I was also in charge of processing new hire Alcohol Vendor Licenses.
My everyday responsibilities were exchanging of currency, processing cash advances and issuing larger payout amounts.