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Eric Neville

Eric Neville

Administrative Professional and Digital Designer

Experience

Work History

Administrative Professional

Sep 2013 - Present
Georgia Institute of Technology

Oversaw the testing center and tracked inventory, supported Outreach activities as technological support. Pursued several personal initiatives, which included creating useful and user-friendly databases, revising and standardizing the existing brochure catalogue, and redefining the visual organization and content of the existing Counseling Center website.

Marketing & Design Intern

Jun 2014 - Aug 2014
Ethereal Innovations, Inc.

Collaborated directly with the command team to design and create graphics for clients, and targeted market audiences through utilizing Google Analytics. Major projects included the Extremely Sharp Swords & Knives summer ad campaign, and transporting the Made in America Movement's old website over to a new template and host, which included redesigning the visual framework of the site.

Arts Administration and IT Support Intern

Jun 2013 - Sep 2013
Eyebeam Art + Technology Center

Managed the content of the company website, as well as the artist-in-residence application system and process, and worked with artists to install and troubleshoot their interactive media exhibitions . Major accomplishments included conducting the recovery of archival data and equipment from damages incurred by Hurricane Sandy, along with researching, determining, and setting up the hardware and software to be used by the summer youth education programs.

Thomas Welton Art Gallery Attendant

Oct 2012 - Jun 2013
Stanford University

Acted as a first point of contact, tracked and analyzed visitor data, and aided with maintaining and troubleshooting exhibition pieces.

Experimental Media Arts Lab (EMA) Assistant

Oct 2009 - Jun 2013
Stanford University

As sole assistant to the lab manager, this position presented the opportunity to accomplish a dynamic set of projects and tasks that blended IT and administrative support. On top of cataloguing and renting out a large library of electronic equipment and maintaining the lab's hardware and software, problem-solving exercises involved utilizing a creative skillset to design flow-charts and posters on how to use the EMA facilities, and demonstrating research and planning abilities to brainstorm and draft proposals on recommended plans of action.

Count Room Clerk

Nov 2010 - Aug 2011
Jackson Rancheria Casino & Hotel

Performed on a team to quickly, accurately, and efficiently move and process casino assets. This position required high security, confidentiality, and accountability.

Director of Marketing & Design

Nov 2008 - Feb 2009
Dreamcatchers, Inc.

Consulted with the command team of a student-run pre-Education volunteer organization to define and create its brand and its marketing materials.

Education

Education

B.A. Japanese Language and Culture

2008 - 2013
Stanford University

Skills

Skills

Graphic Design and Illustration

Adept at using software (primarily the Adobe Creative Suite) to create and edit graphics, logos, and other visual content for both digital and physical publishing, as well as defining a company's brand.

Marketing and Social Media

Effective at tailoring content to specific audiences, designing campaigns, and setting up and tracking social media metrics.

Coding and Websites

Familiar with foundational software languages (Java, C++, Ruby, and Python); proficient with web-based languages (HTML5/CSS, Javascript, PHP, and mySQL). Skilled at working with Wordpress and Drupal.

Administrative

Average typing speed of 96 words per minute. Adept at using Microsoft Office. Can design and create effective and versatile databases with both Access and Excel, with increased functionality through writing VBA macros.

Japanese Language

Intermediate-advanced fluency in Japanese writing, reading, speaking, and listening.