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About Me

I am a second year economics student at The University of Bristol formally from Brighton, and I am now looking for a job after leaving retail chain Topman last September to settle into university. My friends would describe me as a very friendly and kind person who is often telling jokes or putting other peoples needs before his own. I would say I am extremely enthusiastic, reliable and hardworking. Not only am I confident with meeting new people, I am always positive and able to learn new skills quickly. I am looking to find a part time position to support me during my University studies and hope that I can add some great qualities to your staff.

Work Experience

Nov 2013Sep 2015

Topman, Sales Adviser

Churchill Square Shopping Centre, Brighton,  

The great service and skills I showed on a regular basis during my time at Topman were rewarded by my manager, on the 29th of July 2015, when I was given a Certificate of Achievement and was signed off as an Advanced Member, something I am extremely proud of. This lead to me taking control of morning briefs to staff and helping to run the floor when no managers were present, which highlights my skills not only as being part of  a team but also how I am able to operate to help run a busy store when asked upon.

Qualifications

Sep 2013Jun 2015

A Level

Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College 


Economics


A*

MathsA
HistoryA


Hobbies and Interests

One of my true hobbies has always been football, I've been playing my whole life and it is something I am very passionate about. Other hobbies include music; I have played electric guitar since I was 10 it helps me unwind after a stressful day, I have been in a few bands with my friends but have never been anything very serious. Other than music, I would say my other two big passions are food and clothing; I am constantly eating or creating new food and am constantly searching the likes of Depop for new vintage clothing. I also really enjoy going to music festivals, travelling or just having a few friends over for a drink. 

Thank you for taking time to read my CV and I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully being able to bring new qualities to your staff.