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Other skills
Willingness to learn about new products, procedures, and technology. Time management skills. Demonstrated ability to pay attention to details. Worked in a fast paced environment.
Field experience
One semester in UNB’s forestry program. Several years camping Field survival skills obtained through Scouts Canada Desert experience obtained through spending one month camping in Chile with Scouts Canada Proficient canoeing abilities (Experience 10+ years based on overall secluded camping experience)
Computer software proficiency
  Electronic mail Web surfing tools Microsoft Word Power Point Front Page Publisher Excel  
French & Engish
I am fluent in both French and English, written and spoken.


Seeking summer employment in the geological field.


  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Hunting
  • Snowboarding

Work experience

Apr 2010Apr 2012

Telecommunications operator

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

·Answer emergency and non-emergency calls in priority sequence.

·Dispatch calls and information in priority sequence.

·Research and investigate information as required.

·Obtain all pertinent information required on every call.

·Filter pertinent and non-pertinent information as it is provided.

·Provide pertinent information to officers as it is obtained.

·Insure safety and security of officers and clients.

·Provide an unbiased service to clients.

·Assess safety and security risks.

·Determine necessity of other emergency services and dispatch as required.

·Contact search and rescue as needed.

·Crisis management (i.e.: hostage negotiation, get victims to safety, prevent suicides, etc.)

·Dispatch Ident Section for forensic investigation as necessary.

·Send backup as necessary.

·Keep up to date with emergency evacuation protocols and be familiar with the backup site equipment.

·Be available on short notice.

·Be able to work shift work, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and holidays.

·Assist other operators in performing their duties.

·Remain calm under high stress situations.

·Maintain control of the call.

·Actively listen to callers.

Jun 2009Mar 2010

Marketing Representative

Assumption Life

·Provide up to date information to support the sales representatives.

·Keep up to date with new policies and procedures.

·Facilitate the advertising and sales of products.

·Maintain records of sales and commission for sales reps.

·Maintain good relations with the sales force.

·Promote incentives for top sales across Canada.

·Meet report deadlines.

·Keep management apprised of sales quotas.

Aug 2008Jun 2009

Sales Representative

The Hearth Store

·Proactively promote products and services

·Educate actual and potential customers regarding alternative heating.

·Assess customer’s wants and needs to determine appropriate product.

·Evaluate potential customer’s location to provide accurate quote.

·Provide customer support.

·Keep up to date on new products and procedures.

Dec 2007Apr 2008

Auto insurance claims adjuster

ING Insurance

·Adjusting auto physical damage claims.

·Investigating the cause of accidents.

·Determining liability.

·Insuring each claim is handled appropriately.

·Adaptation to constant change.

·Multitasking several different claims at once.

·Learning and implementing new procedures.

Mar 2004May 2007

Call center represntative

AOL Canada

·Consistently meet and exceed sales quotas.

·Provide constant quality control.

·Helping others attain their goals by answering any questions that may arise.

·Adhering to schedules.

·Meeting deadlines.

·Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

·Excellent communication in both French and English.

·Work over time when needed.

Jul 2003Mar 2004

Sales Clerck

Boutique Signal

·Managed the evening shift with two to three employees.

·Balanced cash at the end of the day.

·Kept the store neat and presentable.

·Met and exceeded weekly sales quotas.

Apr 2003Jul 2003

Landscape Worker

Signatre Landscaping

·Weeding flower beds.

·Mowing lawns.

·Sodding lawns.

·Running for equipment when necessary.

May 2002Oct 2002


Oxygen Nightclub

·Restock bar when necessary.

·Restock ice tubs when necessary.

·         Pick up bottles and glasses in a timely manner.

·Clean glasses ans pitchers when necessary.

·Clean messes as necessary.

·         Clean the club after closing.

Jun 2001Aug 2001


Ristigouche Salmon Club

·         Weeding flower beds.

·Mowing lawns.

·Sodding lawns.

·Running for equipment when necessary.

·Scrape paint chips, strip old paint, and repaint the buildings on the grounds.

·         Prune trees.

·         Fill holes in driveway with gravel.

·Keep grounds in good and presentable condition.

Jun 1997Aug 2000

Landscape Worker

Rose`s Landscaping

·Weeding flower beds.

·Mowing lawns.

·Sodding lawns.

·Running for equipment when necessary.


Feb 2012Present

First year student

University of New Brunswick

Courses taken so far:

  • Earth Science/Geology, first term and second
  • Geology Lab, first term
  • Chemistry, first and second term
  • Chemistry Lab, first and second term
  • Biology, first and second term
  • Biology Lab, first and second term
  • Environmental Resource Management, first term
  • Environmental Resource Management Lab, first term
  • Forestry, first term
  • Forestry Field Lab, first term
  • Calculus, second term
Jun 2006

College Diploma

N.B.C.C. Moncton
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office.
  • Microsoft Publisher experience.
  • Able to collect, analyze, and present data in a manner that everyone can understand.
  • Experience in creating and analyzing advertising in print, radio, and television.
  • Promotional events organization and planning.
  • Able to effectively communicate with others verbally as well as in print.
  • Ability to multitask.
Jun 2001

High School Diploma

Polyvalente Roland-Pépin