Lindsey Dixon

  • Baton Rouge, LA US US US
Lindsey Dixon

Objective

Seeking to drive forward a company's growth and profitability as an Intern in the Human Resources field for leadership that values dedication, passion and results.

Skills

Skills

Hagen Computer Systems

Microsoft Office

Work History

Work History
Jun 2011 - Present

Student Intern

Division of Administration, Office of State Printing

RESPONSIBILITIES:• Learned and utilize the Office's proprietary information technology management systems, the Hagen Computer System.• Organized and maintained company job postings.• Adapt to changing work environment to ensure productivity.RESULTS:• Collaborate with employees to complete their jobs in the time-frame promised, achieving that goal 100% of the time, as scheduled.• Initiated a reorganization of the Office’s File Room to improve efficiency of the paper filing systems.• Completed the entire task of moving 25,000+ paper files in less than a week.• Utilized excellent time management skills while maintaining everyday normal work activities in addition to redoing the File Room. • Successfully moved all jobs and incorporated the new paper filing system that employees still use today.

Education

Education
Aug 2013 - Present

Master of Business Administration

Louisiana State University

·Successfully created a marketing plan for a local food truck, Taco de Paco, to increase brand awareness.

·Performed a SWOT analysis on a local law firm’s information technology (IT) systems, and         made recommendations for system improvements.

Aug 2009 - May 2013

Business Management

Louisiana State University

Concentration: Human Resources.

·Sought out a local business (Cane’s) and performed interviews with supervisory personnel to perform a thorough job analysis to observe how management was run.

·As a result, I learned the different levels of management associated with Cane’s and received an A in the course.

Minor: Communication Studies.

·Interviewed and wrote a paper on a successful businessman to demonstrate the importance of organizational communications and to determine how communication can benefit or damage a company’s brand, image, and reputation.