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Luke Papet

Nottingham Business School


Business Management and Human Resources student who is self- assured, proactive and enthusiastic who performs effectively under pressure and can play a significant part of a team but is equally self- motivated when working independently. Venturing into new challenges is what I pride myself on, completing tasks to the highest standard. Seeking to gain experience in the HR sector.



BA (Hons) Business Management and Human Resources

Nottingham Trent University 

Current Grade: High 2:1 - 67.3% (Foundations of Managing and Organising, Accounting and Finance, Economics, Enterprise and Business Development, Marketing and Quantitative Methods for Business) 

Jul 2015

Global Immersions Programme

Sichuan University Summer School, China

St. Ignatius College

A- Levels: 3 A - C (Business: B, Sociology: B, Geography: C)

GCSE: 10 A* - C (Including Mathematics: B, English Language: C)

Employment History


Human Resources Intern

Bosch Rexroth UK

Sales Assistant

The Clarks Shop, Regent Street & Nottingham
  • Greeting and serving customers 
  • Answering internal and external phone calls in a polite and professional manner
  • Till trained- Completing transactions, refunds, exchanges, cash reconciliation, opening and closing tills
  • Visual merchandising of products
  • Collecting delivery. Completing paperwork & placing stock away
  • Training new staff on the day to day operations within the store
  • Promoted to a senior role within the store, having the responsibility to lead a small team throughout the day
  • Awarded with several certificates and recognition from the area manager for my dedication, flexibility and excellent customer service
Jul 2010

Teaching and Admin Assistant

St. Georges Primary School, Enfield

In the administration department I completed tasks such as:

  • Chronological filing
  • Dealing with parental enquiries
  • Answering external phone calls
  • Classroom assistant helping the children with any questions
  • Playground officer ensuring the children's safety 

This enabled me to gain an insight into working life, a quote from my mentor at St. Georges was: "You were the best work experience we have had".

Skills and Achievements


I have managed to develop this skill successfully during my time throughout university by taking part in group activities and presentations. In addition, working in The Clarks Shop has developed my ability to speak to people on every level and provide clear and helpful information confidently.

Decision Making

Being a Fresher's representative during Welcome Week entailed helping the current students to move into their new homes and being available to help with any of their queries. When introducing them to the night life, it was my decision to split them into smaller groups or stay together to ensure their safety when they are most vulnerable.

Time Management

Being organised is a trait I pride myself on which is evident by studying for my Business Management degree, being an active member in the Boxing Society and working part time at The Clarks Shop. To ensure that all three activities are successful fulfilled, they are given an equal amount of my undivided attention.

Ability to Adapt 

In July 2015, studying at the Sichuan University, China, through the Global Immersions Programme expanded my ability to adapt to different cultures and learning styles. This experience not only enhanced my knowledge and understanding of International Business and Technology, Industry and Management in China but also readjusting to the Chinese way of life was important in submersing myself in their culture.

Team Work

Team work is vital at Clarks in order for the day to day operations to run smoothly, therefore it is crucial in being attentive to other members of staff in order for the shop to reach it's targets.

At St. Ignatius Sixth Form, I was an integral member of the Arrupe Group 'Run by the students... for the students'. As it is a student led group, leading citizenship classes, peer mentoring younger students and leading assemblies held a lot of responsibility which meant it was important to cooperate diligently and succinctly.

Activities and Interests

Since being a member of the Boys Brigade for 14 years, I have obtained many achievements. Earning the Queens badge is an achievement that I pride myself on as it is the highest award possible. In May 2012, I completed the 'Three Peaks Challenge' which was an amazing experience that helped me to grow physically and mentally. 

Music plays an integral part in day to day activities. Having a wide variety of music genre's to listen to enables me to stay motivated. I also travel around the country to listen to live music, it is a great way to meet new people and enjoy a brilliant atmosphere. 

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