Ebony Lynch

  • Newport News  VA
Ebony  Lynch

Office Assistant 

Objective

To obtain a position in the allied business field, where I can utilize my skills and abilities. 

Work History

Work History
2014 - Present

Teacher 

New Mount Olive 

Develop and instruct age appropriate lesson plans that encourage physical, emotional, social, and academic growth. Maintain individual student portfolios including skills checklist, labeled work samples, and narrative reports on areas needing improvement. Interact extensively with parents to provide regular progress reports. Showcase children's work to boost their self-esteem and to keep them motivated. 

2013 - 2014

Childcare Teacher

Hampton Christian Elementary 

Preschool After school care

2011 - 2012

Loss Prevention Specialist 

Secure Watch ADT

Writing up contracts for new home security system customers; Sales

2008 - 2009

Telemarketer 

Elite Publications 

Outbound sales calls. 

2008 - 2008

Secretary Intern

Vista View Apartments 

Performed day-to day office duties. 

2006 - 2007

Telemarketer 

Universal Promotions 

Outbound sales calls. 

Education

Education
2012 - Present

 Social Science Education 

Thomas Nelson Community College 

Degree in progress 

2006 - 2006

Allied Business

Charleston Job Corps Center 

Certificate Of Completion 

Skills/Abilities

Skills

Business Technology 

Demonstrate proper use of grammar, sentence structure, spelling, punctuation and proofreaders' marks. Perform day-to-day office activities including the following: manage appointments, reservation and itinerary schedules; organize, prioritize and plan work to be done; prepare and layout correspondence including financial statements; use basic office equipment (includes transcription); demonstrate proper telephone etiquette (includes knowledge of voice mail); and record keeping and basic math. Knowledge of computers including the following: DOS functions; sub-directories and databases, transmitting data via modem, merging documents, spreadsheet and desktop publishing software, computer networks, basic windows functions, use of macros, and email. Demonstrate familiarity with a records management system (file alphabetically/chronologically, create and maintain follow-up and tickler files, and input data computerized systems)

References

References

Available upon request