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1 New Road
Phone No: 01111 123 456
Mobile: 0771 123 4567
Date of Birth: 1st January
Final year bio scientist, with strong analytical and interpersonal skills, seeking a career in production management with a leading pharmaceutical organisation.
SKILLS & ACHIEVEMENTS
Experience of working in groups during academic projects including planning, role allocation, co-ordination and commitment. Won AstraZeneca team-working prize for second year academic project.
Worked effectively with colleagues at St. Georges Hospital pharmacy to understand and co-ordinate their requirements for a new database. The implementation of this database has since reduced administration time by approximately 30%.
Strong selling and negotiation skills developed through close customer contact in retail and health sector environments. Trained in personal sales, advanced interpersonal skills and customer focus. Recently exceeded personal sales target by 300% during weekend trading.
Presentation skills and confidence demonstrated during the delivery of tutorials and group presentations at university. Have presented to groups of 5 to 100 and enjoy public speaking.
Researched new sportswear concepts for the store and proposed ideas for event evenings during my weekend position. One idea was translated into an event that raised £400 for a local charity.
Problem solving :
Designed and developed a new database for the pharmacy managing financial, administrative and project information. Researched the latest developments to provide relevant software for the budget.
Frontline customer roles have taught me to find solutions to customer problems in a calm and efficient manner.
Technical skills :
Fully competent with all Microsoft Office packages and a number of scientific packages. Learning to program in Java and C++.
Enjoyed consultancy role in understanding client’s need for database development and implementation.
French – basic spoken.
German – proficient.
Driving licence full clean for 4 years.
The University of Bath 2001 – 2005
BSc Biological Sciences Expected grade 2:1
An analytical degree developing research techniques, problem-solving skills and group working.
Identifying possible solutions for CTB transmission – required strong analytical thought to identify prior considerations and contingencies. College of South West England, Bristol 1999 – 2001
Business Studies (C)
Farr Wood High School, Bristol 1995 – 1999
10 GCSEs achieved 4 As,
(English and Mathematics – B, B)
St. Georges Hospital Pharmacy,
Voluntary Project –
Administration and IT consultancy Researched, developed and tested a new database for the organisation. Also provided customer service support and carried out stock maintenance
Frankie’s, Bath 2002 – 2004
Sales Consultant –
Part time/weekends/vacations Blue Star Agency,
Bristol 1997 – 2003
administrative and customer service roles.
Silver service waiting on,
packing and filing positions through Blue Star Agency.
POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Elected Hall Representative 2004 – 2005
Inducting new students and liaising with staff and students
to ensure the smooth running of hall life.
Farr Wood Under 11’s Support Coach
Support the coach in motivating, training and co-ordinating this group of enthusiastic footballers.
Football – Regularly play with hall team, coaching and watching national games.
Mr. J. Franks (Manager)
Bath BA4 3PL
Tel: 01225 411 123
Professor F. Rogers (Tutor)
University of Bath
Bath BA2 3RD
Tel: 01225 321 456