I have worked in customer service for 10 years and also have been doing hospitality for 3 of those years, I also have a full time office job.
I bartend presently in a busy Auckland restaurant.
I also intern as a media assistant. Work involves editing footage, research, and getting coffees.
I worked as a volunteer in several big events in Brazil at the Gay Parade and Tourism Fair, participated in the organization and promotion to the disassembly of the event.
I started working life after school in radio working my way through on air broadcasting, audio engineering, administration, management and communications.
I left media to train as an actor in my late 20’s. During my training I worked a lot in hospitality and retail as a character host, event manager, barista and MC.
Also worked infrequently on temp jobs with film crews, data entry, labouring, painting and hospitality.
My professional experience is within administration; Reception, Student Services, Master Data, etc. All my work experience has been heavily customer service based having worked in areas such as sport, tertiary education, engineering and property management. I am capable working within a team and autonomously, I am a quick learner and pay great attention to detail.
Trained actress at Guildford school of acting England. Worked professionally for 7 years in and out of hospitality and event work for companies such as Invisible Events. Confident to use transferable skills from acting in different work environments in role play and front of house roles. Competent waitress/ bar tender and also personal assistant. Very organised and reliable.
I’m an experienced social worker. Skilled in public speaking at all sorts of events and venues, to groups of all sizes and interests. I’ve written and facilitated training courses, workshops and seminars. I enjoy event management and being the hostess with the mostess. I have retail experience and excellent customer service skills.
Promotion work also work at Te Pou Theatre. Front of house and behind the scenes.
Sales Manager at Dick Smith Electronics
I began working for a Kohanga Reo immersed in Te Reo Maori. After moving to Auckland in early 2016 i began work for a number of positions from Children’s parties, dressing up as spiderman and batman on occasions while doing weekly refugee support work at Mixit Charity out at Corban’s Estate, creating bonds in our 2 our creative classes which involved something different each term, ranging from spoken work practice to dance classes all with proper industry tutors coming in to share their time.
I have a service background, law enforcement & amp; teaching experience from Los Angeles. I have worked in public relations and advisory positions in LA for political parties. In NZ I have worked in factories peeling potatoes, pick packing, and as a personal trainer at a cross fit gym in Auckland. I have worked in retail as a manager for a furniture store, and in call centre environments inbound & outbound as a sales person and customer service representative.