Browse Jamaican Candidate Resumes - Bachelors Degree

Christopher Shelley

Phone Number * (876) 478-6059
Email *
2015 Venezuelan Institute Spanish Diploma


Multi Planning Projects & Implementation Ltd (MPPI)
• Co. Director Business Development Department and Operations Department

China Harbour Engineering Co ltd. and Jamaica North South Highway Company (JNSHC) (Assistant Manager) April 2014 to February 2016

• Coordinate and assist in the preparation and tracking of all contracts to and from JNSHC Contractors; also between internal and external departments of JNSHC.
• Coordinate Negotiations Process for all subcontractors through to contract signing.
• JNSHC procurement officer.
• Monitor contractual obligations related JNSHC’s Concession Agreement with GOJ.
• Environmental officer for JNSHC. (Coordinating of relevant reports and correspondence between GOJ agencies).
• Preparation of engineering reports for review of contractors’ works.

Jamaica North South Highway Company (Assistant to Manager and Engineer)
June 2013 to April 2014
• Coordinate, track and prepare correspondence to all stake holders in relation to construction of the North South Leg of Highway 2000.
• Review prepare comments on contract related issues such as Lease Agreements, Step in Agreements among others
• Monitor Contractual obligation related to Concession Agreement between Jamaican Government through NROCC with other state entities such as NEPA, WRA, NWC among others.
• Coordinate all Work Permit applications form application to receipt of said work permits.

National Works Agency Road Condition Technician
September 2012 to February 2013
• Collect road data on IDB project related to road conditions for the parishes of Westmoreland, St Elizabeth and St Andrew.

October 2011 to May 3 2012 Roll-Out Manager

• Coordinator of all Kingston Lucent Office Activities/ customer relations representative.
• Supervise shut-down operations

December 2010 to October 2011 PROJECT MANAGER

Lucent- Technology Jamaica (Telecommunications)

• Manage all Contracts/ POs related to all Projects undertaken in Jamaica related to Claro Jamaica
• Coordinate and supervise scheduled activates on a day to day basis according to Project Plans.
• Monitor material purchases and delivery to clients directly as well indirectly (installations and services for equipment delivered at a given location throughout Jamaica)
• Monitor operational cost ensuring consistency with projected project costs, including inter-departmental expenses.
• Monitor received and prepared invoices for client as well as subcontractors
• Assist in the design of project variables for new projects.

December 2009 to December 2010 PROJECT MANAGER

Alcatel-Lucent Jamaica (Telecommunications) manpower company Supplying Total Talent (Costa Rica).
• Coordinate and supervise scheduled activates on a day to day basis according to Project Plan.
• Monitor material purchases and delivery to clients directly as well indirectly (installations and services at a given location through out Jamaica)
• Monitor operational cost ensuring consistency with projected project costs, including petty cash on a daily basis.
• Monitor received and prepared invoices for clients as well as subcontractors
• Assist in the design of project variables for new projects.
• Act as Senior Project Manager in Project Manager’s Absence.

March 2009- December 2009 Jr. PROJECT MANAGER

Alcatel-Lucent Jamaica (Telecommunications) manpower company Manpower Maintenance Services (Jamaica).

October 2008- March 2009 Jr. PROJECT MANAGER

Alcatel-Lucent Jamaica (Telecommunications) manpower company Enterprise Welding Services (Jamaica).

• Coordinate and supervise scheduled activates on a day to day basis
• Monitor material purchases and delivery to clients directly as well indirectly (installations and services at a given location through out Jamaica)
• Monitor operational cost ensuring consistency with projected project costs
• Assist in the design of project variables for new projects.

August 2008 – October 2008 PROJECT COORDINATOR

Grace Kennedy Remittance Ltd.
• Assess and design a Direct to Bank Project (allowing for individuals to be able to send remittances directly to a bank account without visiting a Western Union location)
• Assess and evaluate cost savings if implemented along with implementation costs.

June 2007- August 2007 PROJECT MANAGER

Warren Weston Construction Ltd
• Monitor and Control for the refurbishing for the Control Centre at the National Water Commission.


National Works Agency for the International Development Bank
• Gather road conditions data.
• Enter data into the RMMS data base
• Prepare Reports through the use of the RMMS for use in road maintenance in Jamaica as well for the International Development Bank.

June 2007 Choices
• Help in the preparation and coordination of security for the Choices Expo.

Oct. 2005-Jun. 2006 SENIOR CLERK OF WORKS
National Works Agency
• Assist the Coordinating Manager to maintain records of all works carried out by the maintenance crews daily.
• Collect all data collected by the Clerks of Works and prepare reports for the project coordinator (Manager)
• Assist in coordination and supervision of all road patching crews.

• Research Assistant to Professor Patricia Anderson

June 2005 CHOICES
• Help in the preparation and coordination of security for the Choices Expo

• Supervisor for a small contingent of construction workers
• Assist in calculation of works to be carried out on site

• Supervisor of staff and translator


(876) 554-0874


Seeking to apply my abilities to fill the internship role in your company. I am a dedicated team player who can be relied upon to help your company achieve its goals, with
the view of promotion and being effective in serving my community and country.


2014 - Present Caribbean Maritime Institute
Norman Manley Highway
Palisadoes Park
Bsc. Degree - Customs Processes, Freight Forwarding and Immigration (Pending)

Sept 2009 - 2014 Convent of Mercy Academy 'Alpha'
26 South Camp Road
Kingston 4
9 CSEC - Seven ones and Two twos

Sept 2003 - 2009 Alpha Primary School
26 South Camp Road
Kingston 4
Graduae Certificate


July - August 2015 Data Entry Clerk
JAMINCO Import Export Company Limited/ Reliable Overseas Shipping
71 1st Street, Port Bustamante
New Port West
Kingston 15

July 2014 Data Entry Clerk
PSearch Associates Company Limited
Suite #5,
94N Old Hope Road
Kingston 6

Voluntary Service:

Community Development Centre
Assistant Secretary
December 2014 - 2015


Computer literate in : Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
Fluent in English Language


Ms. Shantelle Johnson Ms.Rosetta Phillips
Human Resource Manager Vice Principal/ Teacher
Jamaica Federation of Corrections RollingtonTown Primary School
(876) 328-7585 (876) 817- 3799


(876) 320-2375 • EMAIL: SUZZMYRIE2002@GMAIL.COM


An accounting oriented professional with strong administrative, training and computer skills, known for always displaying a calm demeanor whilst solving challenging customer service issues. Possess over ten (10) years’ experience in accounting, administration and other front line interfacing roles within the corporate environment.



• Accounts Payable duties (Local Suppliers)
• Administration of cheque preparation process – preparing / printing, circulating for signature, sorting and dispatching.
• Sorting and filing copies of cheques to ensure all cheques are accounted for.
• Preparing correspondences for bank transfers and to the Tax Collectorate
• Handling incoming queries (internal & external) and notifying local suppliers when payments are ready.


• Receive and direct incoming calls
• Take customer orders
• Handling customer queries and complaints
• Ensure adequate supplies of stationery for all locations
• Filing

Junior Directory Clerk, Shares Analyst, Junior Directory Service Clerk
• Assist with customer queries
• Data entry
• Filing
• Cellular Sales clerk
• Sort, date and dispatch staff shares and update shares accounts


• Type requests, letters, programmes
• Filing
• Assist various committees with planning of church activities


• Junior Secretary (Trainee)
• Relief Telephone Operator
• Relief Filing and Credit Clerk

• Microsoft Office & Trends Accounting Software & Make-up Artistry.
Sana Bashir

Address: 9 Wellington Drive
Kingston 6, Mona
Tel: 322-2067

OBJECTIVE: To secure a challenging position that allows me to contribute and expand my skills in accomplishing any given task in the field of business administration.

EXPERIENCE: Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (March 2007 –
Television Editor
Duties include:
• Video editing
• Minor administrative duties (prior to editing)

QUALIFICATION: University of Technology, Jamaica (2001-2005)
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
• Major – Business Administration
• Minor – International Business
Quality Academics (1999 – 2001)
Convent of Mercy Academy, Alpha (September 1994 – June 1999)
(7) CXC Subjects

SPECIAL SKILLS: Video editing, hosting television programs, conducting various administrative duties.

REFERENCES: Available upon request.
Shellice Daley

Tel: (876) 423-5291


Address: Mount Prospect District
Lincoln P.O


A social work practitioner with experience and commitment to utilizing skills in helping individuals, families, groups and communities in enhancing their individual and collective well-being through counseling and training which will be of value to the organization.


Northern Caribbean University (NCU), Mandeville
Bachelor in Social Work GPA 3.02 August 10, 2014

Proficient use in Computer- Microsoft Words, Excel, Access, PowerPoint
Data entry
Accuracy and speed
Competent Communication Skills- public speaking and presentations, competent proposal writer
Competent customer service skills


National Youth Service, December 2014
St. Elizabeth
Department of Behavioural Sciences (NCU) September 2014- October 2014
Assistant to the professor, Mrs. Marcia Higgins
Huntley Branch Library July 2014
Summer Camp Programme
Coordinator and Facilitator
Social Development Commission (SDC) January 2014-Apil 2014
Department of Behavioural Sciences (NCU) September 2013- April 2014
Assistant to the professor
Presenter for Social work Micro Economics
NCU work/study programme September 2009-2010 Hiram S. Walters Resource Center
Library aid

Involvement& Accomplishments:
President of the Hills United Police Youth club 2009-2010/ 2013- Present
Assistant Managing Director for Student Outreach Program & Socioeconomic Welfare Impactors
Certified Mentor
Honors award 2012-2013
Awarded Community Youth Ambassador- award 2013 for Youth Development
Certified Drug abuse Peer Educator
Volunteer at the Social Development Commission
Guest Presentations to youth groups
Public Relation officer for the Huntley Community Development Committee
Community service: Mandeville Public Hospital
Volunteer under the NCU Student Outreach Programme (SOP): volunteerism
assisting to design a learning manual for Social Work Economy


Mikael Phillips
Member of Parliament
North West Manchester
1 (876) 433 6515

Georgia Richards
Harmonds Primary School
1 (876) 897 7426

Vernessa Scarlett
Accounting Clerk
1 (876) 845-4665

Trudy-Ann Hyacinth Lawrence

Nine Miles
Calderwood P.O. St. Ann. Jamaica. WI
Tel: (1876) 850-2184 / 389-0146

OBJECTIVE: To always strive for excellence in whatever I do and to uphold the highest standards of my workplace.

EDUCATION: Escuela Internacional de Educación Física y Deporte – EIEFD
(International School of Physical Education and Sports)

Brown’s Town High School

Charlton Primary School

QUALIFICATION: Bachelors in Physical Education and Sports 2014 (teaching)

Diploma (Education)

Certificate in a preparatory curse of Spanish 2007

CXC General Proficiency 2006
English 1 (II)
English 2 (III)
Mathematics (II)
Social Studies (II)
Geography (III)
Integrated Science (II)
Clothing and Textiles (I)

CXC General Proficiency 2007 Secondary
Physics (II)

School Certificate (SSC) Continuing Level 2006
Science (5)
Mathematics (4)
Language and Communication (5)
Social Studies (5)
Clothing and Textiles (5)

EXPERIENCE: Alva Primary and Infant School (Volunteer) as a
Literacy Teacher
POST: Teacher
DATE: September 2014

Ganma Primary School (grade 5- Cuba) as a
Physical Education Teacher
DURATION: 2nd and 3rd School term
POST: Teacher practice
DATE: July 2014

9 de Abril Secondary School (grade 7-Cuba) as a
Physical Education Teacher
DURATION: 1st and 2nd school term
POST: Teaching practice
DATE: July 2011-2012

Stepney Primary and Junior High (grade 4) as a
NYS summer participant
DURATION: 3 weeks
POST: Assistant School Teacher
DATE: July 2005 & 2006

AWARDS: - Gold title in Bachelor of Physical Education and Sports (honors)
(EIEFD - 2014)

• Outstanding academic achievement in the field of Physical Education and Sports
(EIEFD-2012 & 2013)

• Integral student of the group for the month
(EIEFD-March -2011)

- Board of Governor’ Award for Excellence
• Deportment
• Best Performance in: English Literature
Integrated Science
Clothing and Textiles
(Brown’s Town High School - 2006)

REFERENCE: Mr. Glester Davis
Minister of Religion
Calderwood P. O.
St. Ann
Tel: 1876-421-4674

Mrs. Deverlyn Quest-Rosewell
Justice of the Peace
Eight Miles
Calderwood P. O.
St. Ann
Tel: 1876-369-3431

EXTRACT CURRICULUM - President of the Jamaican delegation (EIEFD 2010-12)
ACTIVITY: - Head of sports on the Caribbean delegation (EIEFD 2010)
- Member of EIEFD´s choir (EIEFD 2008-10)
- Participation in Caribbean Exhibitions (EIEFD 2010-12)
- Participation in forums (EIEFD 2011-14)
- Personal trainer in Nine Miles and environs (present)

Lot # 87 2 North
Greater Portmore, St. Catherine
Tel: (876) 293-8610           

Objective: To become a valuable contributor to the organisation through the execution of proper monitoring procedures in the interest of improved efficiency.

05/2014-Present Confectionery & Snacks (Jamaica Ltd), Logistics Coordinator

01/2013-03/14    Miah’s Farm & Hardware, Supervisor

12/2012-06/2013    M3S, Assistant Website Administrator  Uploading images, content and general administrative function

10/2008- 01/2013    Lannaman & Morris Shipping Ltd, Export Coordinator
Responsible for export documentation
Linking cargo with vessels
completing bookings in terminals system
Liaison with exporters regarding exports, to ensure efficient cargo movements
 preparing export manifest for terminals use

08/2006- 10/08    Lannaman & Morris Shipping Ltd, Import Customer Service Representative
Responsible for Nvocc & Liner vessel documentation Assist customer with validation
Liaison with customers & NVOCC principals regarding imports and preparing monthly financial reports

08/2005- 05/2006    E-Services Group International, Collections Agent,
CR Services (representing Woodforest National Bank, TX, U.S.A)
9G-9L Naggo Head, St. Catherine
Communicating with debtors by telephone, to recover funds from charged off checking accounts
Making payment arrangements to settle overdrafts
Accepting phone payments via debit/credit card and check.
Negotiating settlements, updating and managing files
Handling incoming calls from Spanish speaking debtors and maintaining contact to recover on said accounts.
06/2005 – 08/2005 Jamaica Agent Services Ltd.   Customer Services Rep. 7 East Tradeway, Portmore, St. Catherine
Handling incoming and outgoing calls (Sprint Cellular phone customers)
Assisting customers with bill payments by phone
Explaining bills and assisting with queries

09/2008-2012    Caribbean Maritime Institute
    BSc. Degree Logistics & Supply Chain Management

06/2006-present    Venezuelan Institute for Culture & Cooperation
    Diploma Conversational Spanish

2002-2005    Caribbean Maritime Institute
    Diploma –International Shipping & Logistics

1999-2000:    DB’s Technology & Designs
    Certificate-Business Information Technology

1996-1997:            Knox Community College
    Certificate-Business Studies    
    O’Level passes in English Language and Spanish

1991-1996:    Manchester High School
    C.X.C passes in – Principles of Business and Principles of Accounts

                    Excellent Communication skills
                    Efficient in MSWord and Excel
                    Ability to work efficiently independently and in a team Excellent multitasking & time management skills
       Microsoft PowerPoint

REFERENCES:Garfield Owen
Security Manager, Jamaica Broilers Group
Telephone: 876-383-5135

                Loxley Tulloch
                General Manager, Gateway Shipping
                Telephone: 876- 923-8581

                Ibraheim Ajagunna
                Director Academics, Caribbean Maritime Institute
                Telephone: 876-564-4494
Kishayne A. Williams

186 Brunswick Avenue
Spanish Town, St. Catherine
Phone: 1876-434-8656

To use my experience and knowledge to develop original and inventive solutions to create an efficient and effective work environment.

Professional Experience
2013 - 2014 Sildon Construction St.Catherine, Jamaica
• Drywall insulations
2013 Westmore College (Admissions officer) St.Catherine, Jamaica
• Interview, promote and registration works
2010 Boss Furniture Kingston, Jamaica
• Sawing, constructing / assembling, packing and deliver
2009 Eltham High School (stationery) St.Catherine, Jamaica
• Typing, filing and sales
Education & Certification
2012 – 2016 University of Technology
Currently Pursuing a Construction Management Degree

2009 - 2011 Jose Marti Technical High School
Caribbean Examination Council

Building Technology 1
English A 2
Geography 3
Mathematics 2
Technical Drawing 2

2004 - 2009 Eltham High School
Caribbean Examination Council
Information Technology 2
Integrated Science 3
Office Administration 3
Physical Education and Sport 1
Principle of Accounts 3
Principle of Business 3
Social Studies 2

• Football
• Reading
• Research
• Drawing
• Excellent Team Skills.
• Willing to try new things and am interested in improving efficiency on assigned tasks.
• Superb hands-on or technical skills.
• Basic PC Operations, Windows, Microsoft (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook)


Available upon request

To obtain a position in your institution, which will enable me to make a positive mark on young minds whilst educating utilizing great social skills and information obtained over time, thus helping children to develop holistically into worthwhile human beings.

International University of the Caribbean 2012-present (BED Prim.)
St. Joseph Teachers College 2008-2012( Hons.Diploma in ECE)
Garmex Heart Academy 2007-2008(certificate in ECE)
Insurance College of Jamaica 1991-1993
Jamaica Commercial Institution 1987-1989
William Knibb Memorial High School 1981-1986
Outstanding Parent, Greater Portmore Basic 2001
Outstanding Parent, Greater Portmore Primary, 2008

Work Experience
Greater Portmore Basic School (3months) 2008
Teacher’s Assistance (teaching practice)

Naggo Head Infant 2009 (Part time)
Early Childhood Educator

Little Angel Preparatory School 2009-2011
Early Childhood Teacher

Vaz Preparatory January 2012-April 2012
Teacher 3 months (teaching practice)

J.E.E.P. Program October 2012-Present
Trained Teacher– Triumphant Basic School

Volunteer Work
P.T.A. Executive Greater Portmore Basic School
Board member - Greater Portmore Basic School
Finance Committee Greater Portmore Primary School
St. Joseph Teachers College Fund Raising Committee Member and Student Representative.

Mrs. Winifred Whittaker, Senior Lecturer/Author, St. Joseph Teachers College 366-6114
Mrs. Holland-Edwards, Lecturer, I.U.C., 421-1502


Level 1 and 2 in Early Childhood Certification
Honours Diploma in Early Childhood Education
Interests and Activities
Educating, Travelling

Reading, surfing the net, watching the television and gardening

Computer Skills
Word Processing Skills
Power Point Skills

Licenses and Certificates
Conflict Resolution Management
Outstanding Parent, Greater Portmore Primary
Natisha Kadian Griffiths

869-4402(C), 372-6405(C)
16 Bonnie Blue flag Blvd Park, Spanish Town P.O., St. Catherine

To be part of a progressive, innovative and motivated organization that promotes quality professionalism and service that will enable me to build interpersonal skills and broaden my horizon.

University College of the Caribbean (U.C.C.)
Pursuing Degree in Business Administration
General Proficiency Mathematics II Vere Technical High School Five General Proficiency Subjects Principles of Business II Principles of Accounts III English Language III Social Studies III Type Writing III
2013 (Pending) 2009 – 2010
•Over 8 years experience as a Clerical officer and Secretary at O.D. McGregor Ltd (Contractor, Engineer and Architecture)
•Achieved Six subjects at the CXC- General Proficiency level •Working knowledge of Microsoft works and other applications necessary for the job

October 2004 – Present | Clerical officer/Secretary O.D. McGregor Ltd ( Contractor, Engineer and Architecture) – Prepared payroll on a fortnightly basis, accounts payable, various documents such as recommendations and letters to business associates, scheduled meetings and appointments, Record keeping etc.
Good communication skill and excellent interpersonal skills Ability to work on own initiative, excellent time management and capability to meet deadlines Adapt easily to new concepts and responsibilities
Mr. Robert Wilson R.L. Wilson & Associates- Manager 702-3046/999-2761
Melissa S. McLeod

32 South Monterey Drive,
Kingston 6
Cel: (876)540-0139/832-8131

OBJECTIVE: To contribute to the productivity and growth of the organization as well as customer service by
fully utilizing my skills in computer and experience as a Receptionist/Clerical Assistant and Customer Care Assistant

2012-2013 ACS, Xerox -April 2012-December 2012 (LIME Account)
Position: Customer Care Assistant
Duties: Gather information, resolves inquires and log customer calls.
Communicate appropriate options for resolution in a timely manner.
Informed customer about services available and access customer’s needs
Navigate customer account
Manage software tools
Route calls

2009-2009Jamaica Institute of Bankers
Position: Receptionist/Clerical Assistant
Duties: Liaise with I/T Technician to update website when required.
Prepare handouts for Bankers, Accountants, Managers, Directors for courses and Seminars on a timely basis. Graphics – Brochures, Flyers, Website etc.
Send out e-mails for Seminars
Supervise Workshops Customer Service- PSOJ in house Training

2007-2007Florida Aquastore
Position: Clerical Assistant
Duties: Scan and email documents
Order follow-up (telephone, email communications)
Accessing information via the Internet and Filing



2012- PresentInternational Universality of the Caribbean (IUC) (Perusing B.A. in Psychology part-time)
2006-2008Pre-University, (Taylor Hall U.W.I.)
2002-2006 The Queen's High School
2001-2002Montego Bay High School for Girls


English A 3
English B 2 Electronic Document2
Preparation & Management
Integrated Science 2
Visual Arts3


Literature in English Credit
Literature in English Credit
Sociology Credit
Sociology Credit


Award For Excellence

Certificate of Academic Achievement

Cake Baking, Pastry Making & Decorating


Avid reader, using the Worldwide Web to keep up with global affairs, Computer, Graphics gardening.


The ability to grasp and retain information easily and to use it to the best of my knowledge


Mr. Kirk Douglas
Senior Art Teacher
The Queen’s High School
4 Central Avenue, Kingston 8

Ms. Judith Leslie
Director, Human Resource
Acs, Xerox
1 Mangrove Way
Montego Bay
Tel: 684-9467

Dr. Ronald Robinson
Pre-University, (Taylor Hall U.W.I.)
Mona, Kingston
Tel: (876) 702-2405


Tel: 372 -3553
Address:Hampton Court, Golden Grove P.O, St Thomas, Jamaica

Professional Profile

It is my dream to use my talent and academic qualification to enhance and encourage professionalism in sports. I also hope to use sports and fitness to create a better Jamaica.


2007-2011 G C Foster College Physical Education and Sports
•2011 | Bachelor Degree in Physical Education and Sports
•2010 | Diploma in Teaching Education
•2009 |Certificate in Physical Education at G C Foster College
1999-2003 St Thomas Technical High School
•5 Passes at CXC General Proficiency
2003-2004 Mission Accomplish Institute
•Level 1 Certificate in Cosmetology


•Member of the National Floorball Team 2013 (Player)
•Coach for Morant Bay High School Junior 3rd Place winner in ISSA Netball 2012, 2nd Round
•Coach for Morant Bay High School Junior 2nd Place winner in ISSA Netball 2012 ,1st Round
•Member of the National CAC Hockey Team 2010 (Player)
•Netball member of G.C Foster College’s JNA Super League Team 2010 (SENIOR)
•Netball Team Member of G.C. Foster’s Intercollegiate Team 2008-2011
•Volleyball Team member of G.C Foster College’s Club Team: Scotia Defender Tournament, Bahamas in 2011
•Volleyball Team member of G.C Foster College’s Intercollegiate Team 2009-2011


•Integrated Science & Civics Teacher/ Coach| Paul Bogle High School | April 2013–Aug 31, 2013
•P .E/ HFLE Teacher / Coach |Morant Bay High School, St Thomas |Sept 2012- Dec 2012
•Substitute Physical Education Teacher/Coach |Alpha Academy for Girls | Sep2011-Jan2012
•Practicum Teacher |Linstead Primary& Junior High, Linstead | Jan2010–March 2010
•Practicum Teacher |Ascot Primary, Greater Portmore | May2009–June 2009
•Manager | Mr. Slick Barber Salon, St Catherine | Dec 2004 - May 2007


•Teaching skills
•Designing clothing and games for student (Very Creative)
•Good with computer programmes (Creating websites and Advertisements)
•Sport Orientated: an excellent Volleyball, Netball and Hockey player
•Excellent Communication skills
•Socialization skills
•Coaching skills


•JADCO Certificate2012Conference Auditorium
•Sportswoman of the year2012G C Foster College
•Captain Senior Netball team2011G C Foster College
•Outstanding Student of the Year2009 & 2010G C Foster College
•Class Leader2009G C Foster College
•Outstanding Center Player2005Portmore Netball Competition League
•Champion Girl 2000 & 2002 St Thomas Technical High School

On and off campus extracurricular activities and positions

•Alpha Senior Club Netball in the JNA 2012 competition and present
•G C Foster Club Volleyball 2011-present


Mr. Westney
VP of Academy/Lecturer/ MP
G C Foster College of P.E. & Sports

Mrs. Nicole Williams Duncan
Senior Teacher
Happy Grove High School

Address: 34 Newton Avenue Bridgeport, Portmore, St. Catherine
Email: •
Tel: (876) 867-9989
Skillful and dedicated Bilingual Secretary with extensive experience in the coordination, planning, and support of daily operational and administrative functions.
v Demonstrated capacity to provide comprehensive support for executive-level staff including scheduling meetings, coordinating travel, and effectively managing all essential tasks.
v Proven track record of accurately completing research, reporting, information management, marketing, and business-development efforts within budget requirements.
v Adept at developing and maintaining detailed administrative and procedural processes that reduce redundancy, improve accuracy and efficiency, and achieve organizational objectives.
v Highly focused and results-oriented in supporting complex, deadline-driven operations; able to identify goals and priorities and resolve issues.
v Proficient in Microsoft Office System, Microsoft Visio®, QuickBooks, Microsoft Windows® operating system, and Mac operating system; type 90 wpm with complete accuracy.
24 Parkington Plaza, Kingston 10 October 6, 2006-Present
Bilingual Secretary/Assistant Translator
• Translating various types of documentation such as Birth and Marriage Certificates, Contractual Agreements, Advertisements, Reports, etc., under the supervision of the Head of the Translation Department.
• Participated as a simultaneous translator in November 2009 conference held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.

237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6 July 19, 2004 – September 30, 2006
Administrative Assistant to the Programme Director
• To prepare documentation pertaining to the successful matriculation of students from community colleges to Utech
• To conduct research aimed at the accreditation of various academic programmes
• To arrange and attend appointments/conferences in the place of or with the Programme Director
• To create quarterly faculty newsletter
• To create databases for student profiles

Administrative Officer
Served as Administrative Officer for three Coordinators and the Resident Representative
l Directed all administrative and project support efforts. Developed presentations for annual conferences and scheduled all executive-level meetings and travel. Prepared bi-weekly time, expense, and travel reports. Prepared documentation for government agencies regarding data on Japan’s operations in Jamaica.

JOHN CROOK LTD. 1993 to 1997
Provide administrative support and customer assistance
l Compiled and analyzed data from monthly reports to prepare directors’ presentations to executive management. Developed internal correspondence that facilitated effective communication and transfer of information between departments.
• Played key role in creating log of vehicle repairs


l Bachelor of Arts Degree (Spanish)
University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Kingston 7

l Certificate of Training in Microsoft Excel 2000
Software Training Centre Ltd

l Certificate of Training in Microsoft Power Point 2000
Institute of Computer Technology

l Certificate of Training in Computer Graphics (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Pagemaker, Corel Draw, Macromedia Fireworks)
Institute of Computer Technology


Ms. Lisa Downie
Head, Translation Department
Language Training Centre
31 Half-Way-Tree Road
Kingston 5
CONTACT NO.: 926-0375

Ms. Lorna Wallace
Programme Coordinator,
Japan International Cooperation Agency
6 St. Lucia Avenue
Kingston 5
Contact No.: 929-4069
Nastassia Shaw

Address: Lincoln Road, Brown’s Town P.O. St. Ann
Phone: (876) 886-2917/ (876)422-7465

To gain experience in an organization that is well established and progressive, where my skills and knowledge can be extensively used and enhanced.
B.Sc. Teacher Education Northern Caribbean University January 2007-2010

High School Certificate Aabuthnott Gallimore High School September 2001-2006

School leaving Certificate Servite Primary School September1995-2001


Caribbean Examination Council (CXCs)
Caribbean History
English A
Food and Nutrition
Home Economics Management
Information Technology
Social Studies

Secondary School Certificate (SSCs)
Language and Communication
Social Studies
Food and Nutrition

Work Experience:
Sir Hiram S. Resource Center (Library Aide)June 2007- June 2010

Circulations and Information Desk
•Answering questions/queries and concerns.
•Assisting customers with finding information in the appropriate departments.
•Recording in information and resolving technical issues/disputes.

Open Stacks
•Assisting patrons in finding information.
•Answering questions and concerns.
•Filing, organizing and database control.

•Troubleshooting and resolving technical issues.
•Preparing employees payment slips and time sheets.
•Filing and data entry.
•Answering questions and concerns with accordance to the libraries policies and procedures.
Global Gateway Solutions Inc. (Customer Care and Sales Representative) May 2013
•Answering customer’s questions and concerns via the telephone.
•Solving customer’s problems by using the various systems and connections.
•Setting up, disconnecting and maintaining landlines, internet, and direct TV and cell phone connections.
•Working knowledge of Microsoft word, Excel, Publisher, Power Point and Internet Explorer.
•Strong interpersonal and team building skills.

Available upon request

Address: 6 Constant Spring Grove, Kingston 8, St. Andrew.
Tel: 805-7263
Sex: Female


My objective is to be apart of a motivated and driven work force; where my experience and qualifications can be utilized to assist in achieving the objectives of the organization.

Professional Experience

Oct. 2012 – May 2013Overseas Examination Commission

I have worked as a Receptionist/Clerical Assistant - part time for OEC. I have been employed temporarily as a Clerical Assistant/Receptionist; my duties entail me collating forms from candidates, scrutinizing these forms against the respective spread sheets and performing data entry. I also performed Customer Service duties.

1999 - 2011 National Commercial Bank of Jamaica Limited

I worked as a Bank Clerk at NCB in the Centralized Operation Unit for twelve years. During my tenure I manned several desks, and was cross trained in different departments within the unit. I was appointed the position - Anti Money Laundering Officer; where my duties entail me keeping staff abreast of the limits that customers have when transacting business with the bank as well as the penalties that they and the bank will face if they did not comply with these rules.
I was also a Social Club representative – this entails me putting on activities for staff members within my department, etc.


Currently pursuing UWI; Mona – Weekend Degree Programmes

BSc in Management (accounting)

2012A1 Training and Placement Institute
Receptionist course

2006 University College of the Caribbean
Computer Studies and Management

2003 Pre-University School, Taylor Hall, University of the West Indies.
Microsoft 2000 Applications

1998Overseas Examination Office
Mathematics and Principles of Business

1997 Excelsior High School
English Language, Office Procedures and Accounts.


Nesrodie Messardo – IT Manager

Louis Industrial Garage Limited,
9 Sterling Avenue,
Kingston 20.

Telephone: 880-6021

Karen Francis – Central Proof Supervisor

National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited,
Centralized Operations,
Central Proof Department,
1-7 Knutsford Boulevard,
Kingston 5.

Telephone: 376-5140
Jarrick Orlando Wright

Address: 30 Tower Avenue Kingston 11.
Tel: 1 876 387 8287

To use my experience and ability to work as a team player, to enhance productivity in any given organization.


2011-2012 Polyfoods Ltd Elgin Road, Kingston

Warehouse/Stock Supervisor
2006-2010 Superior Parts Ltd Hagley Park Road, Kingston

Sales Rep.
I. T. Assistant
Inventory/Warehouse Supervisor
Forklift Operator

2004-2005 Jamaica Livestock Association New Port West, Kingston

Warehouse Supervisor
Forklift Operator

2002–2004 Ringo Co. / Polyfoods Ltd Hagley Park Road

Store Room Supervisor
Forklift Operator

2008 University College of the Caribbean Kingston
• Computer Science and Management

1999-2001 Ebony park H.E.A.R.T Academy Tolegate, Clarendon
• Computer Science.
• Livestock Rearing.
• Crop Production
• Tractor Maintenance and operation
• Ornamental horticulture/Landscaping
• Food Processing
• Entrepreneurship Skills

1993-1998 Black River High School Black River.
• Technical Drawing
• Mathematics
• English Language
• Geography
• Spanish
• Principles of Accounts

Choir Director and member of the ONENESS Pentecostal Church Choir Member of the Black River High School 1998 De Costa Cup Team Member of the Dorothy Webber’s Basic School Board

References Available upon request.

Address: Well side Lane, Old Harbour PO. St. Catherine
Tel: (876) 539-1491/ 427-8767

To be a key member of staff at an efficient institution where my communication, organization and leadership skills can be effectively utilized.

• BSc. Dietetics/Nutrition
• NCTVET Certificate of competence in Call/Contact Centre Operations
• Seven (7) Caribbean Council Examination passes in English A, English B, Mathematics, Accounts, Chemistry, Biology, Food and Nutrition
• Filing, Data Entry, Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Adobe PageMaker (Desktop publishing)

(April 19- October 24 2012) May Pen Hospital
Dietetic Assistant (Temporary)

• Menu Planning and preparation of daily duty schedule
• Food service supervisor
• Nutritional Care management and Counseling

(February 19 – October 31, 2008) Savannah La Mar Public General Hospital
Dietetic Assistant
• Food service supervisor
• Nutritional Care management and Counselling
• Menu planning
• Nutritional Intervention and Evaluation
• Computation of Diet sheets
• Conducted Statistical Surveys
• Wrote weekly requisitions for the department

(Oct 2007 – Dec 2007) Jonathan Grant High School
• Human and Social Biology to CXC
• Physics To CXC
• Integrated Science to CXC

[AUG 2006] Nursing Council of Jamaica
Research Assistant
• Interviewed patients at the Spanish Town Hospital
• Documented patients’ perceptions of the nursing care received

VOLUNTARY EXPERIENCE: 40 hours of UTECH Mustard Seed Project for disabled children where I provided assistance to care giver.

(2003 - May 2007) University of Technology, Jamaica
BSc Dietetics/Nutrition

Other Related courses include:
• Advanced Communication
• Clinical Nutriton
• Food Costing
• Quantity Food Production 1 and 2
• Food Microbiology
• Culinary arts 1 and 2
• Nutrition Education
• Food service systems management

Dietetic Externship:
January 2007 to May 2007.
The program consisted of 3-weeks of foodservice and 12-weeks of clinical rotations. The program entailed:
• Meal preparation supervision
• Recipe standardization
• Nutritional and biometrical Assessment
• Nutritional Counselling (HIV+ individuals, diabetics, hypertension etc).
• Provision of individualized meal plans

[May 2001- Aug 2001] International Information Processors
Module 1 Call/ Contact Centre Operations






Address: 242 2West, Greater Portmore, St Catherine
Phone: (876) 852-9450

To obtain a position in the Hospitality industry, where I can complement a team as an articulate team player, who is committed to support and improve the growth and profitability of the organization. To be given an opportunity of applying both my theory and practical knowledge in launching a successful career within an organization.
Computers and Administration: Proficiencies include Microsoft Offices (Excel, Word and Power point), internet research and applications and Parliamentary procedure/principles in meeting and events.
Personal Attributes: Focused, strong team player, high energy, speaks basic French, attention to details, multi-task oriented, flexible, and possesses the ability to adapt effectively to challenging and emergency situations as well as the willingness to learn.

St. Brownstone Marketing and Entertainment Management Ltd May 2012- August 2012
Conducted Telemarketing and Sales Promotion for different clients
Assisted in the Planning and Execution of various events for different occasions
Performed general administrative tasks as needed
Customer service and Reception agent
Couples Sans Souci May 2011-July 2011
Intern/ trainee
Housekeeping Management
Front Office Management
Guest Service Management
Plan and coordinate special events and meetings
Sales and Marketing including wedding Coordination
Dining Room and Restaurant Supervision
St. Ann Social Development Commission July 2008-August 2008
Surveyor/ Intern
Conducted Socio-economic surveys for Community development
Planned and organized meetings and special events
Performed administrative duties including filing, answering the telephones and entering information into the company’s database
Ann Bauxite Company June 2006-July 2006
Production Payroll Clerk/ Intern
Created pay slips for employees
Organized and planned department meetings and events

University of Technology, Jamaica 2009- 2013
Bachelors of Science Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management
Major: Hotel and Resort Management

Brown’s Town Community College 2006-2008
Arts and Social Sciences Certificate
Seven passes in CAPE levels 1&2
(Communication studies, Literatures in English, Sociology, Geography and Caribbean Studies)
Advanced Proficiency Diploma

Westwood High School 2001-2006
High School Diploma
Seven passes in C.X.C
(English Language & Literature, Mathematics, Social Studies, Human and Social Biology, Agricultural Sciences, Geography and basic French

Chairman for Management of Meetings and Events 2013
Secretary for the University of Technology Tourism Action Club 2012- 2013
Certificate of participation in Revenue Management at the International Conference on Business, Hospitality and Tourism Management 2012
Advanced Proficiency Diploma for the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination
Certificate of completion for Art and Social Sciences 2008

References available upon request.



Address: #72, Norbrook Drive, Kingston 8. Jamaica W. I.
Cell: 1-876-997-0937
E-mail :;


Professional Profile

I am a dedicated and highly motivated Attorney-at-Law with excellent dispute resolution and liability management skills with extensive knowledge of the legal issues within the field of Administrative Law, Commercial Law, Utility Regulation Law (including inter alia, Telecommunications, Power, Water and Transport), with specific service provider and regulatory administration experience in Telecommunications Law. I possess outstanding interpersonal, communication and crisis management skills, as well as the key strategic and analytical abilities required of a legal and regulatory professional.

Job Objective

It is my desire to augment my present range of legal and regulatory competencies whilst using my operator and regulatory experience and initiative to meet the challenging requirements of the incumbent role thereby adding value to the organization as a whole.

Key Technical Skills and Computer Experience

Research: Internet, Westlaw, and Lexis/Nexis

Software Proficiency: Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Access, and various Office suite and internet applications including Netscape, Internet Explorer, Safari and Firefox.

Operating Systems: MS-Windows XP/Vista and all relevant updated versions presently in use, MacOS

Special Skills: Typing, document rendering and Legal Drafting (including Opinions, Regulatory instruments and Draft Legislation, Analysis and Case Management, Operator and Regulatory Litigation management, Regulatory Dispute Resolution.

Key Legal Competencies

Specialised knowledge of: Administrative Law, Utility Regulation Law, Competition Law, Corporate Law, Conciliation and Mediation, Dispute Resolution, Regulatory Litigation.

Excellent knowledge of legislation including the Office of Utilities Regulation Act (as amended), The Telecommunications Act (2000), The Electric Lighting Act (1890), The JPS All-Island Electricity Licence (2001), The National Water Commission Act (1963), as well as the other relevant sector specific legislation that inform the activities and responsibilities of regulatory entities and utility service providers.

Conversant with: The Supreme Court of Jamaica Civil Procedure Rules, Court of Appeal Rules, Government of Jamaica Procurement Rules.


June 2004 to Present: Office of Utilities Regulation – Senior Legal Counsel

Counsel providing legal support services and advice to the Office and all relevant stakeholders in areas including inter alia: Utility Regulatory Law, Administrative Law, Regulatory Litigation as well as the Common Law in the Commercial, Telecommunications, Water, Power and Transport Sectors.
 Prepared documents such as, inter alia, Drafting Instructions to amend the Transport Authority Act in order to reflect the Office’s remit regarding setting rates and fares in the Transport Sector as well as the relevant Licensing provisions of the Telecommunications Act.

 Responsible for the preparation of Rules of Practice and Procedure, including such Rules governing the manner in which the OUR discharges its regulatory mandate pursuant to the Office of Utilities Regulation Act (as amended), as well as other sector specific legislation.

 Responsible for the drafting of Enforcement Orders, Memoranda and Directives to utility service providers with a view to securing compliance with the Office’s directions on key regulatory issues.

 Responsible for assisting the OUR’s Legal Department in litigation preparation including Briefs to external counsel and submissions, both internally and during liaisons with external counsel.

 Responsible for assisting the OUR’s Legal Department, and officers of the OUR in general with sundry legal advice and direction in the resolution of public interest issues, consumer liability matters and utility service provider disputes.

 Responsible for assisting the OUR in matters of Procurement, Requests for Proposal (RFP) exercises and Tender submission processes with a view to ensuring compliance, transparency and legal appropriateness whilst limiting potential exposure in evaluation exercises and bid/tender assessment.

Key Regulatory Training and Conferences including inter alia:

• Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) training in Numbering.

• Telcordia Technologies Training Seminar in Regulation & Numbering

• Utility Regulation and Strategy Training Program conducted by the Public Utility Research Centre at the University of Florida (- received Gator Scholar award)

• IP3 Institute Training seminar on Regulating Quality of Service.

• Jamaica Employer’s Federation Workshop on Conciliation and Mediation

• Goulet Telecoms training courses on Interconnection Principles and IP Interconnection

• Presented regulatory paper at 4th OOCUR Conference on the topic “The Regulator’s Duty to Act Fairly” in Grenada

• Interconnect Communications Regulatory Master Classes on: (1) Next Generation Networks and (2) Interconnection Principles.

• Presented regulatory paper on: “Elements of the Legal and Regulatory Framework supporting Renewable Energy in the Jamaican Jurisdiction” at the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) Forum: “Promoting Renewable Energy Development” in Costa Rica.

• ADR Group Certificate in Dispute Resolution Management

• Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) training courses on Licensing, Interconnection and Price Regulation in a Converged Technology and Licensing Environment

• International Law Institute (ILI) Certificate in Mediation & Arbitration, Georgetown, Washington D.C.

January 2002 to June 2004: Cable and Wireless Jamaica Ltd. – Legal Regulatory and Public Policy Division- Legal and Regulatory Advisor

Legal advisor responsible for litigation, fraud investigation and control, spectrum management, licensing and licence enforcement, interconnection, carrier services, customer services, customer provisioning and repairs, customer claims and complaints, liaising with the Office of Utilities Regulation, Spectrum Management Authority and other governmental and non-governmental bodies, attending conferences related to assigned areas of responsibility along with internet law, competition law and numbering administration and assignment.

August 2001 to January 2002:– Cable and Wireless Jamaica Ltd. – Business Effectiveness Division- Senior Business Analyst:

Attorney responsible for drafting service level agreements and formulating service hierarchy processes to promote overall efficiency within the organisation.

Summer 2000: Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions - In- Service legal training and apprenticeship.

Responsible for writing legal opinions on wrongful death cases, extensive research on Search and Seizure legislation, participating in criminal litigation, visiting crime scenes with the Police in order to assist in collating of forensic evidence, general legal research and practice.

Formal Qualifications:

Admitted to practice at the Jamaican Bar (2001)

University of the West Indies, Norman Manley Law School (1999-2001)
Legal Education Certificate

University of the West Indies, Faculty of Law (1996-1999)
LLB. Degree (Bachelor of Laws)

University of the West Indies, Faculty of Humanities. (1993-1996)
B.A. Degree (Bachelor of Arts- Upper 2nd Hons.), Major: Literatures in English.


Cable and Wireless Jamaica Scholarship (1996)

Jamaica Government Exhibition Scholarship (1994)
Member of the Jamaica Bar Association

Personal Details

Date of Birth: 5th August, 1974

Nationality: Jamaican

Marital Status: Engaged

Interests & Activities

Member of the Royal Jamaica Yacht Club

Currently include: Music writing, recording and performance, Poetry, Film and Art

Basic Spanish


Address: 3 Dublin Castle Close Gordon Town St. Andrew P.O. Box 02 Jamaica
Contact # (876) 370-7922

•To be continuously acclimatized to the working world and gain more people skills.
•To make a solid contribution and positive impact in the establishment that gives me an opportunity.


Skills: Communication skills, Excellent record keeping and File management, Problem solver, Experienced in sales representation, Certified Lifeguard.

Platform Applications: Microsoft Office: Word/ Excel/ Power Point/ Publisher, Apple Macintosh, Windows Vista/ XP/ 2000, QuickBooks accounting software.


2001-2008St. Andrew High School for Girls
2010-2013University of the West Indies –The School of Physical Therapy


•Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (C.A.P.E)
4 subjects

•Caribbean Examination Council (CXC)
8 subjects

MacDonald’s Restaurant (2003-July- August)
•Coordinator of parties
•Service to customers

Phoenix Veterinarian Clinic (2004-July to August)
•Assistant in assessments and medical procedures

Movie Shac (2006-June to August)
•Sales Representative
•Attending to and creating a comfort zone for customers
•Front Desk Attendant

The National Stadium Pool (2007- June to August)
•Lifeguard duties
•Assistant in Administrative Office

Petroleum Cooperation of Jamaica (PCJ) (2008-July to August)
•Assistant to Manager in the Audit Department
•Transfer of information

Rainbow Awnings (2008-Present Christmas & Summer holidays)
•Experience in Accounts & Billing Department
•Expedite Office Sales
•Edit/Update mailing list for dispatch of items.
•Package Christmas cards and gifts as well as organize bearers for delivery.
•Sales Representative

Digicel (2010- August)
•Advertising products

Kingston Public Hospital (2011- July- August)
•6 week Clinical Practice within Out-Patient Physical Therapy Department.
•Heavily assessed on: Professional Behaviour & Attitude, Communication & Interpersonal Relationships, Problem solving Processes, Patient Evaluation & Synopsis, Integration of Academic Knowledge, Programme Planning, Administration & Management skills and In Service/ Case Presentation.

Dr. Terri-ann Samuels ‘Therapy by Terri’ (2012- August to September)
•7 week Clinical Practice
•Heavily assessed on: Professional Behaviour & Attitude, Communication & Interpersonal Relationships, Problem solving Processes, Patient Evaluation & Synopsis, Integration of Academic Knowledge, Programme Planning, Administration & Management skills and In Service/ Case Presentation.


•School Prefect – 2005-2006
•Swimming Instructor – 2006-2008

•(2001-2005) School Citizenship
•Music Awards- Four certificates for outstanding progress in violin and piano
•(2000-2006) Member of Jamaica’s National Team- Synchronized Swimming.
2003 Carifta-Silver Medallist
2004 CISC- Bronze & Gold Medallist
2005 Carifta- Bronze Medallist
2006 CISC- Gold, Silver and Bronze medallist
2006- Award for the Most Improved Swimmer

DATE OF BIRTH:March 18, 1989
GENDER: Female

HOBBIES: Commercial modeling, drawing, reading, organizing my surroundings, constantly seeking academic & monetary opportunities, cycling & swimming.

PHONE 876-478-5598 (DIGI) •

A position that allows me to utilize, exercise and develop my skills and knowledge for the advancement of the organization, myself and my country.

Currently Studying: (on leave of absence)
University of the West Indies, Mona 2012-2015
Master of Arts Degree (Communication Studies) …Pending

Previously Studied:
University of the West Indies, Mona. 2009-2012
B.A. Media & Communication (Upper Second Class honours)
Core Courses: Introduction to Research Methods, Communication Analysis and Planning, Visual Communication, Entrepreneurial Skills in the Communication Industry, Multimedia Production, AR3XO-Research Course, Writing for the Media & Communication and Culture and Caribbean Society.

Kingston College 2007-2009
Four (4) CAPE Subjects: Sociology, English Literature, Communication Studies & Caribbean Studies.

UNICEF Jamaica:
Trained on the use of Communication for Development (C4D) in Parent Support Programming. (October 2014)

November 2014 - Present
Customer Care Agent (Digicel)
Duties Included:
• Having and providing in-depth knowledge of the company’s product, promotions and services offered.
• Providing world-class customer care service to each customer who calls for assistance.
• Excellent Problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
May 2014
Summer Work and Travel Program: Food and Beverage Manager at Kings Dominion Theme Park (Virginia, USA).
Duties Included:
• Speaking with guest and ensuring that their complaints are met with a fair and comforting solution
• Supervising each line employee and ensuring that they work to the best of their abilities at each specific task I assign to them
• Ensuring the proper and correct operation of the restaurants that I am assigned to supervise daily.
• Improving the work ethic of staff workers and the overall functioning of each restaurant I am assigned to.

May 2013
Summer Work and Travel Program: Food and Beverage Manager at Kings Dominion Theme Park (Virginia, USA).
Duties Included:
• Speaking with guest and ensuring that their complaints are met with a fair and comforting solution
• Supervising each line employee and ensuring that they work to the best of their abilities at each specific task I assign to them
• Ensuring the proper and correct operation of the restaurants that I am assigned to supervise daily.

May 2012
Summer Work and Travel Program: Rides Operator at Canobie Lake Park (New Hampshire, USA).
Duties Included:
• Guest service and continues interaction with guests
• Safety of each guest on the ride
• Proper operation of each ride I am operating

August 2011
U.W.I Mona – Registration Assistant
Duties Include:
• Registering new students and teaching new students how to register and choose their courses

March 2010
Sales Representative – Jamaica National Bank (JN),
Duties Include:
• Informing members and potential members of the new and innovative ways of banking at JN
• Surveying persons by way of questionnaires about JN

June 2010
Intern at Ministry of Tourism - Communications Department
Duties Include:
• Organising old communication documents in chronological order
• Assisting in promotional activities

August 2010
U.W.I Mona – Orientation Assistant
Duties Include:
• Taking students around the school and showing them the different facilities and departments in the school.
Highly competent Computer skills (Microsoft Word Suite, Illustrator, Web Design, SPSS, Photoshop), Excellent Interpersonal skills (people skills), Excellent time management, Organizational skills, Adaptability.

- Public Relations Officer – (Young Adult Ministry (Y.A.M), 2014-2015, New
Testament Church of God)

- Treasurer - (Circle K, 2011-2012 UWI MONA)

- Class Representative – (Multimedia class at UWI MONA, 2010-2011)

- Class Representative – (Multimedia class at UWI MONA, 2009-2010)

- Director – (Circle K, 2009-2010 UWI MONA)

Pastor Nigel Martin
Minister of Religion
New Testament Church of God
65 Waltham Park Road,
Kingston 11
Ph: (876-804-2980 cell) - (876-923-5653 work)

Saccsha Ebanks MSc.
Centre Manager and Restorative Justice Field Officer
Ministry of Justice
NCB South Tower 2 Oxford Road,
Kingston 5
Ph: (876-789-4373 cell) – (876-564-5689 work)

Livingston A. White, PhD
Carimac, UWI, Mona Campus
Ph: (876-276-6156 cell) – (876-977-2111 work)

Orville Milton Tomlinson

Haughton District
Lacovia P.O
St. Elizabeth
Telephone: (876) 391-8379

Professional Profile
Nationality: Jamaican
Marital Status: Single
Career Objective
To contribute significantly towards nation building by being a positive role model to my society, also to guide in developing high morals and maintaining integrity. To later become a successful Education Officer and maintain high standards in schools across the island.
Personal Profile
I am a dedicated and focused individual who endeavors to maintain high personal, professional, and work ethics, and who is always willing to try something new to ensure that all my objectives are met. I embark on any assigned task with zeal and passion.
Skills Summary
 Excellent inter-personal skills.
 Competent in the use of computer aided tools, and a people person.
 High Professional Standards and working attitude.
 Communication skills - verbal and written
 Listening skills
 Problem analysis and problem-solving
 Attention to detail and accuracy
 Adaptability

Ardenne High School Teaching Practice: January 2013- April 2013
 Educator
Funtown Splashtown USA
Saco Maine, USA J1 Student Worker: 2011- 2014
 Maintenance Worker

High School Assistant teacher (NYS)
Lacovia High September 2009- February 2010
 Assistant Teacher
The Mico University College 2010 – 2014
 B.Ed. Degree in Physical Education

Black River High School 2008-2009
 CXC Certificate

Lacovia High School 2003-2008
 CXC Certificate
Electrical Technology
Social Studies
Religious Education
Technical Drawing
Integrated science
English Language Information Technology

Extra Curricular Activities & Awards:
 United States Department of States: Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs International Exchange Alumni 2014.
 CCI Greenheart Global Leader 2014
 Students Council Member of the Year: The Mico University College 2014.
 Outstanding Contribution to Public Service: The Mico University College 2014 .
 Outstanding Contribution to The Mico University College Student Guild 2014 .
 Member: Council Member: The Mico University College 2012- Present.
 The Glen Owen Hall Chairman: The Mico University 2012- Present.
 The Mico University College Rotaract Vice President: 2012-2013.
 The Mico University Rotaract Club President: 2013- Present.
 Centre for Culture Interchange (CCI) Greenheart Cultural Ambassador Scholar April 2013- April 2014.
 Member of The Mico University Students Council Ethics Committee: 2013-Present.
 Member of The Mico University Students Welfare Committee 2012-2013.
 The Mico University College Female Cricket Team Manager: 2010-2012.
 TVJ School Challenge Quiz Player Black River High School: 2009.
 NYS Participant: 2009-2010.
 TVJ School Challenge Quiz Player Lacovia High School: 2008
 TVJ School Challenge Quiz Player: Black River 2009

Mr. Altamont Salomon
Senior Lecture and Head Of Department
Physical Education
The Mico University College
1A Marescaux Road
Kingston 5
Telephone: (876) 438-4198

Mrs. Mitchel Reid
Justice of the peace/ Senior Lectures
The Mico University College
1A Marescaux Road
Kingston 5
Telephone: (876) 451-9452

Miss Janet Guy
Physical Education Department
The Mico University College
1A Marescaux Road
Kingston 5
Telephone: (876) 391-8379

Demi Salmon
60 Dumfries Crescent
Morant Bay P.O.
60-64 Arnold Road
Kingston 5
Jamaica, West Indies
1 (876) 840 4692

Objectives: To be an astute learner within a healthy work environment where I can utilize my skills and knowledge efficiently for further growth, development and inevitable success within any institution/organization I may be apart of. To instruct, motivate, and mentor future professionals in a dynamic global society. To excel in my field through hard work, research, skills and perseverance. To succeed in an environment of growth and excellence which provides me job satisfaction, self-development and help me achieve personal as well as organization goals.
Professional Skills: Classroom and Behaviour Management
Competence in completing given tasks
The ability to adapt to/in different environments
The ability to work comfortably with persons having differing personalities
The ability to motivate team members to achieve given/desired goals

2010-2014: The Mico University College
Bachelor of Education Degree in Primary Education (pending)
Specialization: English Literacy

2003-2010: Morant Bay High School
CSEC: Mathematics, Human and Social Biology, English A, English B, Social Studies, History, Spanish.
CAPE: Communication Studies, Caribbean Studies, Sociology (Unit 1 and 11), History (Unit 1 and 11)
March 2012: Electoral Office of Jamaica
Local Government Elections (Poll Clerk)
December 2011: Electoral Office of Jamaica
General Elections (Assistant)
June-August 2010: Essentials Super Centre (Customer Care Representative)
1 Debtor’s Lane
Morant Bay P.O, St. Thomas.
Professional Experience: 3 months teaching practice
January - April 2013
DuPont Primary and Infant School (Student Teacher)
10 Olympic Way, Kingston 11
Community Service: Rotaract Club Beach Cleanup, Usher (Thanksgiving Service of the late Honourable Dudley J. Thompson)
Extra-Curricular Activities: Former Vice President of the Society of Cultural Awareness (SOCA) Club, Student Councilor (Morant Bay High School),Assistant Unit Leader(The Mico University College Errol Miller Hall),The Mico University College Debating Society, The Mico University College Rotaract Club, Head of Editorials, Opinions and Views (The MicoScope).
Hobbies: Reading novels, composing poetry and writing short pieces, socializing with friends and meeting new people.
References: Available upon request.

Paula Prince

Objective:To advance my career goal of becoming a General

Profile:Meticulous, efficient, result-oriented individual with over ten years working as an Administrative professional providing exceptional service to both management and clients. Experience working with a diverse population of students, staff and other liaisons in-person as well as through written and electronic correspondence. Proficient user of computer applications including MS Excel, MS PowerPoint and SPSS. Motivator and team-player committed to achievement, efficiency and satisfaction.
CommunicationCreative SkillsCustomer Service
Database AdministrationOrganizational Presentation

Administrative Assistant; Admissions Section, UWI, Mona Campus: Aug 2001 – Apr 2013
•Administered the Banner Student Add-Ons and Implementation Project as a Functional Team Member working directly with the Office of the Principal.
•Managed the processing of applications to Undergraduate Degree Programmes.
•Managed the processing of applications to the Special Admissions Programme.
•Generated reports on Admissions data for various departments including the Office of the Principal and Heads of Departments.
•Counseled and advised prospective recruits and parents.
•Marketed the UWI through school visits, job fairs and seminars by preparing and presenting material to Guidance Counsellors and prospective students.
•Prepared and presented training material on BANNER Student and Add-ons programme to staff members.
•Prepared and presented guidelines on the online applications process to Guidance Counsellors and prospective students.
•Networked across Departments, University Centres and Partner institutions verbally, electronically as well as in-person.
•Processed requests received by and considered by the Academic Board Sub-Committee on Student Matters.
•Attended meetings; recorded and prepared minutes from meetings for review.
•Received and responded to queries from students.

Functional Team Member; Banner Student and Add-ons Implementation, Student Records Unit, UWI Mona Campus: Jun 2005 – Dec 2005
•Conducted trouble-shooting exercises in Banner Student and Add-ons database.
•Populated various Lists of Values in Banner Student and Add-ons database.
•Trained members of staff in Undergraduate and Post-Graduate Sections of the Registry.
•Generated reports for Faculties and Departments on request.

Clerical Assistant; Admissions Section, UWI, Mona Campus: Aug 1996 – Jul 2001
•Executed the processing of applications to Undergraduate Degree Programmes in the Faculties of Social Sciences and Engineering through the UWIDEC.
•Executed processing of applications for scholarships and bursaries.
•Communicated with Donors on recipients’ progress.
•Managed the processing of applications to the Special Admissions and International & Inter-Campus Exchange Programmes.
•Counseled and advised prospective recruits and parents.
•Networked across Departments and University Centres.
•Processed requests considered by the Academic Board Sub-Committee on Student Matters.
•Received and responded to queries from students.

Examination Clerk; Examinations Section, UWI, Mona Campus: Aug 1997 – June 1999
•Executed the processing of examination scripts and marksheets for students registered in the UWIDEC and Challenge programmes.
•Executed the processing of degrees and certificates for graduating students.
•Liaised with Examiners, Dean and Site Coordinators.

B.Sc. Economics and Management Studies: UWI, Mona Campus – 2005
Diploma in Sociology UWI, Mona Campus – 2007
M.Sc. in Sociology (Social Policy and Administration): UWI, Mona Campus – 2011
Diploma in Teaching: UWI, Mona Campus – pending

•Executive member of the Mona Non-Academic Staff Association (MONASA)
•Member of the Caribbean Tertiary Level Professionals Association (CTLPA)
•Member of the Hampton Old Girls Association (HOGA), Jamaica Chapter
Tia Lotoya Cross

200 Henry Morgan Drive Hellshire Heights Portmore St Catherine Jamaica WI
Tel# (876) 322-4888 email:


•Planning and organizing
•Planning activities
•Classroom organization
•Resource management
•Student motivation
•Student discipline
•Curriculum planning
•Classroom management
•Customer service
•Customer retention
•Computer skills


•Team orientated
•Student focused
•Relationship building
•Reliable and consistent
•Flexible attitude
•Communication skills
•Time management
•An eye for detail
•Excellent communicator
•Tactful & articulate
•Problem solving
•Excellent organizational skills
•Team player

Professional Profile
Eager to bring primary students into the twenty-first century using a unique combination of education experience coupled with 4 years’ customer service experience.
•Holds a Bachelors Degree in Primary Education.
•Experienced in use of the Internet and Microsoft office.
•Dedicated to enthusiastic and dynamic teaching as a means of creating and nurturing a lifelong love of knowledge in children.

Bachelors degree in Primary Education
•St Joseph’s teachers’ College August 2008-2010
Diploma in primary Education
•St Joseph’s Teachers’ College August 2005-2008
•NCTVET certificate in cashiering
•Certificate in computing
Computer Skills
•Microsoft Word, excel, powerpoint, publisher
•Working knowledge of the Internet

Meadowbrook Preparatory
Classroom teacher September2011-November 2011
•Plan and instruct each subject area using wide variety of teaching aids.
• Motivational and implementation of strategies to engage students in active learning.
• Incorporate learning modality principles into classroom and individual instruction.

Portmore Missionary Preparatory
Classroom teacher January 2009 - August 2011

Responsible for assisting in the educational and social development of pupils under the direction and guidance of the Principal. In charge organizing classes and responding to the strengths and needs of students during lessons.
•Planning & delivering well structured lessons which engage & motivate students.
•Planning and organizing visits, field studies and special activities connected with the teaching of the subject.
•Supporting the school in delivering the curriculum effectively.
•Managing resources effectively and ensuring appropriate value for money.
•Organizing and supporting a range of extra-curricular activities.
•Achieving and maintain high standards of care and education.
•Planning, preparing and reviewing the school curriculum with other staff.
•Ensuring all Health & Safety policies are implemented and adhered to at all times.

Phil’s Hardware
August 2002-August 2005
Working as part of a team in a busy and dynamic hardware store. Was involved in cashing and billing customer various items need for home improvement. Responsible for responding effectively to the diverse needs of each customer.
•Bill and cash customers order
•Communicate promptly any queries customers have about their orders.
•Helping customers to process their orders.
•Telling customers about various products.
•Building relationships with customers.

Restaurants of Jamaica (KFC)
May 2001-August 2002
Professional Development
•Able to work on own initiative as well as part of a team.
•Able to create a vibrant and effective learning environment
•Familiar with a variety of approaches to teaching pupils.
•Having the ability to motivate and earn the respect of students.
•Excellent spelling and grammar and a flexible hard working attitude.
•Excellent listening and verbal communication skills.
Professional Affiliations
•Jamaica Red cross
•Circle k club of St Joseph’s Teachers’ College
Positions held:
•Lieutenant Governor
•District convention chairperson
Universities and colleges Christian fellowship
Positions held:
•Vice president

Available upon request

Address: 6 Silvera Terrace Kingston 7
Tel: 876-375- 9913 (D) or 876-784- 2859(C)


To maximize on all my acquired skills and innate abilities to serve and empower all within the scope of my service in tandem with established organizational goals, being a good team player and networking with professionalism.


University of the West Indies (August 2009 – December 2012)
Bachelor of Science in Social Work
Merl Grove High School (September 2007 – July 2009)
5 CAPE subjects include: Communication Studies, Caribbean Studies, Literatures in English, Sociology and Law

St. Hilda’s Diocesan High School (September 2002- July 2007)
8 CSEC subjects include: Literature, Mathematics, English Language, Social Studies, Spanish, Biology,
Chemistry and Electronic Document Preparation Management

Experiences/ Practicum

•Social Worker/Mona Baptist HELP Ministry (October 2011- May 2012)
oConducting assessment interviews, counseling sessions and home visits
oEarning commendation in the development of treatment and action plans
oPlanning and executing activities for clients to motivate and effect socio- economic and behavioural changes.
•Emerald Beach Resort (June 2011- September 2011)
oCleaning condominiums
oAssisting my supervisor with walking and checking the rooms
oAssisting in inventory
oAssisting in making the roster for workers and preparing reports for the manager

•Social Development Officer/ National Housing Trust (January 2011- April 2011)
oConducting investigations and formulating reports
oAttending and coordination community meetings and community visits
oFiling and record keeping
oPlanning and executing activities with creativity and thoroughness.

Key Skills

Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Power Point, excellent interpersonal, communicative, organizational and leadership skills and gets the job done efficiently and effectively.

Co- Curricular Activities

Prayer Secretary UWI University and Colleges Christian Fellowship (2009- 2012)
Secretary, Treasurer and Prayer Secretary Inter- Schools Christian Fellowship (2005- 2009)
Students’ Council President, Secretary and Advisor to the National Secondary Student Council- Instrumental in the development of the NSSC Constitution (2006-2009)

Interests and Activities
Writing short stories, poetry and songs and meeting people


Mr. Leon Harris
Director, Mona Baptist- HELP Ministry

Mr. Bryan Cowan
Principal, Academy of Hospitality Services
850- 238-

Mr. Sherliroy Jackson
Social Development Officer, NHT- Ocho Rios

Mrs. Gillian Dilworth
Minister, Global Impact International Ministries
954- 0145

Address: 43 Giltress Street, Kingston 2• Rollington Town
Tel: (876) 836-6846/928-8384

•Self motivated individual with a strong background in operations and quality management systems.
•Demonstrated ability to identify and understand problems and to determine the appropriate measures to take to solve those problems.
•Highly experienced in conducting research and writing reports.
•Seek out new responsibilities irrespective of reward and recognition.
•In depth knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices and OSHA.
•Reliable and sociable person who quickly learns and masters new concepts and skills.

Quality Assurance Assistant, Federated Pharmaceutical 2008-present
•Coordinate and conduct GMP internal audit for Production and Process Control and for all departments.
•Evaluate manufacturing issues and packaging line techniques and suggest recommendations to the Technical Manager
•Conduct in-process checks on all tablets/caplets/capsules in the Making Department to ensure that products are free from any defects and are within specifications.
•Conduct Packaging line inspections to ensure that products are being packaged with the required volume/quantity as well as to ensure that products are packaged correctly with the necessary packaging materials and information.
• Conducts physical tests on all tablets/caplets/capsules which include the following checks: Weight variation, friability, disintegration, hardness and thickness.
•Document and maintain all work instructions and specifications.
•Maintain all Material Safety Data Sheets.
•Assist with special projects and other duties as assigned
Clerical Assistant, Federated Pharmaceutical 2005-2007
•Document all quality related procedures and maintain such records.
•Assist in preparation of reports.
•Assist in the preparation of procedures for auditing purposes and HACCP/ISO related procedures.
•Maintain filing systems.
•Photocopy documents as required and circulate as directed.

•Effective Team player
•Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
•Strong analytical & problem solving skills (using Quantitative & Qualitative data)
•Excellent Organizational skills
•Expert Microsoft Office user
•Report writing skills


(2007-2012) University of Technology, Jamaica, Bachelor’s Degree of Business Administration; Double Major: Production& Operations Management &Finance & Banking (Upper Second Class Honours): Key Modules:
•Project Management
•Risk Management
•Financial Management
•Financial Analysis
•Corporate Finance
•Securities Analysis
•Portfolio Theory & Investment
•Production & Operations Management Issues & Analysis
•Operations Planning Scheduling & Control
•Logistics & Supply Chain Management
•Occupational Health & Safety Welfare
•Total Quality Management
•Service Operations Management
•Operations Strategy
•Strategic Management
•Management of Innovation & Technology
•Introduction to Costing
•Introduction to Business Spanish
(1996-2001) Kingston College
•5 CXC’s

(2006) The Quality Jamaica Project, Bureau of Standards, Jamaica
•Certificate of Attendance : Documentation for an ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System
(2009) The Quality Jamaica Project, Bureau of Standards, Jamaica
•Certificate of Participation : Documentation & Procedure Writing


•Played a pivotal role in helping Federated Pharmaceutical to accomplish ISO 14001:2004 certification thus resulting in reduced cost of waste management, savings in consumption of energy and materials and improved corporate image among regulators, customers and the public.
•Investigated production issues and suggested recommendations which resulted in a reduction in wastage in terms of raw materials and other inputs.


Mr. Robert Edwards
Production Planner (Federated Pharmaceutical)
Telephone: 564-0014

Ms. Nadine Francis
Quality Assurance Manager (Virginia Dare Limited Jamaica)
Telephone: 847-5578

Address:#31,Wellington moore, kingston,jamaica
Mobile:(876) 4833918
E-mail: &


Quest to work with an organization, that enables me to cope with the emerging as well as the latest technology and which gives me the scope of widening the spectrum of my knowledge.

Professional Experience:

Worked as a Resource Executive in New Era india Consultancy for a period of 1 year from june 2010 to may 2011 .

Worked as a guest lecturer in Bapuji hi-tech college, Davanagere. Taught Basic electronics for a period of 6 month.

Roles And responsibilities:

- Sourcing & Short listing of resume through various portals, networking, references, internal database.
- Sorting and screening profiles based on requirements from the Clients
- Scheduling interviews and follow up with the candidate
- Maintaining the skill set and database of experienced candidates
- Experience with the process of creating candidates profile, submitting for job, checking short-listing & interview status, confirming interview, checking placement status.
- Responsible for providing best of the candidates to the client within the minimum possible response time.
- Responsibilities include targeting individuals and professionals for profile matching against customer requirements.
- Complete closure of the candidate & coordinating with the candidate for giving them details of joining
- Preparing invoice
- Schedule client meeting to understand the requirement, schedule interviews, discuss profiles, collect status of candidates, and positions put on hold.
- Ability to pick multiple profiles for multi skill requirements
- I have been involved in End to End Recruitment Solutions


BE-EC (2008) from bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology College under Visvesvaraya Technological University with 60.63%.

10th +2 (PCM) having an aggregate of 60% from ASV College, Davanagere affiliated to Pre university Board, Karnataka

10th having an aggregate of 62.88% from BEA High School ,Davanagere affiliated to Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board


Programming Languages : C.

Databases : Oracle.

Assembly Level Languages: Microprocessor 8085, 8086 and 8051 Microcontroller.

Areas of Interest:

Logic Design, VLSI Circuits and layout designing, Software Testing.



Project Robotic Fire Fighter.

Sponsor Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology

Role Debugger and Programmer

Duration Feb 2008 to June 2008

Software used Assembly language of 89C51

Description RFF is designed to extinguish the fire automatically .The RFF makes use of water as fires extinguish elements.The entire system is controlled by a microcontroller and associated circuitry. Whenever fire flames are detected by the sensors , the RFF makes a phone call in order to intimate the concerned person about the fire outburst in the surrounding and it tries to extinguish the fire.


Actively participated in Project Exhibition and won 2nd prize for the same in the State Level Technical Fest “Sukriti 08”,organised by Dept. of Computer Science & Engg. at B.V.B College, Hubli

Participated in Chess in the inter collegiate competion held at v.v.c.e mysore and got runner up prize.


Date of Birth : 3rd August 1986.

Father’s Name : Late Shankarappa.K.N.

Mother’s Name : Shardamma.G

Language Known : English, Kannada,Telgu and Hindi.

Permanent Address : #705, Kempegowda main road, BHEL 2

Stage ,R R nagar, Blore 98

Marital status : Married


I hereby declare that the above-mentioned information is correct up to my knowledge and I bear the responsibility for the correctness of the above-mentioned particulars.


Place: Bangalore (Kavitha.S.S)
Samantha Stephany Thompson

Address: Lot 410 3 East, Greater Portmore, St. Catherine, Jamaica.
Home: (876) 989-2806
Cell: (876) 882-5278

University of Technology (September 2011- present)
Media Technology Institute (July 2011)
Holy Childhood High School (September 2006- June 2011)

Qualifications: Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (General Proficiency)
Caribbean History - Grade 1
Social Studies - Grade 1
Mathematics - Grade 1
French - Grade 2
English A - Grade 1
English B - Grade 1
Human and Social Biology - Grade 1
Religious Education - Grade 1
Principles of Accounts - Grade 1

The Media Technology Institute
A certificate that certifies my completion of 64 hours in Presentation and TV Production Techniques.

University of Technology
Bachelors of Arts in Communication, Arts and Technology (presently pursuing)

Caribbean Examinations Council – Clerical Assistant (June - July 2013)
Caribbean Examinations Council – Clerical Assistant (June - July 2012)

Greater Portmore Junior Center – Assistant Tutor (September- November 2011)
Media Technology Institute- Assistant Tutor (August 2011)
Greater Portmore Junior Center- Assistant Tutor (March- May 2009)

I enjoy listening to music and I love to dance. I also have an interest in playing the keyboard/piano. I also enjoy writing as I won first place in the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference Essay Competition- Senior Division in May 2011.

Nadine Murray
Media Technology Institute
Caenwood Center 37 Arnold Road,
P.O. Box 9,
Kingston 4, Jamaica W.I.

Pastor Maria Drummond
Fresh Fire Ministries International
3-4 Carnation Drive,
Braeton St. Catherine
622- 5248 & 319- 6396
Cortia Wellington

Address: Paul Mount District Above Rocks P.O. St. Catherine
Phone: (876)-426-1917 or (876)-806-7825

To work in a dynamic business environment that enables me to utilize my current skills and foster development of new skill sets.
University of Technology, Jamaica - Part-time 2009 - Present
●School of Business Administration
Bachelor in Business Administration

Above Rocks Vocational Training Centre St. Catherine 2007-2008
●National Vocational Qualification of Jamaica Certificate
Data Operations Levels 1 & 2

St. Mary’s College 1997-2002
● School Leaving Diploma
● 8 CXC Passes


Above Rocks Vocational Training Centre October 2006 - April 2013
Administrative Assistant
Accounting Clerk
Office Clerk
•Provide excellent customer service.
•Reconcile and monitor inventory items
•Submit suppliers’ invoices and goods received note/delivery slips to
accounts department for payment.
•Enter internal requisition electronically
•Source items for purchasing.
•Maintain accurate filing system.
•Prepare and submit required reports in accordance with established
procedures and timeframe.
•Reconcile and monitor accounts receivable
•Receive payments from clients; prepare and issued receipts and generate sales invoices.
•Disburse petty cash, balance and request reimbursement of float as require.

Skills•Excellent verbal and written communication, and interpersonal skills;
•excellent planning and organizational, and research skills;
•Competent in the use of Microsoft Office Suite;
•Competent use of Great Plains Accounting Software, Peachtree complete accounting
Active Member of the Workplace Health and Safety Committee. Member of the community youth club and netball team

REFERENCES Available upon request


Address: 18 Roehampton Drive, Kingston 19
Jamaica, West Indies
Tel: (876) 294-9177 (Digicel)

To effectively contribute to community development through the creative and efficient use of technology incorporating the visual and performing arts; while bridging language and cultural differences and assisting individuals in becoming independent, confident and socially aware citizens.

 I currently possess a Certification of Recognition of Caribbean Community Skills from the Ministry of Labour in Jamaica, as well as a Jamaican driver’s license. My work experiences involve working with children and adults from different cultures, beliefs, learning styles and abilities. I have also tutored persons with speech impediment, those who are hearing and visually impaired, have mild to moderate disabilities (particularly reading difficulties), physical disabilities as well as behavioural and emotional disorders. I have coordinated and co-ordinated several children’s camps, and have been a founder and executive member of various community volunteer groups/ associations. I am apt and willing to participate in the creation of new opportunities for our youth as we seek to develop and implement plans and programmes geared towards maintaining and elevating the country’s current status in the Millennium Development Goals.

1. Afterschool Special Education Tutor: Mathematics, Reading and Comprehension, Calligraphy, Speech Therapy, Spanish
January 2013 – July 2013
Grades: 5, 7, 10

2. Special Educator/ Spanish Teacher, September 2011 – December 2012
Employed to CCA Limited, teaching at The Pelican School (international school) / The Canouan Government School (state owned)
Courses: Special Education, Spanish, Drama, Paraprofessional/ Teaching Aide
Grades: Kindergarten - 6

3. Teacher Aide, September 2000 – July 2001
Ardenne Preparatory School
Courses: Paraprofessional/ Teaching Aide
Grades: Kindergarten – 5

1. Universidad de Ciencias Pedagógicas, Rafael María de Mendive
B.Ed., Special Education, 2010
Concentration: Special Education
Thesis: Alternative teaching strategy for contributing towards the development of reading comprehension in third grade students with mild mental retardation from the special school “Karl Marx” from the municipality Pinar del Río, Cuba.
- Awarded in 2005 at a scientific fair for the most creative and useful teaching aid.
- Secretary of the Association of Jamaican Students in Cuba between the years 2006 to 2007 of the division in Pinar del Rio.
- Active participant in various presentations and galas. Excellent skills in planning and organizing as well as being a good team player.
Activities and Societies: Association of Jamaican Students in Cuba

2. Mico University College
Diploma, Mild Disabilities, Special Education, 2004
Concentration: Mild-Moderate Disabilities
Activities and Societies: Sign Language Club, Drama Club

- composing poems and short stories
- creativity in the performing arts and in Art and Craft
- developing teaching aids
- outstanding ICT skills and is fully confident and consistent in using Microsoft Office, tablet, digital camera and scanner technologies
- coordinated and implemented several children's camps
- have been an active participant, and member of the executive board of several High School and College clubs and societies; presently the assistant secretary of the Havendale/Meadowbrook Citizen’s Association. In 1998 and 1999, founded and coordinated the Roehampton Drive and Neighbouring Communities Youth Group.
- Since 2000 I have personally tutored over 10 children and adults, privately, in Mathematics, Spanish, Language Arts (with major emphasis on reading and comprehension) and Behaviour Modification.

 Proficiency in Spanish and can teach English as a second language. Also possess elementary proficiency of Portuguese and French.

 Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), art & craft, poetry and story writing, drama, sign language, travelling, languages and culture.

- Special Education Teacher at the Mico CARE Summer Programme (2011)
- Volunteer Receptionist at Jamaica AIDS Support for Life (2008)
- Head Teacher of Ministry of Finance and Planning, After-Care Summer Programme (2007)
- Teacher and co-ordinator of Church and Urban Renewal Enterprise (Organization of Holiness Christian Church) Computer and Arts Summer Camp (2004-2006)
- Administrative Assistant - Lasco Foods Limited (2002, 2003)
- Vacation Bible School (VBS) teacher (1998, 2000)
- Founder and coordinator of Roehampton Drive and Neighbouring Communities Youth Group (1998-1999)


Clarence Peart

Address: 171c East Finchly Rd. South Heaven, Yallahs P.O., St. Thomas, Jamaica W.I
Email: (876) 418-1812
D.O.B:January 28, 1991 Sex:Male Marital status:Single

To impact positively on the overall productivity of your organization through innovative and strategic engagements.

Qualifications:B. Sc. in Environmental Physics-Pending
The University of the West Indies, Mona (2010-2013)

Ten CAPE units (Inclusive: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Food & Nutrition, Caribbean Studies and Communication Studies)
Ardenne High School Sixth Form (2008-2010)

Eight CSEC subjects (Inclusive: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Information Technology, Technical Drawing, and Spanish)
Ardenne High School (2003-2010)

Awards/Merits:Awarded in the Ardenne High School’s Prize Giving for outstanding performance in the CXC CAPE Examinations (2009)

Awarded in the Ardenne High School’s Prize Giving for outstanding performance in the CXC CAPE Examinations (2008)

Paul Bogle Scholarship Recipient (2003 & 2008)

Work Experience:
Operations/Facilities Office A.Z. Preston Hall
UWI, Mona (2013-present)
Kingston 7

Phillip Sherlock Centre of Creative Arts
UWI, Mona (2012-2013)
Kingston 7

Office of the Prime Minister, Chancery and Protocols
Jamaica House (2011)
1 Devon Road, Kingston 6

Voluntary Service
Experience:Music Captain and Senior Member
Quilt Performing Arts Company (2012-present)
Mona, Kingston 7

Cluster Representative (Olympia)
A.Z. Preston Hall (2012-2013)
U.W.I., Mona

Logistics Coordinator
Preston Entertainment and Cultural Ensemble (2012-2013)
A.Z. Preston Hall, U.W.I., Mona

UWI REACH Mentorship
University of the West Indies (2011-2012)

Craig Town Mentorship Programme (2011-2012)
A.Z. Preston Hall, UWI, Mona

Executive member
Project Bloom (2009-2011)
Yallahs P.O, St. Thomas

Vice President (2009-2010)
Interact Club
Ardenne High School

Senior Prefect and Prefect
Ardenne Prefect Association (2007-2010)
Ardenne High School

Skills:I have led numerous teams in various projects, written numerous proposals and guided successful negotiations. . I am computer literate, technological savvy, analytic and creative individual. I am also an avid sportsman, singer and organizer


Ms. Jacqueline Pinto
Ardenne High School (Upper School Vice Principal)
10 Ardenne Road, Kingston 10
Mrs. Julie Heath
Harvest Hill Christian Preparatory School (Principal)
Botany Bay, St. Thomas

Dr. Lindy Jones
A.Z. Preston Hall (Student Services Development Manager)
U.W.I. Mona
Tevonille Dunchie

Address: Mount Charles, Mavis Bank P.O St. Andrew
Tel (876) 390-6565 Email:

To use the skills, knowledge and experience I have gained through tertiary study and student teaching experience to educate and provide students with the necessary learning they require to develop in today’s society. I have a strong interest in all areas of education and I am passionately committed to promoting a positive and dynamic learning environment for all students I come in contact with.

Education and Qualification
2009- 2013 Bachelors of Education Degree in Primary Education, The Mico University
College Pending

1999-2004 Excelsior High School
CSEC Qualifications:
English A
English B
Principles of Business
Principles of Accounts
Caribbean History
Professional Experience
January 2005- January 2006 Touchpoint Centre International , Telemarketer, Customer Service
April 2006- December 2006 People’s Telecom, Telemarketer

January - April 2012 Louise Bennett Coverley All Age School, Teaching Practicum
May 2011- August 2011 Caribbean Examination Council (CXC), Clerical Assistant
June 2010- July 2010 Caribbean Examination Council (CXC), Clerical Assistant

Extra-Curricular Activities
Member of the UNESCO Club
Member of the Mico’s Netball Team
Voluntary Experience
Reading Program; Louise Bennett Coverley All Age2012
The Mico Youth Counselling Centre’s Homework Programme 2011-2012

Reference (s)

Name: Mrs. Joan Davis Williams
Occupation: Lecturer
Telephone Number: 1876-461- 1223

Name: Steve Harding
Occupation: Police Officer
Telephone Number: 1876-384-8872
Verna Valentine

Address: 12 Plantain Avenue, Hagley Park P.O.,
Kingston 11.
Tel: 901-0207 (h) 778-1872, 568-4447 (c)
Email: or

To attain career in Marketing, preferably in brand/event management.

Date of Birth:
March 2, 1976

A pleasant individual who is creative, team oriented, results driven and

Good networking skills
-Excellent verbal, written, organizational and interpersonal skills
-Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher
-Ability to multi-task efficiently while paying attention to detail.

Affiliation:Optimist Club of North St. Andrew – President (2012-2013)
(Chairperson – Childhood Cancer Campaign)

2010 to 2013 - HI-LO FOOD STORES
Marketing Officer
-Prepare monthly progress reports on campaigns to ensure effective
Departmental communications.
-Schedule in-store promotions
-Assist the Brand Manager in implementing the marketing strategy with specific objectives and targets.
-Provide store support
-Form the direct line of communication between internal and external parties
-Oversee the production and completion of the weekly advertised specials
-Develop promotional plans (to include marketing plans)
-Design promotional flyers and brochures for in-store use
-Co-ordinate and organize promotional events (off site & in-store)
-Maintain relationships with vendors and media partners.
-Organize and attend events such as conferences, seminars, receptions and exhibitions
2007 – 2010- HI-LO FOOD STORES
Administrative Assistant
-Ensure that all government regulatory certification are up to date
-Co-ordinate the purchase and supply of stationery to the stores.
-Provide administrative support to senior management team
-Organize travel arrangements for senior managers
-Supervise janitorial staff and ensure that the offices are properly maintained.
-Supervise the receptionist and ensure that the service levels are maintained and in accordance to company policies.
-Schedule weekly and monthly management meetings
-Take minutes of meetings

Receptionist & Telephone Operator
-Maintain general operations of the switchboard
-Cheque disbursements
-Provide customer service duties
-Process the receival of stationery
-Disseminate incoming correspondence
-Maintain attendance registers of a staff of over 80 persons

-Process internal and external correspondence
-Prepare cheques
-Schedule meetings and appointments
-Take minutes of meetings
-Perform general administrative duties critical to the overall running of the office.
2011CARIMAC (Caribbean Institute of Media & Communications)
Event Planning
Certificate of Merit

Supervisory Management

Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing (Cum Laude)

Associate Degree in Business Administration (Cum Laude)

Hotel/Restaurant Management Correspondence Programme

Certificate, Secretarial Studies


References: Available upon request