Computer literate, Degree holder of Bachelor of
Science in Computer Science.
Can do editing like in Photoshop, and I'm also good
at using Microsoft Word for encoding as well as excel and
can also speak and write using English, and I'm very much willing to be trained
and learn new skills. I was employed at Recruitment Agency for the past two
years for about six months in Davao City, Philippines. My job is to process the
applicant's document who wants to go abroad as Domestic Helpers, Nurses and
Drivers in Saudi Arabia. I was assigned there by our manager to keep employees'
files and data. During my on-the-job training in college, I applied to Social
Security System and was deployed there for three months to complete the hours
needed in our curriculum. The task given to me was to help clients with their
concerns about their insurance contribution and how to register online for them
to check their accounts using Android phones.
Currently, I am a part-time Script writer for a Cash Cow YouTube channel.
If ever someone views and reads my profile and thinks I’m one of the applicants
with the skills suitable for the available task you're posting, direct message
me at my
multitask job, not because I have the skill but based on my experience as an
employee and in my personal life.
For the time that I was employed, I worked at a Recruitment agency that processed documents for applicants who applied for domestic helpers, nurses and drivers that will be deployed in Saudi Arabia.
I'm currently managing three businesses printing services, selling motor parts and operating a mini mart by myself.
During my college days, I'm hands on in editing through Photoshop to past my subject. Until now, I'm still using Photoshop for the layout of tarpaulin purposes and ID pictures.
When I was still in college, I was a scholar student, and I was given the task of stock-taking kitchen tools that time to complete the hours I was going to render for my scholarship approval for tuition fee less.
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