I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and a Diploma in Information Technology. I am an able programmer (however, it's been a really long time since I did programming because there are little to no jobs available at all for my degree in my place); I am skilled in photo editing (Photoshop CS5, CS6 and CC); very proficient with MS Office Applications (I am willing to learn how to use other software/programs as well if needed) and I have a typing speed of 65+ WPM.
Proficient in the English language- written and a bit on the verbal side. I must, however, be honest: I am very introverted and haven't got much confidence with speaking English because I kinda overthink what I have to say and how I sound because I'd like to avoid grammatical errors or mispronunciation but oh well...I believe you get the picture. That's why I prefer typing/writing over speaking. But I would like to grow out of this weakness (self-doubting) of mine, so I fervently hope that my employer(s) can have patience over me.
I can follow instructions/tasks well and eager to learn new skills if necessary, and am very keen to details.
I am currently working as an office assistant at a high school (full-time), so for now I'm looking for a part-time or freelance job. I'm a hard-worker, and will do any means to not fail my employer(s).
I want a long-term, stable job where I can grow and be of great help in building your business.
I was a campus journalist during my high school years, with the English language as my medium.
Graphic design is my passion. I am a self-taught artist, and still continues to learn more. My deviantArt account: http://irapascua.deviantart.com/
I have done two(2) Computerized Inventory Systems as my theses in college. Both done in Visual Basic 6, with Microsoft Access as back-end database.
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