I've worked as a Quality Assurance Specialist for print advertisements and websites, had some experience with Photoshop, led a team of Quality Assurance Specialists and Web Designers for my first company. I worked there for almost four years. There, I proved my flexibility, attention to detail, and eagerness to learn new things/skills. That's also where I learned how amazing Excel can be.
I've also worked as a Junior Web Content Writer but only for seven months. I've always loved writing but I would prefer writing for one company/business instead of submitting multiple articles or press releases for different companies.
Then I worked as a Senior Operations Specialist for almost three years. There I mostly do administrative tasks like plotting schedules, checking staff attendance and creating reports, but also did a bit of other duties like having meetings with our clients, answering their inquiries related to staff management and sometimes giving them advice on how to move forward, conducting coaching sessions with the staff, and liaising with other departments within the company.
Now I work part time as an Online English Tutor.
I'm currently looking for a long-term and stable job where I can also learn new skills that I can either use to improve my performance or myself. I can work independently and with minimal supervision but can also function well in a team.
As a Team Lead and Senior Operations Specialist, I have about 4 years experience with office and administrative tasks.
My first year working at my first job, we had an English-Only Policy. The remaining years, although we no longer have this policy, English played an integral role in achieving quality output from advertisements to web articles, and also in communication with the clients and, at present, my students.
Even though writing is my passion, my work experience for me is still insufficient to claim proficiency.
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