I consider myself a opportunity seeker, who will never be okay with going unnoticed no matter what my role is. From my first day at the University of Washington to present day, I have always maintained the goal of finding a career that I am truly passionate about. My passion for athletics helped fuel the beginning stages
I consider myself a opportunity seeker, who will never be okay with going unnoticed no matter what my role is. From my first day at the University of Washington to present day, I have always maintained the goal of finding a career that I am truly passionate about. My passion for athletics helped fuel the beginning stages of me accomplishing this goal. Through my different work experiences so far, I have been able to develop strong interpersonal communication skills. I pride myself in my ability to easily connect with a wide array of people and build strong, lasting relationships relatively quickly. I also feel that my consistently high levels of enthusiasm and confidence allow me to constantly strengthen my entire skill set on a daily basis without ever plateauing. I truly believe the best way for me to do any type of job is to find all the ways in which I can make myself irreplaceable at that position.
Working for a company that I am enthusiastic about will forever be my top priority as I see my career progress. I do not know what exact career path I will go down just yet, but I know that I do not plan on ever settling with something that I am not excited about.
Key Arena Suite Concierge @ Run and operate all 58 suites during entertainment/sports events at the arena using the highest level of customer service. Manage the suite level will call and resolve any ticketing issues suite patrons might have. Troubleshoot all questions/problems any customers or event staff have and effectively communicate the answers as clearly as possible. Collaborate with both internal/external organizations such as: Seattle Center, Staff Pro, Seattle Storm, SU Athletics, Rat City Rollergirls, Pac-12, NCAA, Live Nation, PBR, WWE, etc. From January 2014 to Present (2 years) Digital Media Assistant @ Created digital content for fan development/recruiting properties and other owned media channels. Designed web pages and conducted web management with the latest updates/edits for GoHuskies.com on the NeuLion Digital Platform using HTML and CSS. Designed graphics on Adobe Photoshop for GoHuskies.com’s articles and news stories to increase viewership. Created weekly, monthly, and quarterly analytics reports using Microsoft Excel and Google Analytics to inform the Manager of Digital Media/Internet Services of the digital trends within GoHuskies.com. From June 2014 to June 2015 (1 year 1 month) Promotions Team @ Assisted in the execution of station contests, events, and promotions. Liaison between the listeners and the station and representative of station at every event/broadcast. Helped set up broadcast remotes, banners, and arranged promotional material. From April 2014 to June 2014 (3 months) Pro Shop Staff @ Checked in golfers, ran POS, and sold merchandise (with commission incentives). Answered phone calls, made reservations, and announced the order of the 1st tee on the intercom. Collected and filed sign-ups for golf tournaments including the Seattle Amateur. Managed golf cart attendants and was put in charge of the entire course whenever the Head Pro and Assistant Pro were not there. From April 2012 to September 2013 (1 year 6 months) Driving Range Staff @ From October 2012 to April 2013 (7 months) Golf Cart Attendant @ From March 2011 to August 2011 (6 months)
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Communication, General @ University of Washington From 2012 to 2015 Associate of Arts (AA) @ South Seattle College From 2009 to 2012 Colin Byrne is skilled in: Microsoft Office, Communication, Customer Service, Teamwork, Sales, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Social Networking, Social Media, Public Relations, Public Speaking, Web Design, CSS, Golf Courses, HTML
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