Volunteer Administrative Assistant @ Medical Examiner, Toxicology Lab
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Student Volunteer Laboratory Technician @ UC Santa Cruz Anthropology Labs
Certificate French as a Foreign Language @
Organized and reliable Law Clerk with strong time management and communication skills. Capable of completing a broad range of legal tasks in a fast paced, high pressure work environment. Critical thinker, work well both individually and collaboratively in teams, with minimal supervision. Has strong meticulous note taking, and record keeping skills. Speaks French at a fluid level,
Organized and reliable Law Clerk with strong time management and communication skills. Capable of completing a broad range of legal tasks in a fast paced, high pressure work environment. Critical thinker, work well both individually and collaboratively in teams, with minimal supervision. Has strong meticulous note taking, and record keeping skills. Speaks French at a fluid level, has customer service and payment intake experience. Holds a BA in Anthropology and a Law Clerk Certificate. Areas of recent study include: Real Estate Practices, Family Law Practices, Legal Research, Civil Procedure and Contract Law. Technically proficient in: Advanced Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Social Media, Basic Conveyancer and Divorcemate.
Legal Assistant @ From August 2015 to Present (4 months) Student CO-OP Work Placement @ Job shadows currently working clerks to gain a better understanding of the process of reviewing, filing issuing and certifying court documents, data entry and updating FRANK computer system, communicating with the public over the phone and at the court office counter, and providing administrative support. From May 2015 to August 2015 (4 months) Ottawa, Canada AreaSales Associate @ Gained customer service experience by working as a key holder, held a high level of responsivity solely opening and closing the store, processing payments at the cash register, and accurately restocked the store through detailed evaluation of the products. From April 2013 to January 2014 (10 months) English Teacher @ Gained organization and independent work skills through organizing and executing English as a second language classes for adults in a business on a temporary basis. Individually tailored English speaking classes at using my own discretion and judgment of student’s language abilities. From March 2013 to January 2014 (11 months) Student, Archaeology Field Excavation @ Honed multi-tasking, problem solving and research skills in a time pressured environment through the participation in a field excavation. Maintained strict laboratory organization and used analytical skills to identify and catalogue new findings. Presented findings to mission's museum stake holders in possible museum exhibit form. Created a workshop to introduce mission history to the general public.
Won Friends of Mission San Antonio, Scholarship Committee Award for the Summer of 2012 From June 2012 to August 2012 (3 months) Volunteer Administrative Assistant @ Learned administrative skills and time management through the preparation of specimens for lab send outs and the creation of case files. Pulled and reviewed physical as well as archived digital and microfilm files, redacted the files in order to send to families. Maintained file organization. From January 2012 to July 2012 (7 months) Greater San Diego AreaCollege Ambassador @ Obtained written and oral communication skills through acting as a liaison between prospective students, newly admitted students and the admissions office. Maintained front desk, communicated with the public via phone, email and in person. Maintained data entry, answered general inquires. Gained public speaking skills and critical thinking ability by aiding in the creation of university media and showcasing the university through guided tours to the outside community. From January 2011 to July 2012 (1 year 7 months) Student Volunteer Laboratory Technician @ Developed adaptability and ability to manage multiple priorities through cataloging, preparing and the maceration of skeletal specimens. Set project priorities, accurately and with minuet attention to detail maintained projects and followed procedure. From September 2011 to December 2011 (4 months)
Diploma, Law Clerk (Intensive) @ Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology From 2014 to 2015 Certificate French as a Foreign Language, French Studies @ Université Laval From 2012 to 2013 Bachelor’s Degree, Anthropology; biological studies @ University of California, San Diego From 2010 to 2012 San Diego Mesa CollegeSan Diego Mesa College Selina Wood is skilled in: Legal Documents, Legal Writing, Note Taking, Cash Register, Time Management, Microsoft Office, Leadership Development, Customer Service, Communication, Public Speaking, Data Entry, Data Management, Cash Handling, Critical Thinking, Team Leadership
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