I have just finished two years in Japan on the prestigious Jet Programme, where I led an art and design group, curated and participated in several art show, organised intercultural events, and grew to semi-fluency in Japanese.
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I have worked many jobs in the past, and have a particularly strong background in administration. I have 100wpm typing speed and experience in taking minutes, data entry, and writing reports. I am familiar with both PCs and Macs and am more than comfortable with the Microsoft Office Suite, as well as with the Adobe...
I am a freelance artist, illustrator, designer, and admin extraordinaire. I graduated with a Bachelor of Design with Honours at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand. I specialised in Digital Media, Graphic Design, and Illustration. I combine the creativity of an artist with the logical and calculating mind of a coder and tech-capable individual.
I worked at Te Papa, the official museum of New Zealand for over 6 months in 2012. There I worked for the Strategic Asset Management Team as a data enterer and general administrator. I took minutes, did filing, and whizzed my way through data entry so fast they couldn't keep up with me.
I was in Japan from 2012-2014, teaching English and training fellow Assistant Language Teachers. There I set up the group Kansai Style and organised and curated several art shows which you can view in my portfolio. The ease of planning and organising from my administrative jobs helped create and manage the group, as well as the events I planned.
Currently, I am holding down the social media front at VolunteerGlobal.com whilst finding freelance work. I am happy to do anything from data entry, to design, to illustration. I am also a proficient writer, and capable of translating Japanese to English and vice versa.
In summary I am a jack-of-all-trades and glad to set my hand to any work. I am honest, hard working, creative, and smart and will set you up with a stellar design and a website, manage your content, or type obscene amounts of...
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