Tower C. Resume –
My objective on obtaining the position is to become an asset to the company. Becoming a team member who shows their reliability, and demonstrates productivity, and fast paced learning. Always bringing a great attitude, along with undeniable work ethic. Willing to embody the work culture and provide skills and knowledge to be successful.
Associates in Science May 15, 2011
Houston Community College System
Aug 2007 – Aug 2009
Pawnbroker • Associate • Cash America
August 2009 – September 2011
Teller • ATM Custodian • JP Morgan Chase
Retailer • Sale Associate • Tmobile
2013 – 2015
Associate • Order filler • Walmart
2015 – 2018
Premise Technician • AT&T
October 2018 – October 2019
VES Technician • Tollway Technician • Transcore
KEY SKILLS —
Over the years working different jobs I have been fortunate to obtain various skills. T-mobile was a job in which heavily relied on sales although I treated my pawnbroker experience and bank teller as one too. In sales I found out that actively listening to the customer was half the battle. Product knowledge was key. Having a well understanding of the product made it easier at the point of sale. After T-Mobile my work experience shifted to more physicality. Wal-Mart Distribution introduced me to using machinery such as pallet jacks, forklifts, squeeze clamp lift. AT&T was different yet I learned to involve my previous skills. In AT&T I learned to install home and business internet, whether it be DSL or Fiber. Learned how to use and install cat5/cat6 and its components. I was one of the few techs that knew how to install IADs used to for PBX phone systems. Learned to use 3M fiber kit to terminate fiber ends and JDSU meters to scope. Transcore tuned my technological skills a bit further. Through Transcore I learned to install and configure cameras, read ip schemas, also installing hard drives and reconfiguring them so they can obtain programs that were essential for the job.
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|Last Resume Update||November 22, 2019|