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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
  • C:
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  • Date of Birth:
  • India:
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  • single:
Summary

Hardworking and dependable retail professional offering solid background in payment processing, merchandising, and sales support. Knowledgeable about retail and retail products and able to provide friendly support to every customer. Seek to apply 10 years of related experience and take on new position with [Company].

Dedicated cashier with 10 years of experience completing transactions with priority on customer satisfaction. Focused on answering customers' questions, solving problems and processing payments. Committed to helping customers with uncommon questions and concerns by asking coworkers and managers for assistance.

Skills
  • Typing
  • Customer service
  • Assisting special ed students
  • Cash handling
  • Customer service
  • Insurance
Experience
Cash Handler, 03/2016 to 04/2019
Paradies Lagardère Travel Retail El Paso, TX,
  • Assisted with purchases, locating items and signing up for rewards programs.
  • Accurately handled over $[Amount] of payments daily in cash and credit cards payments for [Type] products.
Teacher Aide, 10/2009 to 07/2010
St. Dominic Hospital Jackson, MS,
  • Supports classroom teachers by managing files, preparing materials and updating records.
  • Supervised [Number] children on field trips to maintain safety and foster cultural learning experiences.
  • Contributed to positive, educational setting by delivering gentle discipline and promoting student success.
Secretary, 12/2003 to 07/2006
Corecivic Minneola, FL,
  • Received and routed incoming calls and correspondence to promote timely communication.
  • Maintained organized filing system of paper and electronic documents.
Education and Training
Associate of Science: Business Administration, Expected in 06/1998
to
Aquinas College - Milton, MA
GPA:
Activities and Honors
Accomplishments
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School Attended
  • Aquinas College
Job Titles Held:
  • Cash Handler
  • Teacher Aide
  • Secretary
Degrees
  • Associate of Science