Business graduate who is a science geek too! Studied Biology, chemistry and physics at A levels and ended up with a 1st class economics degree.
Happy to give 1-2-1 lessons in business, accounting, economics and biology and chemistry.
I would email the lesson structure and plan in advance to help students know what to expect.
I was a mathematics classroom assistant in Bristol for a bottom set class in year 10. By the end of my six weeks with them their understanding and comprehension greatly increased.
I have experience working as peer assisted learning leader at university where I helped first year students understand economic principles better and helped them to improve their writing skills.
I use online tools to enhance my knowledge and can adopt my lessons to suit pupils needs according to their learning behaviors.
3, Glenavon Court, Glenavon Park, Bristol, BS9 1RH
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September 2013-June 2017 University of West of England, Bristol
BA (Hons) Business Management with Economics Sandwich Degree. 1st Class
The course gave me broad yet detailed practical knowledge of disciplines and operational areas of business management as well as understanding of econom-ic system using applied economic theory. I studied modules like Finance, Eco-nomics, Accounting, Human Resources, Operations Management, Marketing, Managing Business Processes and Strategic Management.
September 2010-July 2012 Army Public College, Attock
4 A-levels in Physics (A*), Chemistry (A*), Biology (A*), English (A*)
September 2010-July 2012 Fauji Foundation School and College, Attock
8 GCSEs grades A*-A. Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English
Relevant Skills and Achievements
• Experienced in working in groups for various modules and coursework based learning in the production of high quality verbal and written presentations and business posters.
• Collaborated with Human Appeal charity to create and implement ideas for fundraising activities and events including a concert in Bristol, making over £30,000 for orphans in Gaza and West Africa.
• Competent at collecting primary and secondary information and present-ing this information correctly in research projects. Conducted a research on the education gap amongst people living in different postcodes in Bris-tol for the Bristol City Council and provided recommendations to im-prove.
• I have worked as the Deputy District Commissioner in Brunel Scouts which involved communicating with the District commissioner and the rest of the team to provide strategic leadership within the Brunel District to enable better scouting to be available to young people in Bristol.
• Bristol Futures award June 2017
I was awarded the UWE Bristol Futures award for participating in activ-ities like volunteering at schools, completing an industrial placement and two internships that helped me learn new skills, gain confidence and ex-perience the real world of work.
• Full Colors Award May 2016
I was awarded full colors award by the Students Union for my work and dedication to improve student’s union society for over three years. I also actively encouraged students register to vote and campaigned for greener policies to be implemented in the university.
Human Resources Assistant (February 2017- Current Position) Ministry of Defence, Bristol
My responsibilities include working as part of a business facing team with re-sponsibility for co-ordinating key HR processes, such as workforce planning, performance management, and talent management across maritime domain which include both Civilian and Military employees. I also support a seamless HR service; supporting key stakeholder relationships between HR and busi-ness leaders, including Function and Delivery Managers, Trade Unions and HR Centres of Expertise. I support the engagement of these stakeholders on a regular basis, providing HR delivery support and administrative support to HR Leaders within the Maritime fleet domain.
• Health and Well-being Support Intern (August 2016 - October 2016)
University of West of England
I was responsible for Feel Good social media channels (Facebook and Twitter), supporting and developing health promotion materials for staff and students. I was also responsible for the development, execution and evaluation of health-related events, activities and initiatives at UWE. I was part of health and de-velopment project teams and undertook student focus groups throughout my internship.
• Human Resources Intern (August 2015 - September 2016) Airbus UK
My job role involved assisting in the day to day management of Early Careers pro-grammes, organisation of Intern & Apprentice events including communication sessions, working in cross-functional teams to deliver events, reports, and programme development and Preparation of key HR-reports. I was also responsible for reviewing graduate, Intern and apprenticeship schemes; compiling and updating achievement records for all apprentices. I also helped apprentices write award nominations for various institutions Airbus deal with such as National Apprenticeship Service, EEF, SEMTA and EAL.
• Learning City Partnership Intern (June 2015 - July 2015) Bristol City Council
My role at Bristol City Council involved a research project to identify the problems faced by 14-19 year olds in the city in their career progression. It includes conducting interviews with head teachers, students as well as teach-ers from both University of Bristol and University of West of England. As an intern at Learning City I have attended several meetings with professionals from all over the city who are dedicated to make Bristol a successful ‘learning city’. These experiences have helped me polish my peoples and communica-tion skills.
• Peer Assisted Learning Leader (March - August 2015)
University of the West of England
My role was to organise, publicise and facilitate weekly study support sessions for groups of first year students to help them quickly adjust to university life, improve their study habits and increase their understanding of the subject mat-ter.
• Mathematics Classroom Assistant (February 2015 - April 2015)
City Academy Bristol
My job responsibilities included helping children who need extra support to complete tasks, helping teachers to plan learning activities and complete rec-ords, supervising group activities, taking part in training and carrying out ad-ministrative tasks.
• Community Outreach Officer (November 2014 - January 2014)
Avon and Somerset Constabulary
My role as a community outreach officer gave me the opportunity to interact with young adults as part of a mentoring scheme. My role included maintain-ing project databases, liaising with schools to organise project visits as well as maintaining stock of youth crime prevention resources.
• Volunteer Support Officer (August 2014)
BMCS Bristol Cultural Fair
My job was to recruit, support and manage the organisations volunteers in a consistent and effective way and ensure high quality volunteer experience so that they could make a significant contribution to the fair and develop their so-cial skills.
• Treasurer of Student’s Union Society (October 2013 - May 2014)
University of West of England
I was responsible for managing finances of the society, including planning budgets for the year, book keeping, giving regular updates on the accounts to the executive committee and authorising all expenditure. It was my duty to se-cure revenue through membership and sponsorship for the year’s events.
• Nursing Assistant (September 2012 - August 2013)
Attock Medical Centre
My duties included preparing patients for their therapy, managing online dia-ries of both the patients and doctors, collecting patient records, ensuring that they are transferred to relevant health professionals, maintain cleanliness of the wards and health and safety requirements are met.
Interests and Hobbies
Weekly aerobics and long walks
Can be provided on request.
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