Happy to provide lessons to all ages, I have experience with Year 6 to Year 13.
I use different techniques within lessons depending on individual learning styles and personal goals.
Repetition and fun ways of remembering things is the key to success!
I am a graduate from the University of Leeds.
During my 4 years at university I have been a STEM ambassador, a Maths and Engineering mentor, an Environmental studies tutor and a Brownie Guide leader.
My A-levels, and therefore speciality areas are Biology, Geography and Economics.
I am very friendly and always happy to help whatever your situation.
Rates are negotiable depending upon level of academics taught.
A confident, outgoing and enthusiastic individual who consistently seeks new challenges and responsibilities whilst working to strict deadlines. A proven natural ability for teamwork and leadership, which is supported by proficient presentation and communication skills. Continual demonstration of environmental knowledge during discussions, reports and client interaction.
• 2015 – 2019: The University of Leeds - 1st Class B.Sc. (Hons) Sustainability and Environmental Management with a Year in Industry (IEMA Accredited). Including relevant modules such as: Introduction to Business and Cooperate Responsibility, Environmental Policy and Governance, Environment Impact Assessments, Energy Transitions and Sustainable Development.
• 2008 – 2015: Arthur Mellows Village College - 3 A-Levels: Geography (A*), Economics (B), Biology (B). 11 GCSE’s: A*- B including Mathematics and English.
July 2017 – July 2018: General Electric (GE) Aviation – Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Intern. A yearlong work placement providing EHS support, alongside completion of an intern curriculum. Throughout, experience included:
• EHS support across three different areas. This consisted of being the EHS focal point to all employees through daily meetings, weekly audits, monthly forums and continuous project support.
• Audit baseline reporting with a main focus on environment statistics and safety risk assessments.
• Daily use of technical data software and Excel.
• Weekly delivery of site wide EHS training to audiences varying in size and demographic.
• Management of site wide ground water testing. This meant communicating with many local stakeholders and specialists to ensure periodic draining and effective water reduction.
• Supported a council permit exceedance due to VOC output emissions. This required leasing with the local council, business leaders and an environmental monitoring specialist.
• Statistical analysis of 2017 accident data to map accident hotspots. This facilitated targeted EHS training and lean projects. The long-term aim being to reduce accidents and incidents.
• Implementer and leader of the Further Skills Programme (FSP), an intern led scheme implemented across the UK to accelerate intern development, enrich commercial awareness and enhance networking opportunities. Supporting the 2017 intake of 42 interns by organising circa 20 events.
• Recognition of the potential to reduce solvent usage onsite through a solvent recycling scheme. Subsequently, research and project logistics were planned and proposed to senior leadership.
• Addressed an external audit finding by creating business contingency reports for 14 operation critical areas. To aid preparedness, an emergency response centre was also built and equipped.
• Introduction and implementation of the new EHS communication system used to visually display EHS actions, to improve department efficiency and transparency.
• Leader of a site wide heat map toolbox talk campaign. This constituted of developing matrices, inclusive of employee input. Roll-out logistics to 900 employees were also planned prior to delivering pitches and leading question and answer sessions.
2014 – To Date: Cash and Traffic Marshalling (CTM): Supporting the company at many events across the UK. Responsibilities include: supervision of colleagues, clear communication with marshals and assisting with cash audits. Teamwork within this role is vital to ensure efficiency and customer satisfaction.
• Effective supervision and logistical planning of a team of 10 employees.
• Recognition for use of initiative to complete a marshalling task more efficiently.
2016 - 1 month - E4education. A bespoke website design firm. Varying responsibilities from client liaising, data analytics through use of Excel and attending and responding to team briefings.
2015 - 1 year - Marks and Spencer. A part time, customer facing job as a Barista. This included providing high customer service, dealing with complaints and building relationships with staff.
• Awarded for going above and beyond when assisting customers.
• Enhanced personal confidence towards the ability to stay calm in high pressure environments.
2012 - 2014 - Style. A part time sales assistant at a contemporary jeweller. Personal initiative was used when dealing with difficult complaints, ordering stock from suppliers and checking deliveries.
2012 - 1 month - Potter and Moore. A cosmetic and beauty product manufacturer. Roles involving quality control, product measurement and observing leadership. Commercial awareness was also increased.
Achievements and Interests
• 2018 - NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.
• 2018 - ILM Leadership and Team Skills Level 2.
• 2018 – PADI Open Water Diving Qualification.
• 2016 - Gold, Silver and Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Achieved.
• 2015 - Food Hygiene Level 2.
• 2014 - Young Enterprise Award – Completed after designing a project and passing an exam.
• 2014 - National Citizen Scheme – Completed after four weeks of teamwork and thirty hours of environmental focused community volunteering.
• 2014 - Girl Guiding Leadership Qualification – Completed after being a young leader for three years. Personal planning often environmentally orientated.
• 2014 - Year group and Geography Representative – Elected to represent student opinions and liaise with staff.
Current Extra-Curricular Activities
• Weekly maths mentoring to GCSE students to aid exam preparedness.
• College outreach to enhance the presence of Leeds University through presentations.
• STEM Ambassador: involvement in programmes such as Engineering and Sustainability into Schools. Team achieved best report and came second place with their project design work.
• Qualified Brownie leader of a group which meets weekly. This consists of termly activity planning, balancing financial accounts and building relationships with different age groups.
• Weekly netball matches and training.
• Travelling, including: The East coast of America, Europe, and Asia.
Referees available upon request
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