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ROB ERTA S IVANAUSKA S
6 Westover Road, LE3 3DT
A confident and efficient individual, who is responsible, accurate and used to work under tight deadlines
within a fast paced environment. Well-motivated, organized and capable of working under pressure. I
have a clear, logical mind with a practical approach to problem solving. I enjoy working on my own
initiative or in a team. In short, I am reliable, trustworthy, hardworking and eager to learn and have a
genuine interest in technologies.
SKILLS AND QUALITIES
I am very comfortable with using computer
Food safety and hygiene level 2
Accuracy and numeracy skills
I put extra determination in what I do is correct
Good teamwork skills
Flexible approach to work
Always willing to help anyone in need
Proven ability to achieve targets and results
I can speak fluently in English, Polish, Lithuanian and Russian
2000 – 2004 Ziburelis Primary School
2004 – 2008 Vakaro Secondary School
2008 – 2012 Ryto Gymnasium
07.2012 - 08.2015 – Intersurgical (Warehouse Operative)
10.2015 - 05.2016 – Stoneycroft Hotel
05.2016 - 08.2016 – Amazon (Warehouse Operative)
08.2016 - 01.2017 – Encore Personnel (Warehouse Operative)
01.2017 - 07.2017 – Self Employed
07.2017 - 08.2017 – Encore Personnel (Warehouse Operative)
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