Basic Cv

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PHI PHUONG PHAM

PERSONAL DETAILS
Nationality: Vietnamese
Date of birth:
Address:
Phone number:
Email:
OBJECTIVES
I am a well-educated student, now learning at International College of Hotel Management. I arrived in Australia in the middle of January 2016. I wish to have a part-time job at your restaurant to earn an income and experience in the hospitality industry. Particularly, I am looking forward to working as a dish cleaner, kitchen assistant or a waiter.
LANGUAGES
Vietnamese – mother tongue
English – advanced level (IELTS Academic 7.5)
French and Mandarin Chinese – basic speaking
TIMETABLE TO WORK
Probable starting date: Thursday 3-3-2016 Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday | Sunday | | After 5:15pm | | After 6:15pm | From 12:00am to 9:00pm | From 8:00pm to 5:00pm | From 12:00am to 9:00pm |
*The timetable to work above is adjustable on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
EDUCATION HISTORY * 2016 International College of Hotel Management
Now I am a first year student, these are two of my core subjects that you might be interested in to know: * Food and Beverage service standards * Culinary techniques and standards * Introduction to monitoring financial performance * 2011 – 2012 Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine
I studied a year in medical school to be a doctor. Unfortunately, the fear of blood and pain prevents me from going further.
WORK EXPERIENCE * 2013 – 2015 VTM Magazine
I was offered a job as an editor for VTM Magazine after leaving medical school. My job included a variety of tasks: * Writing, editing * Reporting, team managing, event attending and marketing planning. * 2011 – 2012 Part-time job
After school time, I worked part-time at Con Qua Den vintage fashion shop in the sale department. At Con Qua Den shop, I learned various skills: * Making genuine and…...

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