Computer Game Design & Development
9 Ballincurrig Court, South Douglas Road, Co.Cork
Very hardworking and motivated individual with technical abilities, specialized in computers and software. Looking forward to working with and for fellow colleagues. Living twenty minutes from city centre.
Computer Game Design & Development | St. John’s Central College
I worked in modules with computer graphics, communication, mathematics, software architecture and programming principles. I am proficient in working with computers and have valuable experience handling technology.
Leaving Certificate | Douglas community school
2008 – 2015
Volunteer WARPCON Staff| UCC WARPCON
Handling cash and sale of tickets
Ensuring the customers were content and instructed them on what to do
Assistant organizer charity table quiz
Shop Assistant | Tesco Extra Douglas
APRIL 2015 – DECEMBER 2015
Customer service and assistance
Ensuring new stock was packed and stored
Management and recording of stock
Maintaining sufficient stock levels in front of store
Caregiver | St. Luke’s Elderly Home, Mahon
Looking after the elderly
Entertaining and providing company
Communicating with staff to ensure the elderly were comfortable
References are available on request
⦁ Stocktaking experience
⦁ Customer service experience
⦁ Leadership skills ⦁ Proficient with technology
⦁ Organization skills
⦁ Communication skills
Computers: I see myself as a technophile with a passion for both gaming, coding and how computers work. I have taken part in projects to work around software to create games.
Board games: I have a strong interest in board games of all types. I have taken part in charity events held by UCC WARPS, including a charity auction that raised €9000 for a make a wish foundation based in Cork city.
Sport: I obtained 4 gold medals in the Young Rebels Cup for sparring in Tae-Kwan-Do, I achieved a red belt in it. I was part of a basketball team which won the Munster championship.
Charity: I was head on advertising for a hugely successful charity bake sale in aid of Saint Vincent De Paul. Some of my fellow classmates and I rose awareness for guide dogs around our school.