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QUALIFICATIONS: • Work well without supervision • Bilingual English/Spanish with the ability to translate • Ability to prioritize and remain focused on the essence of an issue • Excellent with customer support services • Skilled at learning new concepts quickly while working under pressure • Communicate effectively • Very flexible team player • Being personable and professional

• Class D Security License

• CPR Certified

EXPERIENCE:
10/30/12-Current McRoberts Protective Agency Miami, FL
Security Officer • Detecting safety hazards • Establishing and monitoring students and faculty parking • Detecting weaknesses in building security, such as faulty locks, broken windows, inadequate lighting, and deficiencies of the alarm system • Patrolling parking area • Checking the play area
02/12-08/05/12 McDonald’s Miami, FL Cashier • Being Friendly and efficient in offering a pleasant experience to customers • Having interpersonal communication skills • Organizational and analytical ability • Resolve customer complaints • Cash handling • Food Prep
10/23/11-01/21/12(seasonal) Best buy Miami, FL
Customer Specialist • Customer Service • Proper phone etiquette • Cash handling • Resolve customer complaints • Greeted and directed visitors and provided general information • Stock

06/10/11-08/05/12 Regal Entertainment Group Miami, FL
Floor Staff • Customer Service • Proper phone etiquette • Clean theater’s, restrooms, swept, mopped floors, and informed supervisors of all safety hazards •…...

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