2nd Shift Warehouse Worker

Aija Johnson
Present Address Permanent Address
800 White Pine Dr apt 2204 232 Stoneleigh Drive
Durham, NC 27704 Fayetteville, NC 28311
(254) 630-2093 (254) 630-2093
ajohn227@eagles.nccu.edu
aijaj254@aol.com

Objective
The career focus involves me wanting to obtain a business position, utilizing the knowledge and skills to achieve organizational goals.
Education

Expected Graduation: May 2017


North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC
Bachelor of Business Marketing
Concentration: Administration
Community Service Hours: 45
Experience

DELIVERY DRIVER
Dominos Pizza. Durham, NC November, 2014- March, 2015
Assisted customers by bringing their order in a timely manner
Calculated simple math for customers orders
Assisted with stock and prep work for equipment and utilities
SALES ASSOCIATE
Vanity Clothing, Davenport, IO June, 2011- Jan, 2012
Assist customers make purchases based off of recommendation and suggestions
Describe and demonstrated products to increase profits
Used cash register to ring up transactions, which involved barcodes scanners, calculators and credit card machines
Personally greet all customers upon entry to show chase products or sales going on throughout the store
ACCOUNT COORDINATOR
YMCA, Fort Lee, VA Jun, 2010- Sept, 2010
Supervised the children throughout the recreational center
Documented statistics of the individuals entering and leaving the building
Responsible for identifying the challenges of each sector throughout the recreational center
Prepared account service-related documents such as meeting agendas, meeting reports, proposals and other client communications and correspondence
Created and/or provided feedback on project estimates and timelines
Field and processed internal information requests
Maintained current work-in-progress records and archives of past project information as appropriate
MAKEUP ARTIST
Freelance Makeup Artist, Durham, NC/Fayetteville, NC
Demonstrated outstanding skill and knowledge of high fashion, runway, editorial, bridal, and film/TV makeup
Communicate with clients to clarify visual requirements
Maintain awareness of health and safety issues and legislation
Organize and control job responsibilities, particularly work flow accuracy and productivity
Multi-task and manage multiple projects in fast-paced environments
Detail-oriented with excellent problem solving and follow-up skills
Strong interpersonal skills: show remarkable ability to achieve results through team leadership, especially when working on editorial projects and fashion shows
Excellent time management skill with clients - understanding how to make up a subject quickly and beautifully in a fast-paced environment
FASHION SHOWS
North Carolina Central University Fashion show, Rip the Runway (2013)
Fashion Merchandising Fashion show (2013)
North Carolina Central Fashion Show, School of Fashion (2014)
North Carolina Central University, De Haute allure modeling Troop Fashion show (2013)
CIAA, Black Poison Fashion Show (2014)
EDITORALS
“The Deadly Sins”- Portfolio (Editors Pick Editorial) Wardrobe provided by Bashpaul; Photography by Sebastian Dougas
“Gruesome Inflictions”- Portfolio (Editors pick Editorial) Wardrobe provided by Bashpaul; Photography by Sebastian Dougas
“Demolished Rebirth”- Portfolio (Editors Pick Editorial Wardrobe provided by Bashpaul; Photography by Sebastian Dougas
Activities
Participated in Distributive Education Clubs of America, which involved me winning to gold medals throughout state and national competition
Research and study in detail of what makeup artistry is.
Study and research the esthetics side of the beauty and skin care industry
Research and study the up and coming fashion trends for fall, winter, spring and summer.
Researched the color analyst side to find the correct undertone, shade, contour, and highlight for that individuals skin tone
Also researched the color analyst of colors that suite or complement certain eye colors
Computer Skills
Microsoft word, Excel, PowerPoint














  • ID#: 138339
  • Location: Durham, NC , 27704

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