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Personal information    
Surname(s) / First name(s)  Astier, Gisèle M.
Address(es)  525, Lamulle Road, AB32 SA7, West Hill, United Kingdom
Telephone(s)  +44 123 45 67 89 00Mobile: +44 123 45 67 89 00
Fax(es)  +44 123 45 67 89 00
E-mail(s)  gma@example.com
Nationality(-ies)  British
Date of birth  1.9.1985
Gender  Female
   
Desired employment / Occupational field  Software Developer
Work experience   
Dates  From December 2007 to July 2008
Occupation or position held  Computer Software Engineer Intern
Main activities and responsibilities  While working here I produced reports and helped design various database tables and charts. I help the lead testers with Java and proofread and edited various codes for sharpness and ability to function. During my free time I sat in on the validation process of the various software, but I was not allowed to speak, just take notes. I also performed minor office tasks such as faxing important documents and making copies.
    
Name and address of employer  Technical Academy, 809 St. Pauls Park, AB32 SA7 West Hill
Type of business or sector  Computer Software / Information Technology
    
Dates  From August 2007 to February 2008
Occupation or position held  Jr. Programmer
Main activities and responsibilities  In this position I developed a maintained websites and other internet programs. I was expected to discover new web solutions and ideas. I worked with CRM applications and other Content Management technologies. The remainder of my time was spent building and testing codes.
    
Name and address of employer  The Taskbar Company, 321 Main Street, AB32 SA7 West Hill
Type of business or sector  Information Technology
    
    
Education and training   
Dates  From January 2004 to June 2008
Title of qualification awarded  International Baccalaureate
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  Software Management, Advanced Software Development
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University Name
Level in national or international classification  Level 5
    
   
Personal skills and competences  
Mother tongue(s)  French
Other language(s)  
Self-assessment  UnderstandingSpeakingWriting 
European level  ListeningReadingSpoken interactionSpoken production  
Japanese  B1Independent UserB2Independent UserB1Independent UserB1Independent UserB2Independent User 
English  C1Proficient UserB2Independent UserC1Proficient User B2Independent UserB1Independent User  
    
Social skills and competences  My experience received as a part-time worker greatly improved my social skills. Working with my colleagues has taught me the importance and value of teamwork.
    
Organisational skills  Organizational skills are very important in this field because even a slight mistake could cause an even bigger problem. Independently, and with colleagues I have created and implemented developmental systems and back up plans to help preserve the software and its structure.
    
Technical skills and competences   My technical skills are above average as I have worked with a large variety of mechanical and technical equipment. I am most comfortable with the PC; other machines I am familiar with are farm machinery, a mechanic's tools, small computer hand tools, and architectural drawing and surveying tools.
    
Computer skills and competences  I have excellent computer skills and I am very familiar with Linux, Windows XP, Vista, C++, and C. During my course studies, I also worked at the introductory level with microprocessors and assembling language programming. My internet skills are also above average. Due to my studies I spend a vast majority of my time on the net.
    
Artistic skills and competences  Whenever I have free time, I build computers. I enjoy assembling the parts and seeing the finished outcome. As of yet I have not considered using my computer building skills for profit, but it is an idea for the near future, as I am also taking business courses.
    
Other skills and competences  My mechanical skills have been improving in the last few years and I feel as if I would have a chance with mechanical subjects, if I were to build on these skills. I currently assist workers blueprints and schematic and with my free time I work on automobiles.
    
Driving licence(s)  Class B
    
Additional information  Member of IT Professionals of the Future (ITPF) for over 3 years.
University of Cambridge, December 2008
Thesis: An Analysis of Software Models and Programming Databases
    
   References:
   Mr. B. Gallias, Software and Systems Professor, Technical Institute, 6539 Phillips Drive, AB32 SA7
   West Hill Phone: +44 123 45 67 89 00 Email: mrb@example.com
    
   Ms. A. Chesline, Senior Software Programmer, UberZone , 12763 Comcast Street, AB32 SA7 West
   Hill Phone: +44 123 45 67 89 00 Email: msa@example.com
    
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