I have great customer service experience at Woolworths and other retailers. I also have good computer literacy, leadership and communication skills. I would be happy to take work in a wide variety of roles. As a leader within my community, I have founded iKamvalethu Youth Development and have recently been appointed Youth Representative of the Ward 91 Committee.
Nationality South African
Address Cape Town
Languages English, isiXhosa, isiZulu
Certificate, Organising for Work
Site B, Khayelitsha, Dec 2019 to Dec 2019
Completed three-day training to qualify as OfW branch staff that included: helping the unemployed in their search for work, performing thorough CV checks, administering member data on the OfW site and the values and philosophy of OfW.
Diploma, Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Cape Town, Feb 2012 to Nov 2012
Cutting Room Control, Management Principle,Information Literacy, Work Organization, Business Studies 1
Diploma, Pc Training and Business college
Cape Town, Feb 2011 to Nov 2011
Accounting 101, Business Communication A1, Business Management 101, Economics 101, End User Computer A1,Foundation Programme, Life Skills, Marketing Management 101 and Public Relations 1A
isiXhosa, English, Maths, Economics, Business Studies, Accounting, Life Orientation, Usasazo High School
Khayelitsha, Jan 2010 to Dec 2010
Khayelitsha Site B Community Action Network
Site B Community hall, May 2020 to ongoing
Distribution of the foods parcels to the site B Khayelitsha. Co ordination of the job and volunteers. Chairperson of the volunteers. Communications with Constancia CANs on behalf of site B CANs
Khayelitsha, Feb 2020 to ongoing
Youth development inthe ward Councilors youth developments
Site B Police Station Youth Desk
Khayelitsha, Jan 2020 to ongoing
1.Build the trust between communities and police station. 2. Awere crime prevention programs to our communities.
Organising for Work
Site B, Khayelitsha, Dec 2019 to ongoing
Helping the unemployed to improve their chances of finding work: making, checking and sending CVs to many employers, interview skills. Community organising: telling my personal story and public speaking, motivating people to join the movement, talking about the dignity of the unemployed and holding meetings.
City of Cape Town EPWP
Khayelitsha, Mar 2019 to Jun 2019
Ikamva lethu youth development NPO registered 215-019
Khayelitsha, Mar 2018 to ongoing
-To promote sport and education opportunities to the wide community and employment. - To work with individuals and organization to establish strong partnership in order to provide a platform from which to development and deliver worth while and beneficial project within the community. -To promote social responsibilities and to give support those who are in need, so that they may have respect for thek community and are encouraged to make a positive contribution to the society. -To create friendly and safe environment for the benefit of everyone in our community. -To encourage short, medium and long term Soals for the sake of giving a clear vision and direction te the youth. -To caeate platform from which members and similar organization can network and build partnership to benefit young people, that comes Irom disadvantage background.
Somerset West Waterstone, Dec 2013 to Jan 2019
Packing stock to the selves according fifo method. Assisting customers to get what they want (product). Train new staff to be in my level or know well about Woolworths expectations as company and customer.
Zando Clothing Company
Ndabeni, Oct 2013 to Dec 2013
Packing the clothes according customers request. Get customer order ready for sale.
Ziphinkomo 1 Company
Brackenfell, Nov 2012 to May 2013
My job was to pack customers orders. Make sure that the floor is clean.
Budgeting Call centre Cashier Computer programming Counselling Customer service Good computer literacy Marketing Warehousing Writing reports
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