CV, Assistant PA With International Experience Seeks Worldwide

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 12896

Skills keywords: conscientious, good under pressure, on the ball, organised, peoples person
Short Bio:

I am currently working as an assistant PA for HRH Princess Haya. I love my job and have learnt a huge amount. I am looking for a new challenge as my current role is based in an office by my self. I am great team player and feel all my qualities are not coming to use.
I previously worked at Save the Children UK in the Humanitarian team. My role was Humanitarian Travel Coordinator, this meant I was responsible for over 200 people getting them from place to place.

Current location: England, United Kingdom - View on map
Nationality: British
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Hotel and Catering, Travel and Tourism, Admin and Clerical
Spoken languages: english
Location I am interested in working: Antigua & Barbuda, Asia, Australia, Bahamas, The, British Virgin Islands, canada, Cape Verde, Caribbean, the, Cayman Islands, Central America, china, Cook Islands, Dubai, India, Japan, Malaysia, maldives, Mali, new zealand, North America, Saint Lucia, Seychelles, Singapore, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks and Caicos Is., United Arab Emirates, Virgin Islands, U.S.

Education And Qualifications
As Levels – Media Studies, Health and Social Care and Photography (2007 – 2008)
Gillingham School, Dorset

GCSEs – English, Maths, Science, History, Leisure and Tourism, IT (2004 – 2007)
Millfield School, Somerset

Assistant PA to HRH Princess Haya (May 2013 – Present)
• Administration support to the PA
• Travelling to Dubai to support the PA
• Researching and organising activities for the children when the family travel abroad
• Keeping databases up to date and accurate
• Managing others diaries
• Taking minutes
• Sourcing and purchasing of personal items
• Arranging appointments
• Personal shopping/duties
• Handling confidential information
• Organising goods transportation
• Greeting visitors
• Supporting the day-to-day running of the office

Humanitarian Travel Coordinator (Feb 2011 – May 2013)
Save The Children
• Researching travel arrangements for all humanitarian staff and the emergency response team
• Liaising daily with travel agents to find best travel solutions sticking to budget whilst considering route and suitability
• Monitoring, reporting and analysing flight costs
• Working directly with embassies to ensure visas are issued in the appropriate time frame and ensuring staff have correct health checks, vaccinations and medication where necessary
• Organising London based accommodation for visiting staff and trainees
• Processing invoices and expenses
• Taking minutes for the monthly staff meeting

Purple PR (Jan 2011)
Internship, London Fashion Week
• Day to day administrative responsibilities
• Designing and organising invitations for the guests
• Booking venues and caterers
• Creating and constructing goodie bags

Temporary Nanny (Oct 2010 – Jan 2011)
Annabel Heseltine and Lady Helen Taylor
• Ensuring children’s routine was administered
• Assuming responsibility whilst having fun
• Sole charge of children aged 5 and 7 years old
• School runs, children’s meals, homework and household responsibilities

Volunteer Work, Orphanage (Jan 2010)
• Supporting children in their daily activities
• Responsible for children outside of school hours
• Supporting educational and sporting activities

Full time Nanny (Sept 2008 – Oct 2009)
Charlotte Toosey
• Working and living in as full time Nanny
• Sore responsibility for a new born baby, a 3 year old and a 5 year old
• Learning to keep calm in times of stress and solve problems using my initiative