Hire Me!

Why should you hire me?

I hold a degree in Communication, majoring in Public Relations and Creative Services.

The focus of my degree:

  • Strategise ways to communicate to the international, internal, and external publics effectively.
  • Necessary knowledge and skills to understand and use integrated marketing communications.
  • Design commercially printable documents, publications, book designs, and book binding.
  • Create website with basic HTML and CSS.
  • Practical preparation for commercial research methodologies

I am familiar with these technical stuff:

  • Windows and Mac OS
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Basic HTML
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Office Outlook
  • Keyboard skills of 71 wpm

I speak:

  • English – Speak, read and write fluently
  • Malay – Speak, read and write fluently
  • Chinese – Three different dialects

I may not be the most experienced employee, but these are the things I am willing to do:

  • Learn – Everyone has got to start somewhere to obtain experience and as a fresh graduate with no experience, this is one thing I am more than willing to do! Even if it means staying back (to the dismay of my manager who may want to go home), I will do so. I’m a fast learner too! This means less time taken to teach me, and double the productivity!
  • Attitude – I have experienced working with people who have a negative, lazy, and arrogant attitude in both uni and work. This has made me think of how I am like to work with. I want to make it easier for people to work with me, so I strive to steer away from negativity. How? An example would be when someone criticises my work, I think of better ways to improve on it. Constructive criticism and a can-do attitude never fails!
  • Patience & Tolerance – As described above, I’ve worked with some people who don’t have a good attitude about them. This has honed my skills to speak diplomatically even if I feel like screaming at them (I’m only human after all!). Why is patience and tolerance important you ask? If a client keeps changing orders or a colleague stuffed up something important, it would be unprofessional to shout at them! Solving the problem and keeping a rapport with colleagues and clients are important in the long run.
  • Listen – In my opinion, the most important thing to do when dealing with clients is to listen. Listen to what they want, and improve on it (cost efficiency, better reach of target audience, time saving etc.).  That way, customers will be more than grateful with the work done, and are more likely to be return customers. It is always economical to maintain current clients. Additionally, they may recommend our services to other people!

Want to hear more of what I have to say?

Leave me a comment with your contact information and I’ll get back to you! Skeptical? Don’t worry, your contact information won’t be published as I have to approve all comments first.

My resume is available only on request due to the public nature of this blog.

Not looking to hire? It’s ok.

Thank you for taking your time to view this even if you think I’m not the right fit for the job. In desperate times, we all call for desperate measures and this is just one of mine. 🙂


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