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Posted: Monday the 21st September, 2020. 13h23

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Overview: Dear all,

I have completed a placement at Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK) where I worked as a receptionist across different departments. By experiencing 3 different placements, I gained a range of skills from customer service to administration and I am ready to continue exploring paid employment.
I was working as an Usher at the national theatre which was a fantastic role for me and I worked well within that team, Unfortunately I was made redundant due to Covid-19.
During my work experience at GSK I have learnt to be calm, reliable and flexible. It was a fantastic experience that gave me the opportunity to improve my communication and interpersonal skills working every day with a different range of customers.
I am very determined to get a job because I would like to be more independent and I know I can be a very valued employee. I am a very positive, friendly, organised and hardworking person. I am keen to work in a friendly environment.
I have a learning disability, which means that there are many barriers for me in the recruitment process, therefore, online application forms, and face to face interviews make it difficult for me to show that I can do many of the jobs that I apply for. However, employers are able to do things differently for me under the Equality Act of 2010.
An informal meeting or work trial gives me the opportunity to demonstrate my ability and enables you to assess me fairly.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Paige TribeDear all,

I have completed a placement at Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK) where I worked as a receptionist across different departments. By experiencing 3 different placements, I gained a range of skills from customer service to administration and I am ready to continue exploring paid employment.

I was working as an Usher at the national theatre which was a fantastic role for me and I worked well within that team, Unfortunately I was made redundant due to Covid-19.
During my work experience at GSK I have learnt to be calm, reliable and flexible. It was a fantastic experience that gave me the opportunity to improve my communication and interpersonal skills working every day with a different range of customers.

I am very determined to get a job because I would like to be more independent and I know I can be a very valued employee. I am a very positive, friendly, organised and hardworking person. I am keen to work in a friendly environment.

I have a learning disability, which means that there are many barriers for me in the recruitment process, therefore, online application forms, and face to face interviews make it difficult for me to show that I can do many of the jobs that I apply for. However, employers are able to do things differently for me under the Equality Act of 2010.
An informal meeting or work trial gives me the opportunity to demonstrate my ability and enables you to assess me fairly.


I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Paige Tribe

Gender: Female
Current location: United Kingdom
Qualifications: Employability Skills - Level 2
Qualified at: West Thame College
Country qualified: United Kingdom
RCVS registered: No
Been qualified for: 4 years. I graduated in 2016
Type of practice I have experience in: Receptionist at GSK
Sole charge experience: No
Accommodation needed: No
Drivers licence: No
Availability: ASAP
Special Interests: I am really interested in animals and taking care of them. My other passion is theatre and films, I aso enjoy exercise.
Computer skills: MS Word MS Excel MX Powerpoint Emails Book meeting rooms/ databases
Desired location: Happy to work anywhere in Central London, ideally North London.

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