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Posted: Tuesday, 24 January 2017, 2:35

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I am looking for a job (Full time / Part time, Contract, etc).
I am a 33 year old male, living in London, UK since November of 1996 (British citizen).
Degree qualified, LLB (Law) from a London university, I have knowledge of 3 languages, including English.
I have approx. 4 months of work experience in total (including volunteering).
My preferred areas of work: administration / office, personal assistant / helper, clerical, secretarial, reception, translator.
Ideally looking for Permanent work, but I am open to Temporary positions as well.
My preferred salary would be approx. £12,000 per annum and up (or £1,000 a month). But this is not a strict requirement, and I am flexible and prepared to negotiate, and could possibly accept a lower amount as remuneration, depending on the circumstances.
Some examples of the ways in which I am offering my help:
- prepared to work in a junior / basic / starter / entry level position;
- ready to perform technical office functions, general assistance, act as a messenger, etc;
- offering to help a business person or a busy professional, in a personal assistant function, such as helping to deal with the workload, or otherwise assist in whatever capacity I can or in whichever way that might be necessary.
I would be fully committed to use the skills and experience I gained from my education and from my previous work experience, for the maximum benefit of my employer.
At the same time, no job is too small for me. I am prepared to accept my responsibilities with enthusiasm and, if necessary, to learn on the job and in practice, as I go along.
I can also do monotonous work if necessary, not afraid to perform routine functions or repetitive tasks.
I can send my full CV by e-mail or post, on request. I can also provide further details about me if necessary.
My photograph is attached to this advert.

• Location: London

• Post ID: 11440921 uk
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