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About Me

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About Me

Bryan Sayles
44 Prescott Street
Weymouth, MA 02190
(781) 812-2076
(802) 274-4659

May 9,2015

Dear Potential New Employer,

Thank you for visiting my resume site to learn more about me for your web design or business position. My name is Bryan and I graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. Currently, I am working towards an ALM degreein IT/Software Engineering at Harvard University. I expect to obtain this in the next year or two. Are you dealing the typical problem these days where you need to hire two employees but only have the money to hire one? If so, please continue to view my site, as I am the exact answer to this common problem. In previous positions, I have been known to be able to do the roles and activities usually reserved for two people in the past. I’ll explain further.

At Digitas, I came in and immediately took over the workload of two people. My responsibilities were to make sure that the behind the scenes, administrative operations, of atleast 30 of the agency’s biggest clients. Normal workload was 15 accounts on average for an Account Assistant. I was literally working as two people. On top of those responsibilities, I would sometimes take on the responsibilities and temporary titles of Business Managers, and Business Administrator in the New York office when needed to cover vacations. Despite the biggest workload in the department, I was routinely one of the first to be done with the month’s work. On top of being a great worker, I was an even better team member. After I had finished my month’s work, I would go around to each of my co-workers and ask them if there was any way I could help them out to finish on time. Working in a fast pace environment with tight deadlines was normal. One of the best skills I learned in this job was time management. Every day I took the time on the subway to plan out my day. Work that had deadlines closest was done first and I worked backwards from there. These time management skills helped me squeeze 80 hours of work into about a 50 hour work week. All the while getting paid for a standard week. I’ll be honest, I didn’t mind working that many hours one bit because I had a passion for the work and loved it every day. Some people would probably call me a work a-holic, crazy, etc. However, I wouldn’t have it any other way. I would rather be hard at work rather than hardly working.

My first job out of college was at Liberty Mutual. This is where the hard work ethic, and great teamwork mentioned above started. My title was a Data Entry Operator. My job here was alot of administrative, data entry tasks. While I was here, I was known for taking on tasks and responsibilities that had once been reserved for two people. One of these responsibilities was taking on all emergencies, a process known as Code Reds. Before me, this process had to be handled by two people, that were my co-workers while I was there. They told me that when the Code Reds came in, they had an unspoken agreement that they would both work on them until the pile disappeared. I completed this task on my own. Honestly, it was a difficult task to accomplish at times but I’ve never been one to back away from a challenge. This was noticed when co-workers came to me and asked me to complete a new task that I had never done before. My response was that I had never done it before, but absolutely I’ll give it a try. My attempt always turned out to be correct. Another way I was able to work as two people, was my meticulous attention to detail. One example, was when I use to ask questions of the helpdesk and was able to leave them without an answer. When my co-workers who completed tasks further into the process after me commented, “I know I can just go through my processes because it came from Bryan and the details of the invoice are correct.” My work helped to create effiencies down the line, helping to speed up the process. For the first time, I showed that I was a great teammate, hard worker, and had a great attention to detail.

In my career, I’ve worked in many different industries and functions within a company. I’ve worked in customer service, marketing, accounts payable, accounting, and administrative areas of the business. My experience level in each of these areas range from 1 to 2 years in each. This experience makes me a utility man within a corporation, and is another way I could help you accomplish the tasks of two employees. You could hire me for one position as a web designer, but I could also be used in another role across the company in another department to cover a vacation or employee leaving, just like I did at Digitas. This would save you money by allowing you to cover the opening in house rather than hire outside the company or contractor. It’s something I would be more than happy to help out with if hired by your organization.

Now I know what you’re thinking. I am exactly the person you need to speak to, to help you solve this common problem today, but there’s no way you can afford me. As mentioned above, money doesn’t matter to me and it’s more about the passion for the work I’m doing. That said, my salary that I would be looking for is both reasonable and negotiable. To sum up, I think there are many ways that I have done the work of two people in the past and could bring to your company in the near future. Some of these are:

Great teammate|

Great work ethic|

Willingness to take on new tasks|

Experience in many areas and willing to be utilized in all departments|

Efficiency seeker|

Once again, thank you for taking the time to visit my site and learn more about me. I hope to hear from you soon either by phone, e-mail, or the contact form on the Reference page, so we can discuss the ways how I can help your company overcome this common problem.

Sincerely,

Bryan Sayles








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