Christina Xayyaraj

Objectives


To acquire a position with a company that will allow me to utilize my education, experience, and hands-on skills to make a positive contribution to the company.


Experience


Local Press + Brew


 ▪ 2016 of March – 2017 of January


Job Titles Held: Barista – Cashier


Job Responsibilities: Creation of coffee and tea beverages, Promote organic juice sales,


Handle cash register, Regular cleaning duties, and Developed relationships with guests


 Savor Coffee Bar & Eatery


 ▪ 2013 of October – 2015 of April


Job Titles Held: Barista – Cashier – Food Preparer


Job Responsibilities: Mange front of the house, Manage drive thru orders and payment, Prepare food items following recipes, Creation of hot and cold beverages, Clean and sanitize workplace, Stock inventory


 


 Aetna


 ▪ 2013 of March – 2014 of March


Job Titles Held: Underwriting Logger – Database Entry


Job Responsibilities: Maintain activity logs, Input client information and statistics data onto in-house system and excel spreadsheets, Update records and information, Tran-scripting paper-based records to computer files


Skills



  • 1 year Database Entry

  • 2+ years Barista

  • Goal/Task Oriented

  • Confidentiality

  • Customer Service

  • Attention to Detail

  • Problem Solving

  • Self-directed

  • Team Player


Education


Nimitz High School


2012 ▪ HS Diploma



  • Art Recognition Award 


Acquired Awards



  • 1 Year Certification for Database Entry


 

  • ID#: 141636
  • Location: Irving, TX , 75061

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