Julie N. Johns
North Beach, MD 20714
Objective: To obtain a position as a tutor.
Skills: I am very extremely proficient and knowledgeable in Microsoft Office, including Access, Excel, and Word. I am very organized, dependable, and customer service oriented.
August 2002- May 2007 - Bachelor’s degree in Political Science
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Related course work: Comparative Politics, Political Analysis I and II, International Politics, American Politics, Public Policy, Parties and Elections, Political Theory, Calculus I and II
Relevant Work Experience:
United States Department of Justice
1425 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20530
Freedom of Information Act Specialist- Office of Information and Privacy
As an employee for the Federal Government, I effectively worked in a fast-paced environment under strict statutory deadlines. I performed all essential office tasks, including typing and mailing letters to the general public, answering phones, responding to e-mails, making copies, and sending faxes.
International Brotherhood of Teamsters
25 Louisiana Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001
Temporary Employee- Purchasing Department
As a temporary employee for the Purchasing department, I have been responsible for performing various assignments under the direction of the director. I have maintained a filing system and current list of all cell phones, which are distributed and used by employees of the IBT. I have also been responsible for various tasks, such as faxing, copying, and delivering items throughout the building. I have also used Solomon in order to create purchase orders.
Intern- Economics and Contracts Department
As an intern in the Economics and Contracts department, I have performed research on companies for various local unions throughout the United States using programs such as Microsoft Access, Duns and Bradstreet, and LexisNexis. I have also been responsible for the input of data from contracts into a Microsoft Access database. This involved the knowledge of SIC codes and company identifiers. Another responsibility I had was to route incoming magazines to the appropriate people and file the department’s copies.
Intern- Organizing Department
06/2002-08/2003, 12/2003-01/2004, and 06/2004-08/2004
As an intern in the Organizing Department, I used LexisNexis and other internet searches to research addresses of various people based on their names and telephone numbers. I then entered this data into a Microsoft Access database, which I created. I also created forms and reports within the database.
References available on request.