Biography - My CV
Birth: 14th October 1967
MSc in Integrated Services and Intelligent Networks. Currently undertaking a security project for the qualification.
1992-1995 Manchester University.
a BA(ECON) in Accountancy and Finance, also covering other
subjects such as politics, economics and computing. Gained a 2i
1990-1992 Plymouth College of Further Education.
Three A levels
taken at night classes three nights a week. Sociology grade D,
Maths grade C, Economics grade B. Maths AS grade B.
1979-1984 Plympton Grammar School
O levels in
Maths, Physics, English Language, Geography, French, English
Literature & Design Technology.
Oct 2003 - Aug 2004 BD, Plymouth, Devon
Dec 2002 - Oct 2003 Devon and Cornwall Constabulary
Working for the strategic Network Team
Sept 2001 Rittal-CSM, Plymouth, Devon.
turnover subsidiary of German Multinational
1998 Sept 2001 Network Administrator. A role involving: -
Vitronics Europe Ltd. Plymouth Devon.
European HQ of
Manager in a busy manufacturing company. Controlling the
sales ledger on a daily basis, in a two-person accounts department, reporting
directly to Parent Company in USA. Responsibility of calculating
and reporting financial and management figures to head office.
The company had no financial director so I assumed many of the
duties he would perform. I had two people reporting to me from
the Admin department. I also had the responsibility of being
assistant systems manager, overseeing installation, report
creation and daily running of Tetra Chameleon 2000 accountancy
Camp Sequoia, Rock Hill, N.Y.
Worked as a
driver on a large childrens summer camp in the USA
Mater Misericordae Hospital. Sydney, NSW.
Technician in a busy Hospital operating theatre, to earn money
whilst backpacking in Australia.
1984 - 1989 Devonport Royal Dockyard, Plymouth Devon.
Mechanical Engineer. Completed a four year
apprenticeship in a naval base, being trained to build and
maintain any mechanical aspect on marine apparatus ranging from
pumps and engines to large propellers found on a variety of
vessels from nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers to small
Secretary of Plympton Cricket Club
Organising meetings, and schedules for a large, successful local cricket club
Chairman of Oak House residents association.
Chair of the
student body of the largest hall of residence at Manchester
University with over 1,000residents. Liased with the university
management, student union and other halls on behalf of the
students of Oak House, negotiating for issues such as lower,
fairer rent, better facilities and prevention of overcrowding.
Re-elected for a second term.
of the Senior Students Council.
Chair of the
body which represented all of the halls on the university
committees which formed an integral part of its normal
business, tackling agenda such as future rent, student numbers
and university funding policy. Importance of the post emphasised
by funding crisis at the time due to expansion of student numbers
and cut backs in government grants.
and Leisure activities.
I have a keen literary interest in several subjects, including science fiction and mountaineering, an interest in which I picked up whilst trekking in the Himalayas.
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