Mary Williams-Alabi

  • Strong Work Ethic, Attention To Detail, Life Long Learner, Ability To Self Supervise, Keen Interest In Collectible, Antiques, Resell Items, Well Organized, Positive Attitude
  • Gwinnett County, GA, USA
  • Jul 30, 2021
Part time Clerk Auction Set-Up Auction Load-Out Online Auction Cataloging

Personal Summary

I am a life long learner and am seeking a part time position in the auction, estate, liquidation, clean out and resell business. I have been visiting second hand stores for well over a decade and it is relaxing, and therapeutic.  Item placement, history, condition and possible value is fascinating. Research, brand markings or the lack thereof does, can, sometimes tells a story.  Taking pictures, adequate lighting, proper background settings and seo descriptions are very important. I am well organized and would will be a valuable member of any team. I come to work on time every time. I am a good listener, dependable, determined and a person of my word. Thanks for your consideration. 

Work Experience

Data Entry, Shelter Advocate, Library Associate, Claims Specialty
Feb 2020 - Square 1 Art, Forsyth County Family Haven

Helping each child feel like an accomplished artist. Maintained database by entering new and updated customer and account information. Transcribed information into required electronic format. Prepared source data for computer entry by compiling and sorting information. Established entry priorities. Resolved deficiencies by using standard procedures or returning incomplete documents to the team leader for resolution updated data and deleted unnecessary files. Checked completed work for accuracy. Knowledge of correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. Accurate keyboard skills and proven ability to enter data at the required speed.

Experience providing excellent customer service and inclusive services to a diverse client group. Supported clients with children to ensure they have the parenting support they needed and connect children with services that promote healing and resilience.
Navigated service systems, including housing, mental health, medical, legal and/or school systems. Provided support, crisis intervention, advocacy and information to the participants at the shelter. Communicated in a thoughtful and professional manner. Maintained case and call records and statistics into the database.Active listening skills; committed to learning and engaging on many topics of advocacy.

Registered new patrons and issued library cards.
Provided reference services for patrons, assisted in locating reference sources and gave instruction in their use, frequently promoted programs for all ages. Created monthly and every other month library displays based on informative themes. Helped the volunteers with questions and material location issues. Assisted customers at the help desk in checking items in and out, renewed and reserved library materials and completed interlibrary loans. Supervised computer and copier use, helped with projects, answered the phone, processed overdue fees, and library item purchases. Communicated with patrons on the wealth of services available. Assisted the librarian as needed. Recommended reading, records and statistics. Resolved issued in the book drop and in the stacks. Cleared out the lost and found items. Ran reports.

Education

Sociology
Morgan State University