Remote positions
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Location: Riverside, CA, United States
School: Norco College
Major: Early Childhood Development

Remote positions

Experienced Office Assistant seeking a remote job, where I can work from home due to frequent moves as a military family. I wish to find a job where I can utilize my skills, commitment, knowledge, and strong work ethics, to add to the growth of the office.

Microsoft Word DAMION (District Attorney System)
Microsoft PowerPoint JIMS
Microsoft Excel Riverside Genesis (Court system),
Microsoft Outlook Judicial Access
Operate office equipment Strong Internet navigation
Clerical duties

 Team player who continually exceeds expectations and is committed to professional growth and opportunity
 Flexible team player who thrives in environments requiring ability to effectively prioritize and juggle multiple concurrent projects.
 Able to go beyond what the situation requires and act before being asked. Brings new approaches to problems.
 Utilizes strong leadership, organizational and communication skills.
 Combines expert technical, analytical and real life experience with excellent customer service and problem solving expertise.
 Natural communicator with strong motivational skills and ability to build, produce and succeed, consistently exceeding company expectations and goals.
 Capable of working independently and confident of my ability to provide exceptional performance in any assignment I undertake.
 Professional attention to detail and ability to follow through.
 Well qualified in the areas of team management and public relations, planning and setting objectives, displaying excellent interpersonal and verbal skills with peers, co-workers, customers and the general public.
 Highly motivated and enthusiastic, a self-starter, recognized by upper management for displaying efficiency, integrity, high performance standards and an extremely professional and positive attitude.


Mar. 2015- Present SW District Attorney’s Office Murrieta, California
Legal Support Assistant
 Handle new cases coming in from agencies, including looking through the case for proper and accurate information needed to submit the case
 Entering and then typing the case once the filing decision has been made
 Type amended complaints for attorneys
 File legal papers with the proper courts and record dispositions of cases
 Prepare cases to be sent down to court for arraignment
 Phones: answer questions from Law Enforcement, defendants, victims, witnesses, Attorneys
 Public: greet people and answer questions they may have
 Handle Discovery (evidence) provided for private attorneys, public defenders, and Criminal Defense Lawyers.
 Filing drug results and cases
 Data entry
 Familiar with the policies, procedures, legal terminology
 Convert general information into proper legal form
 Locating sources of information and determining proper format for finished reports
 Work on assignments with deadlines
 Informs public on procedures of Court/DA’s office (i.e.: steps taken to file a case)
 Handle proprietary/confidential information
 Perform routine administrative and clerical work including but not limited to, entering computer data, preparing and maintaining spreadsheets, completing and processing forms, sending and receiving faxes, processing mail, use of multi-line phone, fax machine, printer, and photocopier
 Provide excellent public relations and courteous customer service and establish and maintain effective working relationships

Dec. 2013 - Oct. 2014 American Life Club Sasebo, Japan
English/American Culture Teacher
 Created a positive educational climate for students to enhance and gain confidence in their English skills and knowledge of American culture
 Provided a setting in which students could incorporate their English skills into the learning environment, and regular vocabulary.
 Taught students about the structure and content of the English language, including proper grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.
 Used programs such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to create unique and beneficial ways for students to practice their new skills

June 2010 – May 2012 Blue Diamond Properties Riverside, California
Administrative Assistant
 Organized and provided documents, reports and information to department and external clients in a useful and well-organized manner
 Updated, processed, and filed documents for each property
 Assisted in the formatting, preparation and proof-reading of documents for proposal submissions, and other related documents
 Answered telephone and electronic enquiries and forwarded telephone calls and messages to appropriate personnel
 Greeted visitors, determine nature of dealing and send visitors to correct person
 Handled tenant complaints, completed work orders, and received rent from tenants
 Distributed incoming regular/electronic mail and other material to appropriate departments, while maintaining the flow of information internally and with other departments and organizations
 Showed houses to prospected tenants and assisted with the application screening process
 Scheduled and verified appointments of property managers

personal assistant, remote, work from home