Todd Dicus


Profile


I am a friendly, loyal, and dedicated person who has the drive to succeed in any given environment.  Although I have extensive experience in the Electronic Media Industry, I love to learn, and always up for the challenge in whatever the situation may be.  I get along well with others as well as work effectively on my own.  I am seeking a position where I can develop and excel while giving my best to my employer.


Experience


camera operator-Crew One Productions--2014- current


Sales associate, Kohl’s, Murfreesboro, tn — 2008-2011


Greet  customers, help customers locate items, explain product features and specifications, compare and contrast different models, explain the terms of warranties, anticipate customers' needs and provide recommendations.


Server/bartender, snapstones, antioch, tn — 2011


Meet and greet customers, establishing good rapport.  Food Sales, Up-selling and special recommendations.  P.O.S computer operations, Money Handling, Stocking, and Opening and closing store responsibilities.


 


lighting stagehand, tpac — 2010-2011


Setup of stage lighting for large events including plays, concerts, shows and the like.  Including but not limited to stage setup/breakdown, wiring, camera setup, and focusing and setup of high intensity lighting shows.


head cashier, shell oil co.,Murfreesboro, tn—Jan 2008-may 2008 


Customer Service, Store Maintenance, Product Inventory, Product Knowledge, Stocking, Accounting, Running register sales, Handling customer complaints, and maintaining good rapport with customers so as to deep future business.


 


Server/bartender, chef wang’s inc, murfreesboro, tn—Sept 2006-jan 2008 


Meet and greet customers, establishing good rapport.  Food Sales, Up-selling and special recommendations.  P.O.S computer operations, Money Handling, Stocking, and Opening and closing store responsibilities.


 


Business Manager, Hicks painting services, hiram, ga—april 2005-sept 2007


Ran a 12 man residential painting crew, Supervised employees, met with customers to establish their need’s, job pricing, as well as business marketing, accounting and payroll responsibilities.


 


bartender/assistant bar manager, glendalough manor, tyrone, ga,—may 2005-oct 2005


Operated bar for large scale business functions, weddings, and specialty events.  Supervised six other bartender’s, as well as product stocking, ordering, and inventory practices.


 


valet Attendant, Parking management co., Nashville, tn—mar 2004-jan 2005


Valet automobile’s at upscale restaurant’s and private events in the Metro Nashville area.


 


Automotive sales representative, rick case mazda, hyundai, and mitsubishi, duluth, ga—aug 2002-dec 2003


Build rapport with current and future clients and understand their needs and wants.  Learn about all new and used automotive products including special and safety options. Providing payment options that satisfied the   clients needs and wants.


 


bartender, the 191 club, atlanta, ga—aug 2001-jul 2003


Tended Bar for private city club in downtown Atlanta.  Establish good rapport with clients.  Up-selling and special recommendations.  Product stocking, ordering, and inventory.


 


 


 


Education


Middle Tennessee State University — Bachelor’s Electronic Media Communication, 2012


Tv/Film Production 


Skills


Have been in the customer service industry for over ten years, which including food service and sales.


Certified licensed bartender 


 


 


*Referrals available upon request


 

  • ID#: 121095
  • Location: Nashville, TN , 37217

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