Career Information

Aliysa Lee
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J Sainsbury's (September 2014-Present)

Buying Assistant

Total Access uk (July 2014-August 2014)
Marketing and Buying Assistant

AMI Creative (June 2014-July 2014)

Gap Europe Limited (Aug 2013-June 2014)
Merchandise Processor
I manage and process merchandise ensuring that stock is correct. I am responsible in providing great packaging and presentation for customers and measuring stock accuracy. I am a high performer as part of the team and consistently exceed daily targets. Skills involved are organisation, speed, time-keeping and admin work.

J Sainsbury's (Nov 2008-August 2014)
Customer Service Assistant
I am multi-skilled across many departments within the store such as checkouts, electrical, clothing and the deli counter. I have trained up to Foundation level in my job so I am flexible with the Company's needs. I regularly interact with customers and assist them in their requests and any problems they have. I aim to achieve my set targets set out for the company. We work as a team and at times independently to complete daily stock replenishments and to ensure sales of products. As an experienced colleague I am expected to lead other colleagues to a perfect performance and deliver training where needed.

Work Experience

TU Sainsbury’s (October 2012)
Design Assistant
- Reporting on upcoming news and key trends in fashion design. From
- Highlighting the key trends with market and product research from designer’s catwalks and developing mood boards.
- Fashion Analysis
- Assisting the manager in design

Helen Foot Textiles Designer (October 2011)
- Assisting Designer in preparing for upcoming shows and stalls.
- Admin jobs in preparation for the shows.

Tu Sainsbury's (November 2010)
- A Live Brief set to design a collection of clothing for Children for the Autumn/Winter Range 2011.
- Trend research considering the future trend for the 2011 range and influence from adult fashion.
- Creatively drawing designs from hand and adapting to suit the target age group.
- Using Photoshop to develop the range further with additional use of slogans, placement and colour.
- Completing a visual of the final collection through textiles and hand stitch.

Inspire Me Papers (September 2010)
- To complete a set of six self designed patterned papers to co-ordinate with the papers in the Inspire Me Papers range.
- Developing these patterns to be considered for use in the stationary or craft market.
- Creative mood boards and research.
- Selective and bold with choice of colours and choosing a subject to design for and considering the target market.
- Designing and experimenting with ideas and using Photoshop to explore placement and further design ideas.

Graham & Brown (April 2010)
- A Live brief to produce a repeat wallpaper design with a co-ordinating complimentary wall art.
- Choosing an appropriate subject room, considering the Company's requirements.
- Looking at market research to predict upcoming trends and colour palettes.
- Using Photoshop to create a room visual for the final design completed in repeat.
- A complimentary wall art to accompany the wallpaper.