Natasha Cutts Andersen
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Hello there!

Although my Master's degree - Maritime Archaeology - certainly sounds adventurous, there is not much space in the Danish market for underwater researchers! For this reason, I am choosing to hang up my diving gear, and would like to offer your start-up the very best of my capabilities for working on dry land within the fields of communications, social media, customer service or human relations.

Me & Work Experience:
I have worked as a freelance editor, university blog manager and I've had various hospitality-related jobs, that shape me today. I communicate with clients with a strong sense of friendly professionalism, I am attentive to detail, work well within a team while still industriously independent, and my "go-get-it" attitude could make me a goal-orientated new addition to your team.

As a researcher, I am capable of collecting and analysing quantitative and qualitative data sets, conducting interviews, writing reports, corresponding by email, organising logistics, and familiar with drawing conclusions from trends and feedback. 

As a native-English speaker, former language teacher and creative writer, I try to appeal to the target audience, retain my readers' attention, offer them something new or peak their curiosity, especially in the case of writing content for a website/blog. I recognise the need to balance text and visuals, static and interactive content, and the importance of building an online presence. My university professor described me as having a colourful writing style, which makes even the most scientific research paper easy and enjoyable to read. 

Me & My Work Ethic:
On top of all this, my personal background (growing up in South East Asia as a child and Europe as an adult) shapes me to be an open-minded people-orientated person. I am adaptive to new working environments and enjoy working with and alongside dynamic personalities. Furthermore, I am always willing to lend a helping hand and I am empathetic towards others' needs, which means that I look for sustainable solutions that help the individual without letting down the team. 

Me @ The Moment:
I am searching for job opportunities in Denmark, while exploring my capabilities as a digital illustrator. As a Dane who never learned Danish, job-hunting is proving to be extremely challenging, but I have a determined and hard-working personality, and I am open to learning new skills, which is why I take online tutorials and study Danish in addition to my job search. Jeg prøver at udvikler min dansksprog evner så hurtig som mulig!

If its sound like my profile could match a position within your start up company or even if it seems like I have the warm kind of personality you could work happily with, I am eager to hear from you!

Best of regards, 
Tasha

Work
Enøbageri (Enø, Denmark).
Medarbejder (Praktikant) til at udvikler mundtlig dansksprog evner
2016 - 2016
Responsibilities: • Responsible for the preparation and sale of bakery, ice cream and café menu items • Cleaning and restocking of serving and visitor areas • Venue preparation for large events, e.g.: marathon, sea festival, Sankt Hans, etc. • Communication with customers and colleagues in the Danish language Results: • Improvement of my Danish communication skills and confidence • Friendly face-to-face relay of product information and recommendations • Maintenance of high standards of display and visual merchandising
Freelance (UK, Spain, Denmark)
English-Proficiency Editor
2013 - 2015
Responsibilities: • Proof-reading dissertations, journal articles and other documents for Masters and Doctoral-level students prior to their publication • Suggested sentence modifications and alternative vocabulary to improve text flow • Working in accordance with client deadlines • Quick email correspondence and Skype consultations with clients to explain corrections, confirm authours’ intended meaning and respond to inquiries Results: • Contribution to various publications of diverse themes, including transnational education, migration policies, thermodynamics, human-computer interaction, etc. • Increase in client referrals and customer loyalty
Center for Underwater Archaeology / Centro de Arqueología Subacuática (Cádiz, Spain).
Visiting Researcher
2015 - 2015
Responsibilities: • Research for my Masters thesis about how effectively museums in Cádiz communicate the need to protect Underwater Cultural Heritage • Preparation, photography and packaging of archaeological material for its transfer to the Museum of Cádiz for the ‘Puerto Bahía de Cádiz’ exhibition (July 2015) • Artefact collection and storeroom management in preparation for Doctoral research • Contribution to the 2015 CAS course on underwater prospection methods Results: • 12 marks for an original and well-written thesis • Material was successfully integrated the ‘Puerto Bahía de Cádiz’ exhibition by deadline • My photo archive, excel spread sheets and storage room arrangement enabled a doctoral student’s research of a 17th/18th century ceramics collection • My animated presentation slides, outlining underwater prospections methods, was incorporated into the 2015 CAS course, and kept on file for future CAS courses
Ghillie Dhu – Pub, Restaurant & Event Venue (Edinburgh, UK).
Waiting and Events
2013 - 2014
Responsibilities: • Receiving food/beverage orders, performing table service, and bartending • Cleaning and restocking of serving and visitor areas • Relaying menu content, knowledge of venue and events, and recommendations • Communication with kitchen to discuss special orders, confirm menu changes, etc. • Banquet hall preparation for events, e.g.: weddings, birthdays, tour groups, etc. Results: • Recognition for friendly but professional customer service and problem-solving skills • Regularly selected to serve VIP guests, earning Ghillie Dhu good reviews on Trip Advisor
Syddansk Universitet / Statens Maritima Museer (Älgö, Sweden).
Editor & Site Plan Manager,
2014 - 2014
Responsibilities: • Editing the official research report for Swedish authorities (Statens Maritima Museer) to outline the SDU Maritime Archaeology team’s intentions for a shallow wreck site • Manager of the site plan; joined and drew segment recordings and digitised full site plan • Planning of field school logistics and shared site management responsibilities • Regular contributions to the Maritime Archaeology Blog (www.maritimearchaeology.dk) Results: • A structured and consistent report, modified to accommodate the work of ten authours • A coherent visual of the wreck site for the 2014 Älgö field school publication • Organised work site and personnel, flexible for delays and/or incidents • Spread of public awareness regarding underwater field work carried out by SDU
Grand Skylight International Hotel via AIESEC Global Interns, (Ganzhou, China).
Foreign Guest Relations Officer & English Teacher
2013 - 2013
Responsibilities: • Check in/out duties • Teaching English Language to the Reception Staff • Editing PR materials and letter/email responses to guest complaints/queries • Relaying product and services information • Promoting Hotel events to foreign investors with the marketing team • Collection of foreign guest feedback Results: • Reception learned and applyiedsimple but effective phrases to check-in/out procedures • Collation of customer feedback influenced positive change in customer service quality • My correspondence with customers contributed to quick problem resolution
Education
Southern University of Denmark
MA, Maritime Archaeology
2013 - 2016
Focus: Heritage Dissemination in the Museum Context Thesis: Messages in Museum Displays for the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage: A Case-Study of coastally-situated Museums in Cádiz (Spain)
University of Sussex (Brighton, UK)./Universidad de Sevilla (Sevilla, Spain).
BA, Anthropology and Spanish
2007 - 2011
BA in Anthropology and Spanish with year abroad, University of Sussex (Brighton, UK) Focus: Anthropology of the Body and Museum Studies Thesis: Plastinate my Body? Of Corpse not!: Comparative Perspectives of Body Donation and the “Body Worlds” Museum
Li Po Chun United World College (UWC)
(IB Diploma), International Baccalaureate
2005 - 2007
Higher Level: Geography, English, and Visual Arts | IB Extended Essay: Geography Standard Level: Biology, Mathematics, and Mandarin (Chinese)
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    27

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    2800 Lyngby, Denmark

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