Excellence is my nature as I have been outstanding in my marks since my primary school days. With
my PSLE overall grade A at Hillcrest Primary School (school attended from 1996 to 2002) and my
achievements at Kimberley High School in Maths and Accounting in 2005 as well as best senior FOH
(Francis Oats Hostel) in 2005 and achieving a merit in Matric at 2007, speak that I am driven to prove
myself at your environment.
Afterward I completed my Bachelor of Science (Second Class Honours; Second Division) in Applied
Business Computing (from 2008 to 2012) at University of Sunderland with marks ranging from 90%
in Advanced Visual Basic, 73% in Corporate Business Communication, 83% in Visual Basic, 87% in
Quantitative Analysis Of A Business, 74% in Structured Programming Methods etc. I then did two
CompTIA certifications from 2013 to 2014 (A+ and Network+), which involved learning computers
(hardware and software) as well as networking devices (PCs togethers, printers and others).
Furthermore, I am doing I.T. internship at the Ministry Of Infrastructure And Housing (Department
Of Housing) (since October 2020) and waiting for an opportunity like this, I am ready to transition
into a position that presents an exciting new set of challenges. I feel confident that my abilities
which I acquired over the years would enable me to ramp up quickly in this position so that I could
begin making an impact as soon as possible. For more information regarding my qualifications, see
my attached resume. I would greatly appreciate an opportunity to discuss this position in more
detail. Thank you for considering my application.
Advanced Visual Basic (AVB) : 90%, Quantitative Analysis Of A Business : 87%, Visual Basic : 83%, Corporate Business Communication : 73%, Essential Computer Mathematics (CMS) : 69%, Advanced Web Development : 62% etc…
Computer hardware and its peripherals (fax machine, scanner, printers). Fixing hardware and software problems. Computer networking devices like routers, switches, hubs, bridges etc. Connecting devices to the computer like printers, fax machines, scanners etc
My High School
Purchasing new computer equipment (CPUs, Monitors, Laptops, Printers etc.), Inspecting all computer equipment and cabling and ensuring all is functioning accordingly. Installing relevant software to computer equipment. Adding computer equipment to main network and making necessary configurations i.e. (Adding computers to GOB domain. Renaming equipment to organisation
policy, “vhs01wx0014”. Adjusting Proxy settings and Internet adapter settings). Ensuring all computer hardware and telephone devices are on main network, Setting meeting for staff on Microsoft Teams or Webex. Adding new staff to the Active Directory or Disabling other staff. Other tasks involve I.T. user support, replacing cables, boarding old equipment, writing rfqs etc.