Julissa Kinoshita*

My name is Julissa Kinoshita and I just graduated with an Associate’s in Applied Science from Union County College last past spring. In addition, I have a certification in Graphic design by computer and in Microsoft office. First, I work as a sales & support generalist at Victoria’s Secret and I work full time over there.  Some of my duties are record keeping transactions, audit the cashiers, and preparing merchandise for sales floor and set up the visual changes in the store. I have been working in Victoria’s Secret since 2013. Second, I had experience in a Screen Printing company for five years.  I was an assistant in the art department Moreover, my duties were to organized new designs for customers and prepare for the production area. Also, I have knowledge about digit template for the embroidery machine design and manipulate the embroidery machine. and I was support in the administration area too. I processed purchase order, invoice and reports in QuickBooks. Third, I have a great sense of organization and teamwork. I have knowledge of different kinds of digit programs and social media platforms. Also, I am bilingual. I feel confident and qualified to be part in any team. I am eager to demonstrate my abilities. I would like the opportunity to discuss my background, qualifications, and potential contributions. It would be pleasure to meet you. Please free to contact me at (908)-943-3194 or send me an email to yukima18151@gmail.com
Sincerely, Julissa Kinoshita

  • ID#: 128369
  • Location: Elizabeth, NJ , 07208

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