【世界经理人学堂-讯】My name is Zhao Wanjun. Wanjun is my given name. Wan means sweet and Jun means person, so my name means a sweet-tempered girl. I actually am! But you can call me June, for your convenience, j-u-n-e, its similar to my Chinese name Jun. I am from Enping, a small city in the southwest of Guangdong Province, near HongKong and Macao. Maybe you have never been there before, its well known for the hot springs there.
My hometown is Wuhan, so I speak Hubei dialect in addition to Mandarin and some Cantonese.
I graduated from Guangzhou University two years ago. I had great performance in university, two scholarships, two awards of Excellent Student Cadre, and one impressive award of Full Attendance, which means I never missed a single class that semester!
My first job was receptionist and secretary in an electronic company, but I left in less than a year simply because I had little work to do there. At that time I could finish a days work in several hours. I couldnt bear the boredom of having nothing to do, so I quit.
My current job is a very busy one. I work at Leshi Pharmaceutical Company. Leshi, as you can see on my resume, specializes in the wholesale of Chinese medicine, the annual sales are about 50 million RMB. I am one of the eight customer service representatives. I provide services to about fifty customers, inputting orders, pushing payments, handling complaints and so on. Last year I ranked number two of the eight representatives in the annual Satisfaction Survey. Sales reps gave me 4.5 and customers gave me 4.2 out of the full score of 5 for the services I provided.
Im interested in Ciba for two reasons. The first reason is that I look forward to joining a big international company. The second reason is that I feel I meet your requirements. Although Ive never worked in fine chemistry companies, the two-year experience in a pharmaceutical company has made me a qualified customer service representative who can meet the high standards. I believe you know that the pharmaceutical business usually has very strict requirements and high standards. In addition, I am sure I can learn how to use Oracle ERP in a short time, as I am very familiar with Hejia ERP, which is quite similar, and I use the English version at my present job. Thats about all.【转载务必注明：世界经理人学堂-school.icxo.com】