Publication assistants work in both private and public organizations and non-government organizations. They are responsible for creating numerous documents such as letters, brochures, reports, flyers, and other materials to promote the company, organization, and its products or services. Publication assistants must be knowledgeable of using computer applications for making documents as well as basic lay-outing programs. Publication assistants may also be involved in making digital copies of documents that have been faxed or copied from other sources. Publication assistants work under the supervision of managers or directors. They may also be assigned to perform clerical duties.
Sample Publication Assistant CV Template
Chester, CH3 4BJ
Dynamic and motivated worker is searching for employment as a publication assistant in a company that provides room for career advancement as I use my skills for the benefit of the company.
Summary of Qualification
- Possess three years of experience as a publication assistant.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Adept in the use of computer applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Has a keen eye for detail and accuracy.
- Can follow complex instructions and work under minimal supervision.
- Excellent social skills.
Career Experience/Job History
2007 – Present: Publication Assistant, New Trend Company
- Receive and implement tasks assigned by supervisor.
- Write letters and correspondence based on instructions of supervisor.
- Perform basic clerical duties such as answering the phone and receiving guests.
2002 – 2006: Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts, Chester University
Professional reference will be furnished upon request.