Thema - DTP Operator - Pretoria, GP, South Africa

Mmabore Thema

Pretoria, GP, South Africa

Services

DTP Operator

Work History

Senior DTP and Graphic Designer

INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERS

From July 2012

Reasons for leaving: Growth
Contact: Tanja Botha (Manager)

Finished Artist

OwenKessel

From August 2012

Reasons for leaving: Growth
Contact: Christina Bacsa


Motivation
I'm humbled that you're considering my application. I strive on humility which is why I work so well under pressure. I appreciate being in a new environment, and take each part of my esteemed posts as a challenge. I've had the privilege of being exposed to this industry. Advertising, print and publishing. Desktop Publishing has channelled me to focus on details, and be deadline enthralled. I believe I'm an asset to any company, as I've had to learn the skill of multi-tasking and being as calm as possible when having to best I can possible be.

Kindest Regards:
M. Thema

AUTO TRADER

July 2007 - February 2012

Responsibilities: Senior DTP and paginator.
Reasons for leaving: Growth
Contact: Tyron Santillan (Production Team Leader)

It was a one month internship

Graphics and Desktop Publishing

From April 2006

Contact: Ivan Kirsten (Head of design)

PLAN_B DESIGNS

May 2006 - May 2007

Responsibilities: Graphics art, corporate identities, annual reports,
billboards, and DTP.
Reasons for leaving: The Company closed (unfortunately).
Contact: Alan / Eleanor / Kate Gibson (Managers)

While studying as a DTP Operator at Cross Media Training College

TRUWORTHS CLEARWATER

June 2004 - December 2005

Responsibilities: Cash desk administration, banking and merchandising.
Reasons for leaving: Had to focus on getting the right internship for my trade.
Contact: Lebogang Ratlata (Manager)


MORTIMER HARVEY: 011 996 2833

Waitress

STEERS EASTGATE

November 2003 - January 2004

Reasons for leaving: I needed to prepare for tertiary.
Contact: Miriam and Afzal Khan

Qualifications & Certifications

Electronic Origination

South African Printing College

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