Sunday, July 04, 2004

My General Marvellousness

This is the bit where I tell you about how I'm an exceptionally talented individual and excel at this and am brilliant at that, bla bla bla, yada yada yada. Yes, that's right, here's a version of my resume. Mail me if you want a Word version. (I'll see what I can do about posting a link to it on the website.)

PS I've left out some contact details and contact details for referees, for privacy reasons. Again, mail me if you have work.



Timothy Huw Train

Work Experience:

I have become involved casually in various types of work:

Journalist, interviewer, writer, and researcher for Fighter Force, 1 day per week (Williamtown RAAF base paper), April – August 2003

Volunteer Worker, Port Stephens Telecentre, 2001 – 2004 – 1 day per week (Duties include: Secretarial work, spreadsheet work, customer relations, customer assistance, publicity, preparation of weekly timetables, web-page creation)

Volunteer Worker, Palais Royale Youth Venue, 2001 –2004– 1 day per week (Duties include: Editor, writer, interviewer, reviewer, researcher, publicist and secretary for youth magazine InZine, Secretary for Youth Music Committee Indent)

Volunteer Worker for I.F. Magazine (Independent Filmmaker)1999 – 2000

Writer for the Skeptic


Touch-typing speed: 75 – 85 wpm.
Alpha-numeric entry speed: 7000 kph.

I am familiar with the following programs:
- Microsoft Word (letter writing, publishing, mail-merge, using macros)
- Excel (data entry, basic formulas, charts)
- Outlook
- Powerpoint (creating/editing slide shows)
- Pagemaker, Publisher, and Photoshop (formatting and publishing)
- Front Page and Internet Explorer (web-design, research)


Master of Arts, Music, Sydney University, 1999 – 2000

Bachelor of Arts, Music and English Literature, Sydney University, 1996 – 1998

Higher School Certificate, 1995, 3-Unit Music, 2-Unit General English, 3-Unit Mathematics, 2-Unit Physics, 2-Unit

Eighth Grade Practice of Musicianship, Pass with Credit,
A.M.U.S. 1995

5th Grade Theory of Musicianship Pass with Honours,
A.M.U.S. 1993

Achievements/ Interests:

Member of C.C.L.A., 1993 – 2004.

Member of Sydney University Film Society, 1997-1999 (Actor, Director, Script Writer)

Member of the Australian Skeptics, 2001-2004, contributor to the Skeptic.

Member of Sydney University Chess Society, 1998-2000, Secretary 1999 – 2000, Editor/ Producer/ Distributor of Chess Newsletter, 1999 - 2000

Contributor to U.R. (Union Recorder), 1999 - 2000

Member of Saint Andrews College Choir, and St. Andrews College Music Soc, 1996-1998. I performed as a choir member and pianist (playing accompaniment and solo) at several concerts and church services during the years 1996-1998.


Anonymous said...

Nice resume! u wanna join me in taking over the world?
I am not half as smart as u, but are u intrested?

nailpolishblues said...

There's just something about the choir boy thing that has me pissing myself laughing.

snorri the goblin said...

Damn you! That's a more cleverer tag line than mine. Goblins steer clear of Satan.

If you haven't got a proper job yet, may I suggest talking to His Frightfulness about a deal? It may be the only way a classically trained person with a penchant for imagination and words can actually fit into the modern world.

You'll love the bit about fame and fortune, but singing Vaughn Williams backwards may hurt a bit for the first few million years.

Caz said...

Ah, Timmy, Timmy, Timmy, what a remarkably wasted talent.

How on earth are we ever going to find a job fitting to your qualifications, skills & penchants?

You COULD have at least TRIED to make it easier!

Can't believe you are spending your days transcribing.

Why is society & business so incapable and so lacking in imaginination as to be able to make proper use of the gifts of those such as yourself. *big sigh*

Email: timhtrain - at -

eXTReMe Tracker

Blog Archive