James Elgar - A Model of Sense of Proprietyby James Elgar Professional
A 19-year old UKIP election candidate James Elgar looks ready to foray into a seemingly promising political career. Having a fearless approach to challenges, James Elgar has always been a gritty soul. The way his professional career passed off suggests that he is too thoughtful to put any foot wrong. Born and brought up in the UK, James Elgar is known to be an outgoing and positive person. Coming to his academic credentials, he always fared at both school and college, where he received two A-level equivalents in business. Moreover, he took a short-lived but spirited attempt into buying and selling products on ebay.
How James Elgar Started Out
On graduating college, he took up a job at a new MOTO service area, in a Greggs’ retail outlet on shifting hours. Often, he was asked to undertake the projects at short notice to which he duly obliged. His hard work and dedication paid off when he was promoted to the position of supervisor in early September 2013. Handling tasks of critical nature like stock rotation/ordering, human resource management, and complaint resolution, Elgar never gave in to the stress of working in fast paced business environment. Rather, he built a strong rapport with his colleagues.
James Elgar’s Second Innings
In June 2014, Elgar got placed in the position of a Customer Support Executive at Aircraft Aviation Services (AASS), based in Weybridge. This paved the path to an illustrious career in Aviation industry for him. He always wanted to follow in the footsteps of his father, who served as a Senior Executive in Aviation for 25 years. Currently, his father Mark Elgar holds the position of Vice President of Sales at AWAS, Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services. James’ zeal and hunger for success suggest that he will pursue greater feats and may eventually achieve it.
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