Admin Assistant, Receptionist, Basic office helper, Data entry, Warehouse.

Cindylou Sarmento

Showroom receptionist answer phone page salespeople alphabetize documents

Sacramento, CA


Work Experience

Telemarketer/Customer Service Representative

Empire Insulation


Sacramento, CA


February 2013 to Present

Contact PG&E customers for income qualifying customers for weatherizing and discounts. We use email, fax, and phone to contact customers.

Serramonte Ford

Showroom receptionist answer phone page salespeople alphabetize documents

Michael Verducci Human Resources


Colma, CA


August 1988 to August 2011

Part-time position 
DUTIES: Showroom receptionist answer phone page salespeople alphabetize documents for office part-time. 
August 1988 to August 2011 AT&T TELEPHONE COMPANY 
916-972-6422 contact (Teresa Cline 2nd level manager) 
full-time position 
I started with AT&T in Northern California, as a Directory Assistance Operator (411) then moved to Southern California, then back to Northern California where I feel more at home. I was caught in the whole reduction in force and downsizing. 
DUTIES: Process inbound calls by providing telephone numbers and addresses to customers in a timely manner. I have worked with many different systems throughout my career with AT&T. I loved every minute of it. 

Sleeptrain Arena

Kings and other events

Parking Lot Attendant 12/2009 current
Excellent references available upon request.



Oceana High School

Pacifica, CA


  • ID#: 98587
  • Location: Sacramento, CA , 95838

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