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Jennifer Hart

223 Duke Street
Saint John, New Brunswick
E2L 1N9
(506) 693-0428



Knowledge in Computer Applications:

Other Related Skills:

Alliare HomeSite
Windows 98/NT 4.0/ 2000 Professional
Macintosh O.S. X
Microsoft FrontPage 2000
Adobe PageMill & GoLive 4.0
1st Page 2000
Adobe Photoshop & Image Ready
Inex Commerce Court 3.2
Internet Explorer
Microsoft Office 2000
FTP & Fetch
Adobe Illustrator
PDF creation
Microsoft Access
Microsoft Exchange
Quark Xpress

AutoCADD 11 - 14
Pen & Ink drawings
Watercolor & marker rendering
Faux finishing
Typing 45 wpm


Web Master

Saint John, New Brunswick

February 2002
to Present

Web Developer for Kent Building Supplies. Duties include HTML/XHTML, CSS and JavaScript coding, Statistics, customer relations, research and quality testing for the Kent corporate website.

Web Developer

Fredericton, New Brunswick

December 2000
to September 2001

Web Developer for an e-learning company. Duties include HTML/XHTML, CSS and JavaScript coding, research and quality testing for custom courseware.

Web Designer

City & District
P.O. Box 4652, Rothesay, NB

May 1999 to
December 2000

Web Designer for an Internet Design/Development/Hosting Company. Duties include HTML coding, graphic design and optimization, forms, Java scripting, CGI, creating e-commerce sites ("Buy Me" buttons, Easy Stores, Commerce Court stores) virtual tours, multi-media.

Interior Design

Independently consulting for homes, apartment and retail design
Consulting Done on a commission basis.

Retail Design, Seminars, consulting, faux finishing, paint selection, furniture arrangement, and restoration of apartment buildings, kitchen designs.

June 1995 to


Canadian Facts, Division of CF Group Inc.
1075 Bay Street, 3rd Fl., Toronto, On
Supervisor - June Steeves
(506) 832-5824

Approaching and interviewing the public on various products.

April 1996 to
Dec 1997

Sales Clerk

Northern Traditions
Macallister Place, Saint John, NB
(506) 633-1210

Assisting customers in the selection of clothing. Processing sales and returns. 

July 1996 to
Jan 1997

Project Supervisor

Kennebecasis Public Library
1 Landing Court
Quispamsis, NB
(506) 849-2043

I coordinated the formation and execution of the summer reading program for young children. The program was the Summer Reading Club and it was for children of reading age to 15. I also have experience in handling book returns, cataloguing and other Library duties.

Skills: Organization, management, microfiche, and teaching.

June to
Sept. 1994


ASP and Access
April 2000 to July 2000

Smart Planet

Courses include ASP Programming and the MS Access. CEU credits will be given upon successful completion of the ASP course.

Direct URL to ASP course description

Web Design
Jan to March 2000

Virtual University

Courses included Java Scripting, Forms and Copy Write Law for which University credits were achieved.

Interior Designer
1992 - 1995

Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology, Welland Campus
300 Woodlawn Road, P.O. Box 1005, Welland, Ontario, L3B 5S2
(905) 735-2211

I have completed a 3-year Diploma in Interior Design offered by Niagara College in Welland, Ontario.

Courses: Drafting, AutoCADD11 & 12, Rendering, Building Code, Research & Development Public Speaking, Interior Design Business, etc.

I was an active student member of the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario from 1993 to 1995.

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