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My career is based on previous employment experiences that I have had since 1993. My first job was with Data Entry International as a Proof-reader. I learnt my auditing skills of paying attention to detail, has driven me to be the professional that I am today. Different jobs, different companies, and public sector organizations with vivid business acumen, showed me that sky is the limit. Here I am still climbing the ever-changing career prospects because of the professional reading this right now. Having said that, I like to take ownership of the work I do, that I am being offered after you read the rest of my curriculum vitae in a few minutes. My professional development had a huge leap when I came through the green channel in Terminal Four, London Heathrow Airport in July 2004. The highlights in the United Kingdom since 2004 and the other important milestones in my career, starting with my last employment up until my first job is stated below. My hobby of graphic design works are mainly based on manual artwork that has been converted to digital images. Please see my portfolio Home of Dainty for my work. I have learnt these qualities and skills on my own with inspiration from web, media and other influential sources and have enhanced me to be the professional that I am today. My on-the-job training with Central Government, Local Government and wider NHS helped me gain important knowledge in the UK Legislation and specifically Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA), Data Protection Act 1998 and 2018 (DPA), Health and Social Care (National Data Guardian) Act 2018 and other related aspects of information rights law that guided and directed me to pursue a career in Information Rights Law and Information Governance. I would like to leave a legacy in what I owe to the future generations. I am happy to come on board as a trainee or junior entry level professional to achieve my goals while making my dreams come true too.

  October 2022     3 months ago

Submitted Poems 15 total

Chain to the alphabet

Always there are thoughts about someone or something in our minds.

Being with them is a choice or option we make to be happy.

Caringly we decide on that happiness, whether it could be to make someone happy or else for ourselves.

Divine is...

by Dunstan Samantha Thomas

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Mindfulness

Measuring the depth I felt
In a certain experience
Naturally blooming senses within
Daringly refusing to accept the reality
Frustrations makes it more unearthly
Unanimously sequence the winning truth
Lost in the battle of minding myself
...

by Dunstan Samantha Thomas

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OOO

Odd One Out
Out Of Office
Open Often On
Omit Object...

by Dunstan Samantha Thomas

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added 3 months ago
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Sorry!

I am sorry
what for?
For everything I have done
My fault
My Fault
My grievous fault

I am sorry
what for?
Sorry for being late
Sorry for being lazy
Sorry for being silly
Sorry for being rude
Sorry for being angry
Sorry for being...

by Dunstan S Thomas

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added 11 months ago
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Love

Love is blind
Love conquers all
Love is perfect only when shared
Love is a wonderful thing
Love is like a litany
Love is beautiful
Love is selfish
Love is infatuating
Love is like chocolate
Love is sweet
Love is lust
Love is tearful
Love...

by Dunstan S Thomas

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added 11 months ago
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Great work and soulful!

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