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5 Ida Court, Ayr

My name is Amaia Licciardello and I am looking for a part-time job, particularly night shifts and on weekends as
I am a university student. However, through holidays I am available full-time. However, I am very willing to shift
and make myself available to whatever suits.


Burdekin Catholic High School, Ayr, Qld

Completed 2014

I attended Burdekin Catholic High School from 2010 – 2014. In my senior year, I was the Cultural
Captain which involved organizing school choirs and other cultural events within the school.

Currently Studying

 Bachelor of Creative Arts Majoring in Music – University of Southern Queensland

 Bachelor of Primary Teaching – James Cook University*

*I do not live in Townsville, I drive back and forth and this will continue next year.

Delta Music; Ayr; Qld - 2010 - 2011

I was employed part-time at the local music store as a sales assistant. This was an enjoyable, challenging and
great learning experience. Employment involved working on a casual basis as well as meeting customer service
demands and assisting and processing customer lay-bys and stock requests.

Amaia Licciardello voice lessons; Ayr; Qld - 2012 - 2014

Throughout my last few years at high school I started my own singing/vocal coaching business. This enabled me
to strengthen communication skills as an individual, allow me to grow independently and quickly helped me
realise the importance of time-management.

Concenti Music Academy, Toowoomba, Qld – 6 months

Whilst studying in Toowoomba I was employed at a music academy where I taught children piano and singing.
This was a great way to finally work for someone other than family or myself. It reinforced discipline through
small things such as arriving to work on time or by ensuring feedback and documents were due in by certain
dates. It also inspired me when I came back to the Burdekin to run a more professional business.

Volunteer Work Experience

Ethnic Community Care Links - Music Therapy - 2010

Spent a week working with aged people particularly suffering from dementia, music was used as a
communicating link to people from different backgrounds, languages and cultures

- 2013 Junior Cultural Australia Day Award

- Completion of Grade 8 AMEB Piano Exam

- Involvement in local musical productions; Oklahoma, Honk!, Suessical, Annie, Grease, Jesus Christ Superstar,
The Boy From Oz, Aladdin, Cinderella, Pinocchio, Dr. Dolittle, Alice in Wonderland, Oliver!, Cats, Joseph and
the Technicolor Dream Coat, The Wizard of Oz, The Jungle Book

- I have also assisted Pat Nuttall in the recent junior production, ‘The Little Mermaid’

- Performing at local Eisteddfod’s

- Performing and hosting at annual Water Festival

- Performing the national anthem at State Senate and other rotary events

- Fast Track Competition - Most Outstanding Vocalist

- Received school Cultural Award from 2011- 2014

- Received Most Outstanding Performer at Inter-School Drama Festival

- Competed at State level for Soccer

- Represented NQ School Soccer from 2010-2013

- Selected in the 2013 QLD Soccer Merit Squad

- Competed in NQ Cross Country

- Was a member of the school’s High Performance Squad for elite athletes

- Runner up at BSSS Soccer Championships

- Was a member of the school soccer and futsal team

- Received high marks in HPE classes

Academic Achievements
- OP 2

- Received school Academic Achievement Award 2013

- Received Frank Hansen Shield for Continuing Excellence in Education

Pat Nuttall: