Christopher John

Skills and tools

Food & Beverages
Team Work
Stress Management


City Studies Co-op and Political Science
University of Toronto Scarborough

September 2011 -June 2015
High School Diploma
Father Michael McGivney Academy

Work Experience

December 2019 -November 2020
Starbucks Canada

Responsibilities include: Welcoming customers, informing them about specials or new items, answering questions, and accepting orders and payments. Preparing foods, such as sandwiches or baked goods, and grinding and blending coffee beans, brewing coffee and tea, and serving items to customers.Starbucks Corporation, which was formed in 1985 as a Washington corporation, purchases and roasts high-quality whole bean coffees and sells them, along with fresh, rich-brewed coffees, Italian-style espresso beverages, cold blended beverages, a variety of complementary food items, coffee-related accessories and equipment, a selection of premium teas and a line of compact discs, primarily through Company-operated retail stores.

January 2019 -July 2019
Produce Team Member
Farm Boy Canada

Responsibilities included: Providing superior customer service and support Farm Boy’s vision of the best fresh shopping experience; Having a passion for food and knowledgeably handle all customer questions or comments confidently; Utilizing Farm Boy Service Standards, welcome, greet and offer customer assistance as required; Packaging, stocking and rotating display counters ensuring that product is of high quality and finessed with correct signage; Keeping the work, storage and store areas clean and safe at all times by performing general “housekeeping” as required, including sweeping, mopping and dusting; Complying with all corporate policies, especially as they relate to Health and Safety, Food Safety and equipment use and performing designated opening and closing procedures and offering assistance to other team members as requested.Farm Boy Inc. is a Canadian food retailer operating in the province of Ontario. The company is based in Ottawa, Ontario. The retailer specializes in selling fresh produce and food products, with an emphasis on Farm-to-table wholesale.

May 2018 -August 2018
Project Management Coordinator
Office of the Vice-Principal Academic & Dean: University of Toronto Scarborough

Responsibilities included: Creating, managing and maintaining central information and repositories on Teamwork and Shared Network; drafting and preparing project documents, communications and reports and researching, compiling, processing and coordinating project data relevant to the various projects.The Vice-Principal Academic & Dean is the senior academic officer at UTSC, consulting with members of the campus on academic direction and policy, and is responsible to the Vice-President & Principal for all academic, and administrative, decisions within his/her jurisdiction and authority. Through the Office, leadership in academic programming and services are provided, ensuring that the campus provides a positive, and academically excellent, environment that is responsive to change. Within the broader University community, the VP Dean represents the policies and points of view of UTSC, and makes independent judgments on University matters. Within UTSC, the VP Dean promotes the teaching, research, and scholarship of the faculty, the career development of the administrative staff, and the over-all well-being of students.

September 2017 -December 2017
IT Architecture Assistant
Ontario Ministry of Education

Tasks completed include: organized important meetings for various stakeholders, resulting in these meetings taking place on time and producing useful results; gave a presentation in front of fellow employees regarding a new streamlined process for reviewing information, leading to a greater understanding for employees about the process; took and distributed meeting minutes during stakeholder meetings, resulting in more retained information for stakeholders about the important parts of the meeting and created job aids, email templates and PowerPoint guides to help orient new co-op students to their work responsibilities, leading to an easier adjustment for their work terms.The Ministry of Education is the Government of Ontario ministry responsible for government policy, funding, curriculum planning and direction in all levels of public education, including elementary and secondary schools.