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Old 04-06-2009, 09:55 AM
Kita Kita is offline
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Exclamation Seeking job in HR/Logistics or as Eng. Teacher, also interested in NGO's/Develop Work

Currently seeking work in Port Moresby or closeby. Interested in a variety of fields, experience in HR, Account Management and a number of other fields. Also very intersted in NGO's and organisations involved in Developement Work/Human Rights. I am a qualified English Teacher.

Will consider any serious and reasonable offers. See CV below.

Please send me a message should you need any further info.

Driving Licence: Full/Clean
Nationality: Dutch
D.O.B.: 16/07/1980
Female


I am a confident, reliable and motivated professional with expertise in human resources, training and client management. I have wide ranging knowledge of logistics across multiple disciplines with experience in employment law and health & safety. I have proven management and training competence with success in change management and process development, as well as the means to identify and develop business opportunities. I have travelled and lived independently in a variety of countries on a number of different continents, and this combined with my studies means I have an excellent understanding of different cultures and environments. I am highly adaptable and have a practical and efficient approach to challenges.


§ Key Skills

Change Management – Skilful at working in an environment of change to ensure continuous improvement.
Training and Development – Ability to assess individual or group developmental needs and stimulate improvement through coaching, instruction, facilitation and evaluation.
Independent Research – Ability to research and analyse data/situations using a variety of sources, ranging from current unprocessed data to established records so as to report back on findings or present well-substantiated recommendations.
Communication – Strong organisational and interpersonal skills in both spoken and written form. Mediation & Negotiation – Experience of negotiating between parties in sometimes difficult circumstances.
Attention to Detail – Keen eye for detail developed through studies and independent research.
Linguistically Oriented – Bilingual; fluent in English and Dutch, I speak French well and have working knowledge of Spanish and German.
§ Education & Experience
Account Manager, Peninsula Business Services
April 2008 – April 2009 (Peninsula Business Services, Manchester, UK)

I relocated to Bristol (England) in early ’08 and have since held a position as Account Manager for the leading provider of Employment Law and Health & Safety services as part of their Development & Retention team. They have 23,000 clients throughout the UK and Ireland. In this position I am responsible for clients in the Southwest of England and the South of Wales in the following ways:



·Assist clients in understanding and practising correct Employment Law procedures and recommend and provide training where appropriate
·Observe client’s Health & Safety policies and procedures when visiting their premises and facilitate clients managing their health & safety obligations in order to ensure a safe and legally compliant work place
·Visit & liaise with clients in order to identify and resolve any service requirements, promoting the company/client relationship
·Liaise with departmental managers with regards to any issues raised and ensure smooth logistics in delivering our services
·Ensure clients have up-to date legally compliant personnel documentation
·Introduce new services to clients where appropriate
·Identify new business opportunities

Fulltime Class Teacher

January – July 2007 (International School of Choueifat, Abu Dhabi, UAE)

August – December 2006 (Arabic Cultural Centre for Young Adults, Alexandria, Egypt)


After completing my Masters Degree I chose to become qualified as an English teacher; enabling myself to work in the Middle East in order to further my understanding of the region. I also chose to take Arabic classes while in Egypt as part of an internship, carried out at my own expense.

Masters Degree in Islamic Studies & International Relations Middle East at Boston University

September 2004 - May 2006 (Massachusetts, USA)


During my Masters Degree I carried out extensive research research on the contemporary Middle East, North Africa and South & Southeast Asia in fields including but not limited to:



·Systems of government; the role of external powers; the origins of the state system; the sources and objectives of opposition forces; the prospects for political reform, including democratization; and the prospects for future cooperation.
·Middle Eastern (political) economy; the rentier state and the intricacies of political and economic liberalization.
·Islamic law
·Relationships between the Western and Muslim worlds
·International politics of the modern Middle East, their interrelationships and their attitudes toward the West.

Bachelors Degree with Honours in Comparative Religious Studies at Stirling University

February 2001 – May 2004 (Scotland, UK)


Sabbatical
1999 – 2001 (Australia, New Zealand)

Promotion Team Member & Leader at Auxilium Promotion & Advice
19981999 Auxilium Promotie & Advies, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Auxilium is a full service field marketing bureau which specialises in promoting brands, products and services in an effective and professional manner. I was responsible for:

·Hosting promotions
·Fronting advertising campaigns
·Engaging potential customers and promoting various clients, products and services
·Managing and organising promotional teams
§ Qualifications
Basic Employment Practice Certificate
September 2008 (Manchester, UK)

TEFL International TESOL Certification
September 2006 (Alexandria, Egypt)

Masters Degree in Islamic Studies & International Relations Middle East at Boston University

September 2004 - May 2006 (Massachusetts, United States)


Bachelors Degree with Honours in Comparative Religious Studies at Stirling University

February 2001 – May 2004 (Scotland, United Kingdom)


Voorbereidend Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs at The Deltion College
(Prepatory Academic Studies at Highest Level Secondary School)
1993 – 1999 (Zwolle, The Netherlands)
§ Scholarships
GRS Graduate Scholarship
3 consecutive semesters 2004-2006
Half-tuition scholarship offered to students with exceptionally strong academic records. Renewal criteria include satisfactory completion of at least 12 credits each semester earning a minimum grade point average of 3.20 for the prior academic year.
§ Publications & Submitted Work
·“Mujeres en Islam & la Comprensión Occidental” in Divergencia: Un Lugar para la Opinion, № 5, Noviembre de 2006, Universidad Externado de Colombia
·“Muslim and Non-Muslim Identity; lives in the Middle East.” Thesis exceeding Masters degree requirements at Boston University April 2006(Massachusetts, USA)
·“Observing Life Transitions in Aborigine, Pagan & Christian Tradition.” Dissertation complying with Bachelors degree requirements at Stirling University May 2004 (Scotland, UK)
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