Cairo University, Faculty of Commerce, Giza, Egypt Sep 2005 – June 2009
Bachelors of Commerce in Accounting
? Overall Grade “Good”
? Head of “Stock Market Council” in the biggest student activity in Cairo University
Human Resource Coordinator March 2012 – July 2013
About the Company: A multinational financial services company headquartered in Munich, Germany. Its core business and focus is insurance. Allianz Egypt provides life assurance and protection programs. Ranked 2nd in the Egyptian Insurance Market.
? Coordinated and designed the first “Handbook of Allianz® Policies” between various departments. The Handbook contains everything an employee needs to know about Allianz®.
? Responsible for Coordinating a “Job Description” Project, which involved meeting with various employees in various departments to work with them on “Describing their jobs”, and then getting the description approved by “Department Heads”. ? Worked as the main HR Coordinator in Allianz® first “Job Grading Project” using Towers Watson methodology to create Job Families and Salary Scales. My Job involved coordinating the “Grading Committee” meetings and reporting the meeting outcomes to the “Grading System”, and then coordinating with all “Department Heads” to manage the promotions/raises resulted from the “Grading Project”. ? Responsible for Coordinating “Global Workshops” administered in Germany by Allianz® HQ. I was responsible for Coordinating the trip of all “Allianz® - Egypt” staff attending the workshops by booking flight and accommodation and making other necessary arrangements. ? Responsible for a “Employee Profile Update” Project, in which we dig into the employee data and continuously update their data in the “HR system”
Human Resource Assistant October 2009 – Feb 2012
About the Company: (Pipe Division) five factories located in various governorates in Egypt with a market share 46% of the local market for water-pipes. The team staff members exceed 1000 employees. (Food Division “Nordsee®”) restaurant chain of German Sea Food with five restaurants in the MENA region.
? Responsible for planning, coordinating, executing and reporting a company-wide “Job Description” Project, in which I worked with 2 of my colleagues to plan the project and execute it over the term of a year. The project involved interviewing and listening closely to technicians (factory workers), administrative staff and managers to best reflect their jobs in the descriptions created. This project was the first step in transforming the HR function in LOKMA® from a transactional department to a strategic planning partner. ? Due to the lack of familiarity of the new hires with the company culture and policies, I presented an induction seminar plan to the HR director and got an approval on it. I carried out the execution of the induction seminar that included a presentation about the company’s history, policies, regulations and a representative from all departments in which the newly hired employees may encounter the need to deal with (i.e. IT department). The project made the newly hired employees cope easily with the LOKMA®’s culture and enhanced their ability to communicate within the company. ? According to the difficulty of hiring technicians with expertise in the pipe division, I started contacting industrial schools to provide student interns. I got the approval of the HR director to sign a contract with one industrial school. My colleague and I started immediately interviewing the students to filter the best out of them. The engineers and old technicians were excited to pass their experience to the young students and we created a future pool of candidates to the company. ? As a result of the LOKMA®’s group business diversity, I got the chance to recruit employees from different aspects, such as production and mechanical engineers, waiters, restaurant’s outlet manager. This broadened my recruitment experience and allowed me to experience many different recruitment channels. ? Responsible to prepare on a monthly basis the turnover analysis and present it in the HR meeting on power point in front of the HR Director.
Office Volunteer March 2014 Sherwood Summer Camp - Administrative office (St. Louis, MO) ? Worked on updating “Volunteer profiles” in the camp’s database. ? Making phone calls to contact “Previous Donors” in order to update their profiles and stay in touch with them. ? Received highly positive feedback from the camp’s administration on the quality of my work.
Project Volunteer Feb 2014 St. Louis History Museum – STL 250 project ? Performed in-depth research about historical places in St. Louis to be included later in a “STL 250” phone App that provides visitors with historic information based on their location.
Head of Stock Market Council Sep 2008 – May 2009 COMET- The biggest student activity in Cairo University
About the project: COMET (Conference on Marketing, Economics & Trade) the activity aimed at diminishing the gap between theory and practice through business simulation projects with real companies in 4 main branches of business. ? We started interviewing a pool of students (600 student) from all over Cairo University schools, to choose only 200 student to participate in stock market council. ? I managed a team of three in providing ten sessions over ten weeks to illustrate the fundamentals of the stock market to prepare the students for the simulation.
? Stock market council–we simulate practice through a 4-day conference where students played different market participants’ roles (e.g. brokers, mutual funds, individual investors, etc...), and carried out actual trading on selected stocks through a state-of-the-art software.
? Language skills: Arabic (Mother Tongue), English (Very Good)
? Computer skills: Microsoft Office (Windows – Word – Excel – PowerPoint)
? Learn quickly and fit easily in new environment.
? Problem solving and teamwork.
? Good communication and multi-tasking abilities.
References furnished upon request