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Lara Ghazi - Freelance Translation & Arabic Translation
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Thank you Very Much for visiting my profile. Native Arabic speaker with fluent English Proficiency who can get your job done on time with maximum care and professionalism and with Guaranteed follow up until you are completely happy and satisfied with your Masterpiece. I understand that its important to make a strong positive first impression with no errors and that’s my Goal. I am extremely...
Hebron, West Bank, Palestine

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Jerry Buchanan 4405 NE Wildrose Dr. Vancouver, WA 98682 (360) 260-0004 E-mail: jerrybdot@msn.com Position Sought: Business Analyst or Sr. Systems Analyst Summary: General: I am an Analyst with over twenty-five years experience in programming, meeting with users, clarifying requirements, setting timelines and deliverables, performing additional research and analysis, assisting team members, programming, status reporting to management and providing staffing recommendations and, most of all, writing/testing the code. Technical: On the Mainframe Side: I have extensive programming experience with COBOL, COBOL II, FORTRAN, Easytrieve Plus, CSP, SAS, Natural and SQL accessing data stored in DB2, IMS, DL/I, IDMS, VSAM, ADABAS and flat files. Platforms have been large MVS operating systems with CICS using TSO/ISPF. On the Client/Server and PC side: I completed analysis for a data migration project using Visual Basic on Access files. 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TP monitor was CICS, database was VSAM. The final phase of this project was to design the replacement DA system. This involved strategic planning, interviewing key users, conducting JAD/RAD (joint application development / rapid analysis and design) sessions, created decomposition diagrams, work flow diagrams; entity-relationship diagrams to simplify what the users wanted the DA system to do. Reported progress to management and key issues outstanding. Also wrote conversion programs to extract information from a set of VSAM relative record files to DB2 tables. This was an eighteen-month project and was successfully implemented. Other agencies supported by PROMIS were the County Probation department, and Jail Warrants system, the Criminal Population Management System. 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I am a native French speaker, I have a master in French literature and I am curently a high school French teacher (level 1 to AP). I can tanslate English to French, French to English, do voice over and more...
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Alida Valli (323) 557-5921 1207 N.Cherokee Avenue. Los Angeles, CA. 90038 E-mail: alida.valli8@gmail.com Objective: An Interpreter position in professional atmosphere that offers opportunity based on productivity and merit, where I can utilize my skills and talents, using expertise in writing and speaking both English and Russian in order to provide outstanding translation services To use my knowledge of simultaneous interpretation, consecutive interpretation and liaison interpretation as an Interpreter. I can contribute highly developed graphics, web site design and technical skills. Extremely knowledgeable, with a strong command over Russian and English,(read/write/speak) and many years’ hands-on experience with multinational clients. Provide oral and written interpretation services Verify information from original text in order to ensure appropriate interpreting Ensure that all written translations conform to the original text in terms of technicality and terminology Discuss interpretation requirements with clients to ensure error free documents Ensure that both content and style of statements in communicated effectively Proofread end document and make any necessary changes Listen carefully to conversations and provide verbatim interpretation Ensure that the context of the language isn’t altered during interpretation Well versed in providing system-wide foreign language translation services in order to facilitate communication Able to adhere to interpretation standards and conforming to code of ethics Hands on experience in providing both written and oral translation and interpretation services between parties Experience Freelance Liaison between lawyers and private clients Provide oral and written interpretation services Listen carefully to conversations and provide verbatim interpretation 2013 present. SilkTex, LLC Translator and liaison, organizing fashion show in Moscow for the USA company 2012 Liaison between Georgian Government and private investors group. (USA) 2002-2003 purpose of easy referencing for foreign delegates Project was complete. “Astrel Books” agency, Moscow, Russia Translated a book and designed a cover for it “Everybody loves as they can.” 2001 Book went to press. 2002-2005 Graphics and Web Site Instructor LACC College 2002- 2012 ICDC College Graphics and Web Site Instructor ACI Institute 2003-2005 Graphics and Web Site Instructor 1998-1999 Global Internet Graphics Graphics and Web Site designer Responsible for interacting with clients and evaluating their advertisement needs. Media consultant. 1994-1998 “Roots” Cosmetics International, Inc. Art Director, Marketing Responsible for designing a marketing campaign for the company (designing brochures, company signature and advertising material). 1990-1994 “Egyptian Goddess” Cosmetics Art Director, Marketing Responsible for designing a marketing campaign for the company (designing brochures, company signature and advertising material). EDUCATION Parkwood University August 2003 London, England Master Degree - Graphic Arts Glendale Career College March 2000 Web Master Platt College May 1999 Associate in Graphic Design Ivan-Franco Pedagogical Institute March 1977 Lviv, Ukraine Bachelor in Fine Art, Art History
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Judi Upton - Freelance Editing & Research
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JUDI UPTON cv PROFESSIONAL PROFILE I am an experienced editor with excellent skills, together with English Language and history teaching at undergraduate level. I am a published author in the fields of history and medieval translation and also undertake genealogy/family history research. ___________________________________________________________________ OBJECTIVE To use my skills and experience in a freelance role. _________________________________________________________________________ QUALIFICATIONS • PhD in Ottoman Studies • MPhil in Medieval Studies • BA(Hons) in French with Spanish • Trinity College TESOL Certificate _________________________________________________________________________ KEY IT SKILLS • European Computer Driving Licence • ADVANCED knowledge of • Word • Excel • Access • Email • Internet • INTERMEDIATE knowledge of • PowerPoint • web design • BASIC knowledge of • Dreamweaver • InDesign _________________________________________________________________________ EDITING EXPERIENCE • Freelance editing and/or producing crc for academic articles and books on a variety of subjects (1996–2006). Books include: Peter Noble (ed.), La Conquête de Constantinople by Robert de Clari, Société Rencesvals, 2005; Sara Poole, Brel and Chanson, University Press of America, 2004; Coral Ann Howells (ed.), Where Are the Voices Coming From?, Rodopi, 2004; The Military Orders, vol. 2 (see below under Publishing Projects). • In-house editor at The College of Estate Management (April 2008–July 2011). Duties: editing/rewriting and proofreading course materials, research papers and examination papers in hard and electronic copy; editing online College newsletter; contributing to the development of house style; tracking progress of jobs; liaising with academic and administrative staff. • In-house editor at Merck, Sharp & Dohme, pharmaceutical company (1995–6). Duties: editing and proofreading technical and marketing material; liaising with Merck’s legal, marketing and publication departments and external advertising agents and printers. • Editing university prospectuses and marketing materials (2001). • Compiling and producing university student handbooks (2003–7). _________________________________________________________________________ PUBLISHING PROJECTS • The Military Orders series, Variorum/Ashgate Publishing Ltd - Vol. 1 (1993): assistant to editor. Duties: collecting 40 papers from contributors across the world; preparing typescript in Word from various applications; liaising with editor; translating three of the papers from Spanish to English; -Vol. 2 (1996–7): copy editor. Duties: collecting 30 papers from contributors across the world; preparing and copy editing typescript; liaising with editor; - Vol. 4 (2006–8): editor. Duties: full editorial role with 27 papers from across the world; writing author guidelines; liaising with contributors, editorial committee, publishers and freelance indexer; copy editing and proofreading (copyright owner). • New Millennium Perspectives in the Humanities, Global Scholarly Publications, 2002: editor. Duties: full editorial role with papers from across the world; liaising with contributors, editorial committee and publishers; copy editing; preparing crc. • The Catalan Rule of the Templars, Boydell & Brewer, 2003. Writing my own text and preparing crc; liaising with publishers (copyright owner). • The Rule of the Templars, Boydell & Brewer, 1992. Writing my own text; proofreading; liaising with publishers (copyright owner). • Our Illustrious Guest, current project based on my PhD thesis (copyright owner). _________________________________________________________________________ OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE • University Teaching (Turkey): Development, teaching and assessment of undergraduate courses in English Grammar, Reading Comprehension, Advanced English Writing Skills, Ancient History, Medieval Europe, The Crusades, French • Private Tuition: ESL, EFL, EAP to adults and children; French (all levels); Spanish (beginners) • Translating: French and Spanish into English • Office: Office management; university, sales/export and HR administration; book-keeping/accounts/credit control/budgets ___________________________________________________________________ SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS • Associate of the Society for Editors and Proofreaders • Associate Member of the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives • Member of the Society of Genealogists • Member of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East
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