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Eunjin Hyun - Freelance Nature Photography & Language Translation
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• Freelance Consultant Analyst and Korean market researcher -communication and telephone interview • 6 years research work: - Analysing heavy metals in human blood, serum and urine. - Participating in quality control programmes of College of American Pathologists and G-EQUAS - Endotoxin testing (gel clot, kinetic and chromogenic assay) - Experience in marketing and sales in life...
London, London, United Kingdom
Tatiana Gomes - Freelance Photo Editing & Language Translation
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Responsable and hardworking I always try to achieve my professional goals. I enjoy working in a team environment and also by my own initiative. I've had experience mainly in the areas of sales, coffee shops and beauty theraphy as a manicure/pedicure; also did a few jobs in photoshoots and photomanipulation, and alternative hairstyles.
London, London, United Kingdom
Katharina Weber - Freelance German Translation & Language Translation
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London, London, United Kingdom

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Hanlie - Freelance Fashion Illustration & Graphic Design
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1. Educational Details • Diploma in Fashion Design at Elizabeth Galloway Academy. 2. Work Experience • Two week Internship at Pepkor in their buying department to learn more about the industry. • One day job shadowing at Sarie magazines fashion department where the fashion editor explained what her job entails and how they decide which items to show in their magazine. 3. Other work-related experience • On weekends I work at Club-V at the Virgin Active gym where I need to look after the kids while their parents gym. • I also made items when I was younger which I sold at craft markets every second weekend. • When I was still in school I did promotional work on weekends to make some pocket money which I came to enjoy very much. 4. Skills & Abilities • Fashion Design • Technical Drawing • Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe In design • Styling • Business skills • Writing skills • Creativity • Pattern (Italian and metric method) and garment making • Work well under pressure • Can work in a group situation • Hard worker 5. Additional Information • My hobbies include a wide range of physical activities, such as gymming, jogging and mountain hiking. As this helps me cope with stress • And finally I am a friendly self motivated person who enjoys hard work and overcoming daily challenges
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Lawrence Baldus - Freelance Editing & Technical Writing
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• Experienced and effective writer and editor with a track record of published work, technical manual development, and informative content development. • Effective communicator with good teambuilding and interpersonal skills, and proven ability to establish and maintain collaborative environments and relationships with staff members, clients/customers, and trainees/students. • Proven public speaker, instructor, and teacher, with a passion for providing an enjoyable and informative environment conducive to effective learning and retention. Partial resume: State of California Controller’s Office 21st Century Project Sacramento, CA Lead Technical Editor – Training Team for Phase 3 Rollout • Conducted editorial review on all final stage training materials for a variety of media, including instructor-led training, eLearning, and uPerform’s online performance support created for end users in the newly implemented SAP solution. • Conducted final quality check on all printed materials delivered or posted by the training developers. • Provided guidance on potential learning gaps that were not covered in training materials. • Developed and edited concept slides, work instructions, and assessments using Office 2010 Powerpoint, Word, and uPerform author and administrator tool. • Trained SAP lead developers to use the uPerform authoring tool to create work instructions. • Designed and developed project management training aids in Excel and Access in order to track progress and completion rate. Freelance Writer Wichita, KS Content Developer, Editor, Copy Writer • Composes in-depth informative articles targeted to the general public in order to generate awareness and action for current issues and topics. • Provides consultation and editing services for clients on a case by case basis. • Develops and edits content for proposals, corporate profiles, websites, and marketing materials. • Develops User’s Guides for electronic products and computer accessories. Current Projects: Ongoing contract to develop User’s Guides for electronic products and computer accessories. Subcontracted to long-term client to develop proposals, financial reports, and corporate summaries. Additional jobs include creating subtitles and editingscripts for two upcoming television series’. Additional ongoing projects include ghostwriting contracts to compose and edit two books.
United States
Deborah Clay - Freelance Bookkeeping & Article Writing
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Career Summary I am a very organized and detailed-prepared Administrator, Bookkeeper, and Freelance Writer. My responsibilities and skills include the following; recording and posting financial transactions; bank and general ledger account reconciliations; managing and maintaining accounts payable and accounts receivable; computer proficiency; data entry; research proficiency; writing; and tax preparations. Employment and Freelance Experience Wouter Labruyere Article Writer October 26, 2011 – February 10, 2012 Responsibilities Write 100 (1000-word count) informative & creative world cities articles and 85 (300 – 400 word count) world countries articles for start - up travel agency. Retrieve and re-size 100 pictures and provide reference and source documents. WL Marketing SEO Article Writer May 20 – 29, 2011 Responsibilities Write legal articles (300- word count) for blogs and websites requiring keywords & two – five tags per post, valid links, and informative & neutral tones. Williams CPA Firm, PLLC Accountant I, Auditor I, & Consultant February 2008 – March 2010 (CPA Firm in-house training December 2009 – March 2010) Responsibilities • Accounts Payable • Accounts Receivable • Journal Entry and GL • Payroll • Bank Reconciliation • Tax Preparation • Prepared Sales Tax Reports • Assisted with writing and researching business proposals • Telephone Marketing • Assisted with phone calls • Assisted with audit: Verified data Input random selected data into spreadsheet Organized and bind audit reports • Consulted Executive Directors of PHA(s) • Updated participants’ information • Calculated case scenario and ratios of Phase I and II families • Rolled back participants, download files, and entered corrections into PIC (Public Housing Information Center) • Emailed letters from HUD Headquarters to Executive Directors Career Development University of Phoenix Bachelors – Business Accounting February 2003 – October 2005 Phoenix, AZ Skills and Training Summary • QuickBooks, QuickBooks Pro, and QuickBooks Accountant • Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, and Access) • Tax Wise 2008 and 2009 • PIC (Public Housing Information Center) • SAP R/3 Financial Accountant • Express Audio Transcription • Data Entry • Type 50 wpm • 10-key Touch • Office Machines (InteliFax, Xerox Copier, Printer, CombBind C95em, Telephone System PBX and AT&T Small Business System) • Research proficiency • Marketing • Writer (articles, business proposals, and reports) Industry Specialty • CPA Firm • Day Care • Government Sub-Contracting • Industrial (Roofing supplies) • Manufacturing (clothing / designer) • Marketing • Non-profit organizations • Restaurant • Telecommunications • Telemarketing
Euless, Texas, United States
James Fleming - Freelance Creative Writing & Writing
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James R. Fleming lbyronbyron@yahoo.com Education: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Ph.D. in English, expected in May 2012 Chair: Dr. Donald D. Ault Readers: Dr. Judith Page and Dr. James Paxson Tentative Dissertation: Hamlet, Trauma and the English Romantic Movement GPA: 4.0/4.0 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL M.A. in English, May 2006 Thesis: “Life in Death/Death in Life: Trauma, Testimony and the 1798 Lyrical Ballads” Chair: Dr. Judith Page Reader: Dr. Donald D. Ault GPA: 4.0/4.0 Suffolk University, Boston, MA B.A. in English (Magna *** Laude), August 2002 Thesis: “Postmodern Approaches to Byron’s Don Juan” Chair: Dr. Anthony Merzlak Reader: Dr. Peter Caputo Minor: Philosophy GPA: 3.78/4.0 “Portrait of Postmodern Renaissance Men: Postmodern Philosophy in Mad Men.” Forthcoming in Mad Men: A Critical Companion (Syracuse University Press, 2011). “‘I am dead, Horatio’: Testimony and the Imminence of Hamlet’s Death.” Forthcoming in The St. John’s Humanities Review. “Mad Men in the Context of the John F. Kennedy Assassination.” Parallax: A Journal of International Perspectives (Vol. 7, Fall 2010) “Further Down the Road of Excess: Hunter S. Thompson and English Romanticism.” Parallax: A Journal of International Perspectives (Vol. 7, Fall 2009). “The Faith of Romanticism: Norman Mailer’s Post-Romantic Vision.” The Mailer Review (Vol. 3, Fall 2009). “But Where is the Castle? Modernist Allegory in Norman Mailer’s The Castle in the Forest.” EAPSU (Vol. 5, Fall 2008). “‘A World a Borning’: Incommensurable Ontologies in Neil Gaiman’s 1602.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 4: Issue 1, Spring 2008). “Cross Cultural O’Neill: A Bengali Desire Under the Elms.” The Eugene O’Neill Review (Vol. 25: Issues 1 & 2, Spring and Fall 2002, pp. 71 – 93). Encyclopedia Entries: “Garrison, Jim,” “Goodbye Columbus,” “In Cold Blood,” “Kennedy, Jacqueline,” “Kessey, Ken,” “Mailer, Norman,” “McNamarra, Robert,” “Oswald, Lee Harvey,” “Plath, Sylvia,” “Pynchon, Thomas,” “Rolling Stones,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Ruby, Jack,” “Viet Cong,” “Warren Comission.” Forthcoming in The Encyclopedia of the Sixties: A Decade of Culture and Counterculture (ABC-CLIO, 2011). “Sir Walter Scott,” “Saki’s ‘A Matter of Sentiment’,” and “Helen Simpson.” The Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction (Facts on File, 2008). “Jiro Adachi,” “Teresa Le Yung Ryan,” and “Imad Rahman.” Encyclopedia of American-Ethnic Literature (Facts on File, 2008). “Ella D’Arcy.” The Literary Encyclopedia [online database] 14 Mar. 2006. The Literary Dictionary Company (19 April 2006). “Nathaniel Tarn.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Poetry (University of California Press, 2006). Review Essays: “Review of Anthony Del Tol and Conor McReery’s **** Shakespeare.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Winter 2011). “Review of Daniel Clowes’s Wilson.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Fall 2010). “Review of Grant Morrison’s Batman & Robin.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Summer 2010). “Review of Dino Franco Felluga’s The Perversity of Poetry: Romantic Ideology and the Popular Male Poet of Genius.” Romantic Textualities (Vol. 16, Summer 2006). “Review of B.J. Oropeza’s The Gospel According to Superheroes: Religion and Popular Culture.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 3: Issue 1, Summer 2006). “Review of Danny Figgeroth’s Superman on the Couch.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 2: Issue 2, Winter 2006). “Review of Geoff Klock’s How to Read Superhero Comics and Why.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 1: Issue 3, Summer 2005). Creative Publications: A Study in Darkness. (Novella). Forthcoming in Failbetter Quarterly. Subtle Variations. (Novella). Forthcoming from Burrow Press. “Heart of Madness.” Forthcoming in the Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. “The Rope of Sand.” Forthcoming in The White Whale Review. “She’s Missing.” Forthcoming in Carve. “Dead Men in Denmark.” Forthcoming in Smokelong Quarterly. “My Celebrity Encounters.” McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern 37 (Spring 2011). “He Tells Her a Story.” Failbetter Quarterly (Winter 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection VII.” Mcsweeney’s Internet Tendency (8 Feb. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection VI.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (19 Jan. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection V.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (3 Jan. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection IV.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (6 Dec. 2010). “Cosby Codex Selection III.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (15 Nov. 2010). “Cosby Codex Selection II.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (27 Oct. 2010) “Cosby Codex Selection I.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (14 Oct. 2010) “How She Dies.” Failbetter Quarterly (May 2009). “Mason Meets Dixon.” Venture (Spring 2004: pp. 72). “I, it’s I: For John Berryman.” Venture (Spring 2003: pp. 26-30). “Freeways.” Venture (Spring 2002: pp. 25-29). “Switch.” Venture (Spring 2001: pp. 37-42). “Pealed.” Venture (Spring 2000: pp. 54-55). “Inner City Blues.” The Beacon Hill Times (10 July 1999). Newspaper and Magazine Publications: “The Postmodern Chekov: An Introduction to Stephen Dixon.” Forthcoming in The Quarterly Conversation. “The White Album.” Forthcoming in Popmatters. “The Dark Prince and The Dark Knight.” Forthcoming in Shakespeare Scene. “The Buffalo Lies Bleeding or the Curse of Hunter.” Popmatters (18 September 2009). “Ed Harris in The Right Stuff,” “Malcolm McDowell in A Clockwork Orange,” “Paul Newman in The Hustler,” “Martin Sheen in Apocalypse Now,” “Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon” and “Robert DeNiro in Taxi Driver.” Popmatters (28 July 2009). “Purple Rain in Pop Context.” Popmatters (11 June, 2009) “Review of John Cheever: A Life by Blake Bailey.” Popmatters (11 May 2009). Presentations and Conferences: “Mailer and Byronic Heroism,” presented at the 8th Annual Norman Mailer Conference, 22 October 2009, Norman Mailer Society, Washington, D.C. “How to Get Weird in the Composition Classroom and Why: Toward a Vision of Gonzo Pedagogy,” presented at the 1st Quarterly University Writing Program Composition Theory Symposium, 18 February 2009, University Writing Program, University of Florida. “The Faith of Romanticism: Norman Mailer’s Post-Romantic Vision,” presented at the 7th Annual Norman Mailer Conference, 18 October 2008, Norman Mailer Society, Provincetown, MA. “Envisioning and Re-visioning Gravity’s Rainbow,” presented to Dr. Anastasia Ulanowicz’s Picture Book Seminar, 11 November 2008, Department of English, University of Florida. “Batman, Romanticism and Trauma,” presented to Dr. Donald Ault’s Comics and Animation Seminar, 7 April 2007, Department of English, University of Florida. “Incommensurable Ontologies,” presented at the University of Florida Comics Studies Conference, 3 March 2007, University of Florida. Chair, “The Racial Frontiers of Labor and Subjectivity,” panel at the 8th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference: Spaces of Dissent: The Borders of Transnational Dreams, 4 April 2006, University of Florida. Chair, “Madness, Masochism, and Christianity in the Age of Enlightenment,” panel at the Graduate Student Council Forum, 1 April 2005, University of Florida. “‘And of this place . . . I might have been mistress’: Social Oppression in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park,” presented at the 7th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference: Grave ReMarx: The Dead Keep Accumulating, 25 March 2005, University of Florida. “‘Into a Place’: Negotiating the Public and Private Zones of the Estate in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park,” presented at the Negotiating 19th Century Space Conference, 11 March 2005, University of South Carolina. “The Meta-Reader and Byron’s Don Juan,” English Department Faculty Lecture Series, 22 October 2002, Suffolk University. “The Dark and The Ideal: A Jungian Reading of Death in Venice,” presented at the Sigma Tau Delta Annual Literary Conference, 15 March 2001, Corpus Christi, TX. Editorial Experience: Item Writer, ACT, January 2007-August 2008 Book Review Editor, ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal, Department of English, University of Florida, January 2006-March 2008 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Donald Ault’s Visionary Physics and Other Essays, (Station Hill Press, 2008), January 2006-May 2008 Co-Editor and Copy-Editor, Quest: GUE Underwater Lifestyle and Adventure Magazine, August 2005-August 2007 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Gail Coffler’s Melville’s Biblical Illusions, (Praeger Publishers, 2004), October 2003-January 2004 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Thomas Connolly’s Eugene O’Neill’s Next Century, (Farleigh Dickinson University Press, Forthcoming), September 2002-January 2003 Editorial Adviser, Venture (Literary Magazine), Department of English, Suffolk University, September 2001-May 2004 Editorial and Research Assistant, Theatre Research International, Suffolk University and Oxford University Press, September 2001-May 2003
Orlando, Florida, United States
Francois Killian - Freelance Ad Design & Animation
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I have been working as a graphic designer for approximately 9 years now I am skilled in Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Freehand, Dreamweaver and Flash I can also do html coding for websites and have currently expanded my online knowledge to css layouts. I am a very hard worker and not the kind of person who would be late for work. I am also a selfstarter and not someone who needs permanent supervision. I am currently working for OK Furniture in Johannesburg as a DTP Operator and also doing some web development for them such as e-mail news letters. Kindest Regards Francois Killian
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Dhuha - Freelance Arabic Translation & Article Writing
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I worked as a trustee Arabic English translator in Syria for a humanitarian Catholic Worker from Voices for Creative Non-Violence from 2010-2012. I translated interviews when visiting Iraq refugees in Damascus and Syrians about Middle East politics. I could get a recommendation letter from (VCNV). I live in Manhattan now, and I'm a freelance writer, publishing articles for the Catholic Worker periodical newspaper.
New York, New York, United States
Nam Hyee Kim - Freelance Language Translation & Legal Translation
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7731 128TH STREET WEST, APPLE VALLEY, MN 55124 CEL. (651) 338-6427 HOME. (6510 332-2027 •E-MAIL: NAMHYEEKIM@GMAIL.COM NAM HYEE KIM WORK OF EXPERIENCE [9/2007 – Current] : *A Professional Korean Interpreter & Translator (Freelancer) - Minnesota Court Registered Korean Legal Interpreter - Court interpreter for US court - Court interpreter for Ramsey, Hennepin, Dakota, Scott, Washington, Anoka, St. Louis, Duluth counties in Minnesota - Worker’s compensation court interpreter through conference call - St. Paul public school district contracted interpreter - Medical Interpreter in Health Partner, Fairview , U of M and etc. * Translator and Software consultant for Department of Public Safety of Hawaii State, SAVIN (Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification System) - Korean Project Whole Program * Vocal Talent for Hawaii SAVIN & VINE * OPI & RPI Examiner for Korean language test for American airline, Delta (North West) And United Airline employees * Program Coordinator & Interviewer for Korean Broadcasting Company, EBS’s special documentary production in Minnesota * Business Conference Interpreter – 3M, Samsung, LG, North Star Imaging INC, Wenger INC. Joen Tech etc. [7/2003 – 8/2006] : Instructor of KCC (Korean Culture Camp) & KIM(Korean Institution of Minnesota) -Taught Korean culture , language, arts & craft, music and self-esteem classes To adapted young Korean & their American parents [7/2002 – 6/2003] : Part time worker in AACS (Asian American Community Services) in Columbus, Ohio. *Group Counseling Facilitator: Coordinate three support groups (Korean parents, wives, and students) and facilitated the group meetings twice a months. *Workshop speaker/coordinator: Conducted children & youth drug-prevention education & activity programs (With video watching and group discussion education, various activities were offered such as arts & craft, Takweondo, music, cooking demo, seasonal celebration in every two weeks) . Also, conducted other various workshops with topics of immigrant issues, domestic violence prevention, traffic safety, elderly & child abuse prevention, cultural adjustment, , social benefits, mental & physical health and so on. *Cultural Educator: Korean culture presenter for various organizations such as Family and Job Opportunity centers, Public Schools, General Hospitals. A panelist t of Korean Culture in "Understanding Our World" from was Ohio Health Department to provide cultural diversity and sensitivity to health service providers *Outreach Worker: Helped people to use social services and to solve issues to adjust. AACS advertising and making cooperation with other organizations. Recruited community volunteers and educated them monthly. [2/2002 - 4/2002] Professional interpreter during the American non-profit organization, The Great Book Foundation's 2nd Consultation to Han Sol Inc, one of the top Korean private education company. Translator of the president of Great Book Foundation, Peter Theme's speech which was published as, The Educational Method of Korean Language through readings in Seoul, Korea [6/2000 - 8/2001]: An Intern counselor for youth & adults congregations Park Street Brethren Church(over 700 congregations) in Ashland, Ohio Divorce Recovery group for American in English Service International Students and Family Support Group leader [12/2000 –2/2001]: Volunteer counselor at the Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Ashland, Ohio [2/1999 - 6/2000]: Youth Pastor and counselor in Ohio Sarang Presbyterian Korean church [4/1999 -12/1996]: The editor of “As if the Hermons’ Dew...”the, mission journal(quarterly) Chang Sung Antioch mission board in Chang Sung Church in Seoul, Korea [2/1991/ -2/1993]: Professor's teaching assistant at the Department of Advertising and Public Relations and Journalism & Broadcasting at Hang Yang University in Seoul, Korea EDUCATION [3/1986 - 3/1991]: Bachelor of Human Science, Han Yang University, Seoul Korea Major: German Language and Literature and Human Science [3/1991- 6/1993]: Master of Social Science, Han Yang University, Seoul Korea Major: Journalism and Broadcasting [9/1999 - 6/ 2001]: Master of Ashland Theological Seminary, Ohio Major; Pastoral Counseling (Graduate with Honors) [4/2006 - 12/2006]: Minnesota Certified Gambling Counselor Training approved by the American Council on Compulsive Gambling Completed sixty-hours of New Wave Training Parts I & II. : Complete Grant Writing Basics Workshop offered by Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women, Women of Color and Native Women’s network CREDENTALS & SKILLS MGTP- Minnesota Gambling Treatment Provider approved by Council on Compulsive Gambling Pas C- Pastoral Counselor registered State of Ohio Counselors and Social Worker Board A Minnesota Court Korean Interpreter on the Roster LANGUAGES Fluent in Korean and English REFERENCES References are available upon request.
Red Wing, Minnesota, United States