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Heather Sayyah - Freelance Transcription & Medical Translation
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Heather L. Sayyah Objective To obtain a full-time transcription position in order to utilize education, medical experience, and strong attention to detail. Education Kaplan University Online December 2011 Associate of Applied Science Degree: Medical Transcription • Graduated *** Laude • Program fully accredited by the AHDI Western Technical College, Independence, WI September...
Strum, Wisconsin, United States
John Larkin - Freelance Legal Translation & Medical Translation
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John R. Larkin Work Experience • Transcriptionist, Larkin Transcription LLC. December 2015 – present. Transcribing, editing, and formatting transcripts using audio from a variety of sources, mostly in the legal field. Includes researching terminology and deciphering unclear audio. • Captioning Assistant, CapTel Inc. May 2014 – October 2015. Captioned live phone calls for the...
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Kenelson - Freelance Medical Translation & Medical Illustration
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scientific, technical , medical, instructional writing
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Julie Lain - Freelance Medical Translation & Data Entry
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I'm new to freelancing so I have no experience yet. Anyone know the best way to get started?
Wisconsin, United States
Victoria Salce - Freelance Medical Translation & Translation
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Lannon, Wisconsin, United States
Erica Nusberger - Freelance Medical Translation & Report Writing
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

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Tanya Hughes - Freelance Flyer Design & Proofreading
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Tanya D. Hughes 5203 Vista Fairway San Antonio, TX 78244 Phone: 210-860-1062 or 210-662-7178 Email: tanyadh@yahoo.com Education University of Texas at San Antonio San Antonio, TX Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (1999) Teacher Certification EC-4 Generalist (2005) American Intercontinental University (Online) Hoffman Estates, Illinois Master of Education Curriculum and Instruction February 2007 Work Experience Teacher Northeast Independent School District (Camelot Elementary) October 2013 to June 2014 I teach kindergarten students in all subject areas. My responsibilities include creating lesson plans, small group instruction, whole class instruction, after school tutoring, and working on committees within the school to help plan events. Case Manager/Licensing Specialist Benchmark Family Services October 2012 to September 2013 Licensing specialist-My responsibilities were to recruit new foster parents and guide them through the process of becoming licensed to foster. I ensured that foster parents homes are safe and that foster parents provide the needed documents and receive the needed trainings to remain in compliance with the minimum standards. I also wrote home studies and addendums, and provided training to foster parents and staff members and maintain case files in the office and electronically. Case manager-I monitored foster families and children. My responsibilities were to conduct monthly visits and help to provide resources for foster families and children. I documented home visits, created service plans, attended CPS staffings and hearings, coordinated with CPS staff regarding children’s placements and treatment services. I also provided training to foster parents in CPR/First Aid, Blood Borne Pathogens, Child Development, and Pride. Child Placement Case Manager Simply Love All People March 2012 to September 2012 I monitored foster families. I conducted monthly visits and helped provide resources and training for families and children. I also maintained documentation, created service plans, maintained case files, and coordinated with Child Protective Services staff regarding children’s placements and care. Investigator III Texas Department for Family and Protective Services August 2007 to January 2012 I investigated allegations of abuse and neglect of children. My responsibilities were to conduct home visits and interviews, document and maintain case files, write affidavits for court regarding removal of children or court ordered services for parents. I worked with law enforcement regarding serious abuse and neglect cases. I also mentored and trained new employees. Teacher Richmond City Public Schools (Maymont Elementary) August 2006 to August 2007 My responsibilities were to teach third grade students, create lesson plans, administer assessments, conduct conferences, and attend meetings and workshops. Teacher Petersburg City Public Schools (A.P. Hill Elementary) August 2005 to August 2006 I taught first grade students. My responsibilities were to create lesson plans, administer assessments, conduct conferences, plan field trips and attend meetings and workshops. I also attended ARD meeting for special needs students in my class. Teacher Seguin Independent School District (Koennecke Elementary) August 2003 to August 2005 I taught second grade students Reading, Language Arts, and Social Studies. I created lesson plans, administered assessments, conducted conferences, planned field trips and attended meetings and workshops. Teacher Jubilee Academic Center August 2001-August 2003 My responsibilities were to each kindergarten student in all subject areas, create lesson plans, administer assessments, conduct conferences with parents, plan field trips and attend meetings and workshops. I also tutored students that were struggling after school. Teacher School of Excellence in Education November 2000-August 2001 I taught kindergarten students in all subject areas. I created lesson plans, administered assessments, conducted conferences, planned field trips and attended meetings and workshops.
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Kathleen Deyo - Freelance Illustration & Mural Painting
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Is this an ebook? If you are doing traditional publishing do you have the "right" to pick your own illustrator? I just finished a book on bullying which is a very important issue and I am happy to hear you are doing a childrens book about it. GOOD FOR YOU! Need more info..how many illustrations do you need? Cover? back cover? end flaps? What do you pay? I am a fairly well known artist and will send my samples once you kindly respond.
Santa Rosa, California, United States
Ralph Abel - Freelance Graphic Design & Illustration
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December 8, 2011 To Whom It May Concern, I am retired from Federal Civil Service as a Graphic / Technical Illustrator, Computer Graphics GS-9/10 after Thirty-two years of service. Upon coming out of retirement I became employed in security / administration. It has became evident to me that the computer skills I acquired over the years and my unique knowledge of a numerous graphic, software and translator programs make me a valuable asset to any organizations administrative or desktop publishing operations. I have superb organizational ability, technical expertise, meticulous attention to detail. Upon viewing the included resume, I would ask your indulgence as to the length. I simply have accomplished much in my working life. Respectfully Ralph R. Abel, Jr. Ralph R. Abel, Jr. Richmond, VA 23228 Cell: (805) 443-1272 Email: ralphabeljr@worldnet.att.net Graphic/ Technical Illustrator / Visual Information Specialist Security Administration / IT Support STATUS Retired from Federal Civil Service as a Graphic Technical Illustrator with thirty-one years of DOD Federal Civil Service and graphic experience. A Disable Veteran with a Service connected disability, Vietnam Era Veteran. PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE Seeking a challenging, possible career-oriented position full or part-time in any aspect of Security Administration /Graphics Art / Illustration /Visual Communication /Computer Graphics/Administration. Where my diversified skills and talent, artistic, administrative, knowledge of computer software and hardware can be of valuable contribution and enhance the success of any organization. EXPERIENCE ? I have had to receive and communicate information orally, through notes and drafts, to accomplish daily tasks in Federal Civil Service as a Graphic/Technical Illustrator. Receiving instructions, explaining and finding solutions to any problems and presenting the best and most cost effective way to visually/graphically with illustrations and photographs, to present the information in briefs, documents, manuals and publications for the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Army Headquarters, numerous U.S Government, Congressional and International organizations and agencies. ? While working with GARDA formally AT Systems Security, Inc., my position morphed into Security Administrative / Computer training / Graphic support. January 2010 to Present Fully Retired Status May 6, 2009 to Decemeber 2009 Resigned position with GARDA to temporary move to East coast to help care for my ailing mother. May 30, 2006 to May 6,2009 GARDA Security formally AT Systems Security, Inc., 674 County Square Drive, Suite 108, Ventura CA 93003 Position: Security guard/ Field Supervisor / IT Support / Data Entry / Graphics Support. Assisted in developing training materials. Provided computer support fixed computer problems and provided training for GARDA / formally AT Systems security guards for Ventura County Government Center computer systems such as ProxiGuard Patrol Management System, SenSource Count Recorder System, EasyLobby SVM 9.0 ID badge system, Ventura County Government Center, Agency, Courts and Medical Center ID Badge / Photo Nextel Key card issue system, GroupWise email system, Windows XP, Microsoft Word, Excel, OCS programs and others. Maintained numerous data matrixes both for GARDA Security, and the Ventura County Government Center. Provided graphic support GARDA and the Ventura County Government Center and VCMC with guard Proxiguard routes, Panic button locations. Developed numerous new, and upgraded needed forms. AT Systems Security, Inc. Employee of the Month February 2007. Selected from Ventura Branch to AT Systems, Inc, Corporate Culture Committee. Designed illustration of “Mr. AT” used by branch and corporate office. January 2005 to May 2006 Fully Retired Status. March 1991 to January 2005 (DOD) Department of the NAVY, Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 4 (VX-4) / VX-9 Naval Air Station Point Mugu, Naval Base Ventura County, CA. Position: Graphic Technical Illustrator GS-9 step 10 Supervised VX-4 /VX-9 graphics department. Responsible for Illustrations / Desktop publishing of graphic layouts and designs for classified Tactical Manuals (TACMAN), Operational Test Guides (OTG), F-14 Systems Manuals, NATOPS manuals, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) briefs. Using concepts, theories, principles of visual communication and artistic design to apply to computer graphics and print media. Interpreted complex blends of tactical and system concepts, theories, and technology into efficient creative visual presentations for computer or print for the best presentation for the arena the information is presented. Designed and illustrated new logos, Newsletter graphics, official patches and cartoon illustrations for NAVY organizations. Provided photographic support for VX-4/9 and provided graphic support for numerous NAVY organizations. Was responsible for the maintenance, connections of graphic office computers, scanners, external drives and printers. Loaded and ensured software compatibility on computers, corrected operating system problems, IP internet problems, replaced internal disks drives, changed formatted hard drives, upgraded and changed modems, video cards, processors and mother boards as required. Performance appraisals rated Outstanding. Given a Discontinued Service Retired (DSR) due to the retirement of the F-14 program and aircraft from the Navy. June 1989 to March 1991 (DOD) Department of the Marine Corps, Facilities Management Department, WC 443, Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) El Toro, CA 92709 Position: Sign Painter WG-5 step 3 Applied effective management principles and practices in setting priorities and controlling production of signs, logos and posters. Lay out sign blanks, posters and identifying marks to balance wordage and borders. Operated Signmaker IV sign machine producing precut letters. Operated Scotchlite Vacuum Applicator to bake reflective sheeting to sign blanks. Designed plaques, logos for signs, posters, and Marine Corps patches. All performance appraisals rated Outstanding. Promoted and transferred to VX-4 NAS Point Mugu, CA June 1988 to May 1989 (DOD) United States Army Intelligence Center and School (USAICS), Fort Huachuca, AZ Position: Intelligence Student / PAO Illustrator On a Military Furlough from civil service. Injured after graduating the U.S. Army Intelligence Ground Surveillance Systems Operator Course (221-96R10). While on medical hold waiting for a medical review board was assigned to the Public Affairs office as an illustrator. Illustrated and designed the official MI scrapbook for the MI museum, painted the portrait of the official MI Blue Rose, painted the bicentennial wall mural recognized by United States Bicentennial Commission and provided graphic support for Fort Huachuca, AZ. Medically discharged and returned to Federal Civil Service at MCAS El Toro. March 1988 to June 1989 (DOD) Department of the Marine Corps, Facilities Management Department, WC 443, Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) El Toro, CA 92709 Position: Sign Painter WG-5 step 2 Operated Signmaker IV sign machine producing precut letters. Operated Scotchlite Vacuum Applicator to bake reflective sheeting to sign blanks. Provided Graphic Illustration support when requested. All performance appraisals rated Outstanding. Granted Military furlough June 1988. December 1985 to November 1987 (DOD) Department of the Army, Headquarters United States Army Europe, and Seventh Army (USAREUR) APO New York 09403. Position: Illustrator / Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) Responsible for the management and job prioritizations of four civilian visual information specialists and seven military illustrators. Blending management skills and technical expertise to produce the best possible presentation of artwork from manuscripts, notes and rough sketches used for publications, transparencies, posters, for USAREUR General staff, U.S. Army Chief of Staff, NATO, International and U.S Congressional briefings. All Enlisted Evaluation Reports rated Excellent /Outstanding. June 1979 to November 1985 (DOD) Department of the Army, Headquarters U.S. Army Garrison, Transparency, Slide and Drafting, Training and Audiovisual Support Center (TASC), Directorate of Plans and Training, Fort Ord, CA 93941 Position: Illustrator / Cartographic Draftsman / Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) Responsible for the management and job prioritizations of two civilian eight to sixteen military illustrators. Provided graphic support for 7th Infantry Division, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), Fort Hunter Liggett, Defense Language Institute (DLI), Naval Post Graduate School, Personal Control Facility (PCF) and all Ft. Ord Commands. All Enlisted Evaluation Reports rated Excellent /Outstanding. April 1978 to May 1979 (DOD) Department of the Army, Headquarters Security and Intelligence Europe (ODCSI), HQUSAREUR. Position: Illustrator Provided all classified graphic support for ODCSI. All Enlisted Evaluation Reports rated Excellent /Outstanding. October 1973 to April1 1978 (DOD) Department of the Army, Headquarters XVIII Airborne Corps, First Corps Support Command (COSCOM), Fort Bragg NC Position: Illustrator/ Draftsman Provided graphic support for 1st COSCOM, XVIII Airborne Corps, 35th Signal Group, and Ft Bragg for briefings, posters, signs, and all requested graphics support for all organizations military and civilian at Ft. Bragg. All Enlisted Evaluation Reports rated Excellent /Outstanding. Additional Qualifications: Rated fully qualified by OPM Human Resources Service Center, Southwest, HRSC-SW at the GS-9 grade for: GS-1020, Illustrator GS-1084, Visual Information Specialist GS-1010, Exhibits (Design/Art/Model Making) GS-1001, Arts and Information / Design Extensive experience in designing and preparing public visual displays and presentations. Photographic experience Software Proficiency: SenSource Vehicle Count Recorder System, EasyLobby SVM 9.0 ID Badge System, ProxiGuard Patrol Management System, GroupWise Mailbox, Phoenix Group Handheld Sys: Wincite Mobile, Enterprize ID Works, ID Prod-Photo-Printer, NexSentry-StargazeCard Auto Sender Entry, Ariadne Modulex, Room Rsev ResSched, Microsoft-Word-PowerPoint-Excel-Outlook, ABBY San to Office, Microtek ScanWizard, AutoCAD Map XchangeWorks data translation, Corel Draw 8-Trace, SAS Analyst Harvard Graphics 3.0, Page Keeper 3.0, Word Perfect, Harvard Graphics 3.0, Adobe Graphic Suite, Analytical Graphics STK 4.3, Lemark Photo Editor, Photo Browser, COSMI Photo Editor Plus, Microsoft Publisher, Micrografx Picture Publisher, Corel Photo Paint 8, Photo Genie, Photo Line, Corel Word Perfect Office, Microsoft Picture It, Hijack Browser-Draw-Pro-Paint, Solid Edge (CAD) Smart View-Draft-Paint, Micrografx Designer 3.1/7.0, Hardware Proficiency: Motherboards, Hard drives, Disk Drives and Processors instillations. MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS 1. Two Department of the Army monetary Suggestion Awards #M 880077 2. Five (6) Honorable Discharges, U.S. Army 1976, 1979, 1982, 1887, U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) 1988, Medical Honorable Discharge U.S. Army1989 3. Designed and painted a wall mural at Ft. Huachuca AZ recognized by the United States Bicentennial Commission 4. Designed and painted the official Military Intelligence Corps flag painting that was photographed and distributed worldwide. 5. Designed and painted the official MI Blue rose, photographed and distributed to military intelligence dignitaries of the United States and foreign countries worldwide 6. Designed MI activation scrapbook published and distributed to all MI units worldwide with the original placed in the military intelligence museum, Ft Huachuca AZ 7. Designed the MCAS El Toro Environmental logo for the Marine Corps 8. Awarded MCAS El Toro Commanding Generals Impact Commendation for designing and painted the MCAS El Toro passenger air terminal wall mural depicting various aircraft 9. Redesigned the MCAS El Toro Team Work Unity Awareness Logo 10. Designed and painted the National Hispanic Heritage Week poster,” Latinos We Saludo You”, at Ft. Bragg NC which appeared in the Army Times 11. Designed the 7th Infantry Division Master Training Calendar, for U.S. Forces Command for all major active and reserve army units in the United States. 12. Designed and painted “Not Only Animals Become Extinct” poster adopted by U.S. forces Command (FORSCOM) and U.S. Army Europe (UASREUR) reproduced worldwide 13. Designed the Nuclear Accident Incident Control Task force Certificate (NCAIC), used by Brigadier General J. W. Nicholson 14. Awarded 1st prize in the United States Army Europe (USAREUR) and Seventh Army Media Competition for Published Graphics Art Category by the Chief of Staff Major General C. J. Fiala 15. Designed a poster winning first place in Graphic Design competition for the Ojai Camerata 16. Designed and painted lithographs of numerous Navy aircraft for VX-9 Det, VX-30, COMAEWWINGPAC, NBVC Point Mugu and VX-9and VX-31 NAWS China Lake given to VIP’s, staff and departing officers and chiefs 17. Designed and painted the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) 2002 Air Show poster 18. Designed and painted the Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) 2004 Air Show Poster 19. Designed the squadron patch and logo for VX-30 formally Weapons Test Squadron NBVC displayed on all their aircraft OF-4N/s, NP-3D, LC-130, DC-13A, F-14, and FA-18. 20. Designed the FBI Los Angeles Air Operations Patch. 21. Designed 2 logos for Oxnard HS water polo teams 22. Designed and Illustrated “Mr AT” for AT Systems Security, Inc., ATSSI 23. Designed BSIS training, VCGC lighting Code, Schedule / Refuse / Bin / Size /Location matrixs, Time sheets, Vehicle Inspection Forms, VCGC Panic Button, Security guard routes, Yard Sensor and Camera location Graphics VCGC Incident Action Plan (IAP) (Extra Threat Coverage) document, for AT Systems Security Kiosks, , Inc., ATSSI AWARDS /CERTIFICATES Six (6) Department of the United States Army Honorable Discharges Four (4) Department of the Army Commendation Medals Two (2) Department of the Army Achievement Medal Four (4) Department of the Army Good Conduct medals Two (2) Department of the Army Certificates of Achievement Two (2) VXII Airborne Corps Certificates of Achievement XVII Commanding General’s Certificate of Recognition Headquarters U.S. Army Europe (USARAUR) Commanding Generals Certificate of Achievement 7th Infantry Division Certificate of Achievement Awarded Command Sergeant Major United States Army Military Intelligence Center MI Coin Nuclear Chemical Accident Incident Control Task Force (NCAIC) Commendation Secretary of the Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation (VX-4) MCAS U.S. Marine Corps El Toro, CA Commanding General’s Monetary Award for Performance U.S. Marine Corps El Toro, Facilities Management Department, Monetary Award for Performance Two (2) VX-9 Det, Naval Base Ventura County Monetary Awards for Performance VX-9 Det, Naval Base Ventura County Time Off Award Commander Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division Award of Merit for Group Achievement Red Hats Support Award Department of the Navy Award of Merit (Civilian) Awarded USAF Test Pilot School Coin Awarded Army National training Center Fort Irwin Coin Awarded Army ITT Industries Systems Division National Training Center Coin Presented Navy COMAEWWINGPAC Command Master Chief Coin Presented Navy Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Three Zero (VX-30) Coin Presented Navy Air test and Evaluation Squadron Three One (VX-31) Coin Masonic Meritorious Certificate for Graphic Support Eastern Star Meritorious Certificates for Graphics Over 100 letters of Commendation and Appreciation from high ranking Military Officers and Civilian VIP’s. (Available upon request) AT Systems Security, Inc. Employee of the month, February 2007 EDUCATION - TRANING - Bureau of Security Investigative Services (BSIS)- Power to Arrest , IIA Public Relations , II.B Observation & Documentation, II.C Communications, Weapons of Mass Destruction, II.J Handling Difficult People - Professional Training Security Network (PTSN) - First Aid/CPR/AED , - Two Years, Montclair State Collage, Upper Montclair NJ. Major Art. Course emphasis: Design, Art and Civilization, Development of East Asia, African Civilization, Drawing, Visual Arts, Composition and Literature. - U.S. Army Skill Center Managers Workshop - American Council on Education U.S Department of Labor/ U.S. Army Illustrator Apprenticeship Program, 4,000 hours. - SkillPath Certificate of Completion How to Design Attention-Grabbing Brochures, Catalogs, Ads, Newsletters and Reports
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