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Sasha Thalheimer - Freelance Russian Translation & Editing
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Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Grock - Freelance Personal Assistance & Russian Translation
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Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Maria Kirsanova - Freelance Russian Translation & Editing
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I speak fluent Russian and English and currently attend Law School
Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Not only have I had recent supervisory and training experience in transcription, I have also been manager of a convenience store, merchandising and ordering, as well as loss prevention and management and profit decisions. I was also Supervisor of the restaurant, tavern, and room service of a 600+ bed 4-star Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center and a Radisson Hotel. Both of these positions required supervision of 40-50 employees. I have always been a hands-on manager, preferring where possible to lead through example to set the standards and pace where I have worked in the past. While my past employment experience has been varied, the varying supervisory and management skills have accrued only combine to strengthen my skill set. Professional Profile Demonstrated organizational, communication, and project management skills with a diverse skill set in retail, hospitality, HIM, transcription operations training and supervision. Profit/loss management, inventory control, staff training, productivity, and retention programs. Creation and execution of quarterly projects related to training and productivity, as well as assistance in creating and executing new corporate programs with hiring criteria and development of training programs. § Employee relations § Employee productivity and efficiency § Employee Education § Microsoft Word, Works, PowerPoint, Excel, Access § Virtual Conferencing/Training: Centra/Netmeeting § Workflow management: STAT/TAT § Training maintenance and program creation § Team metrics compilation § Software conversion, data migration troubleshooting and staff training § Employee website maintenance § Project creation and implementation § 5 to 200 employee supervision Professional Experience Spheris, Inc-Franklin, Tennessee, May 2001 to January 2009 Mentor Achievements: Assisted in creation and implementation of Mentor Program. Assisted in creation and implementation of training and hiring parameters for new Mentors for inception of Mentor Program. Creation of system for tracking team metrics ~ monitoring training, error percentages for productivity, turn around times, etc. Responsibilities: Assisting Operations Supervisor. Responsible for training and monitoring team metrics, mentoring new hires and experienced employees with respect to productivity and software. Cover operations during absence of supervisor, monitor TAT and customer issues. Creating and maintaining training programs and point of contact for employees. Monitor and train employees with respect to software and speech recognition, as well as point of contact and training of employees throughout company software conversion. Editing, quality review, and monitoring of reports. Creation and completion of weekly and monthly reports, team metrics, via Excel, PowerPoint, Oracle, and SQL server database with data migration across multiple systems and software applications (HITS, Clarity, Cornerstone, TWS, SR, MModal, InstaText, Shorthand, Centra, Netmeeting). Experience Highlights Administrative Support Performed administrative support functions. Coordinated and managed multiple priorities and projects. Provided discreet support for busy physician practice. Scheduling, charting, telephone triaging, prescription refills, transcription, coding, and HIM functions. Managed, set up, and maintained records department in new satellite practice. Compilation of training manuals. Management & Supervision Supervision and management positions in retail and hospitality; busy local store and 600+ bed 4-star hotel. Scheduling staff, inventory management, report functions, training, education seminars, mediated employee disputes, and customer complaints. Merchandising standardized ordering, point of sale decisions, inventory loss, and employee theft control. Training and Development Created and implemented projects designed to increase employee efficiency and productivity. Created and implemented projects to train employees on new platforms and in new software. Contributed to creation and implementation of standardized programs and methodologies for software conversion to be implemented in 5000+ employee company. Traveled to customer locations, assisting on-site with training, troubleshooting third-party software implementation and quality control issues with on-site staff. Strengths Excel in data analysis, research, and documentation, with emphasis on overhead reduction and employee efficiency. Education University of Oklahoma BALS (Business/Leadership) Coding and Terminology certification Quarterly leadership seminars Extra-Curricular Vice President of Oklahoma AHDI through 2008: Networking and organization of conferences for MLS community for information and continuing education credits. Organizing meetings, membership drive promotion, research of topics and scheduling keynote speakers/lecturers, as well as solicitation of companies for products and booths at conferences.
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