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Tracy Dennis - Freelance Secretarial & Transcription
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4.0
2 Skills
$12
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TRACY LYNN DENNIS ________________________________________ OBJECTIVE • Administrative Assistant, Clerical, Transcription Position WORK SKILLS • Windows 95, 98, XP • Microsoft Word 2010 • Machine Transcription • Excel • Access • Internet research classes • Typing speed of 72 wpm • Filing and telephone experience • Knowledge of medical terminology • Knowledge of legal...
Charleston, West Virginia, United States
Knequa Cohen - Freelance Secretarial & Customer Response
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4.0
2 Skills
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Davy, West Virginia, United States
Kat - Freelance Transcription & Secretarial
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3.5
2 Skills
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West Virginia, United States

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Tonie Rollins - Freelance Greeting Card Illustration & Document Design
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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I have been doing my craft for over 26 years, I design Greeting cards handmade done in Italic calligraphy and also I do computer generated cards and wall hangings, I write poetry so I sometimes take my poetry and add to cardstock creating a card, also I am a writer I write books and I convert them to pdf, I tutor in writing business plans, I bind books by the coiling means, I write children books and I volunteer much of my time to teaching children I am a elementary teacher also
westland, Michigan, United States
A. Sabrina Kilic - Freelance T-Shirt Design & Language Translation
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Ms. A. Sabrina Kilic 385/27 Park street, Sydney, 2000 M: 0424584058 E-mail: a_y_l_l_y@hotmail.com RESUME Education 2011 Holmes Institute Marketing and Business certificate 2011 Sydney AIPE, Upper Intermediate Certificate 2011 IELTS Preparation Certificate, Sydney Ability Education 2010 General English Course Certificate, Sydney Ability Education 1993 Mimar Sinan Güzel Sanatlar Textile and Fashion Design diploma 3 yrs Internship at Vakko during University studies PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES & SKILLS • Innovative, original designs • Attention to details. • Impeccable presentation • multi-tasking skills • Ability to successfully communicate and enjoy cooperative team work • Analytical and Resourceful • Highly motivated individual Computer Skills • Microsoft Office • Adobe Suite; Photoshop, Illustrator, In-design • Microsoft XP, Vista, EMPLOYMENT 2010 -12, Retail manager Zaruff Jewelers, Sydney • Leading a team to success • Training of new staff • Designing of new jewelry collection • Business initiatives development and implementation • have fantastic style and are well presented • Stock counting and cash accounting • Customer relations • Face to face sales • Opening & closing store 2007-10 Textile design room manager, Phardi Roles and acheivments Leading a team to success Passionate about retail and fashion!! Fashion designer, new season collections Fabric sourcing Colour and accessories co-ordination Fashion consultant, overseas sales Advertising manager Travels for trend • Italy and France trade fairs, sourcing of materials • Milan, Italy exposure of brand in fashion shows • Organization and supervision to the preparation of garments worn by beauty contest models • Switzerland, show new collections to prospective buyers 2001- 2007 Fashion Designer, Balizza Textiles Roles and achievments Great eye for detail and strong visual merchandising skills Fashion Designer, latest trends Fashion department supervisor Swim suit collection presented at the ‘Street Fashion Show’ paraded by famous models in Istanbul Travels • France and Italy to fashion shows and trade fairs • Supervision of the Fashion Department • Designing custom made gowns for high-society customers 1994 - 2000 Fashion Designer, Janine Textiles Achievements In 1996, my collection made TV news in Russia as the President’s wife was seen to admire and buy many of the styles. As a result, my company became a well known brand in Russia with business’ record sales. Trade travels and roles • Italy and France to fabric fairs • Administrative support to the operations manager • Liaison between sales representatives & management Interests Languages, travel, Internet research, music, fashion photography, sewing, drawing and sketching, water-colour painting, charcoal, swimming. REFERENCES Alex Morrill , Store manager Zaruff jewelry M. 0424649019 Email: a_l_i_d@hotmail.com Attilia Dinale (B.A., Grad. Dip. Ed.) Couturiere Designs, Sydney M. 0415926947 Email: attilia@virginbroadband.com.au Alparslan Ruçoglu, Phardi Textile owner-manager M. +90 5323210938 Email: phardi@aronmoda.de Arzu Geriler : Exporting manager M. +90 5366603805 Email: ageriler@hotmail.com Meltem Pamuk : Fashion designer M. +90 537360398
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Nancy Conger - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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NANCY CONGER (630) 788-8032 1004 E. 61st St. Indianapolis, IN 46220 nancy.conger@gmail.com PROFESSIONAL GOAL o To find a job that challenges me intellectually; allows me to use my writing, editing, and proofreading skills; and provides opportunity for growth and reward as a result of hard work and effort. ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS o Naropa University- MFA Creative Writing- May 2008 4.0 G.P.A/ 4.0 scale o Loyola University Chicago Graduate- May 2005, Bachelor of Arts *** Laude- English, University Honors Program Degree 3.7 GPA/ 4.0 scale RECCENT WORK HISTORY o Ivy Tech Community College—English Teacher, Fall 2010—Now Supervisor: Carol Schuck (317) 921-4844 -Responsible for creating syllabus for 16- and 12-week classes, following school class requirements, and making interesting and engaging assignments and lectures for students. Must also grade papers in a timely manner and be available to help students who request extra guidance. Current class is English 112, teaching students how to research and write a argumentative paper. o Kelly Educational Staffing—Substitute Teacher, Current Supervisor: Beth Winklemann (317) 917- 0159 -Freelance substitute teacher, responsible for any grade kindergarten through high school. In charge of classroom management, following lesson plans, and making kids feel comfortable and ready to learn. o Mitchell’s Fish Market—Server, February 2010—Now Supervisor- Bob Shannon (317) 848- 3474 -Server at upscale seafood restaurant. Required to have an in-depth knowledge of all menu items and wine list. Responsible for guests’ comfort and enjoyment. Must manage time well, be efficient, and have good multi-tasking skills. o Massage Specialists—Receptionist, July 2007—July 2008 Supervisor: Maddy Wessell (303) 938-0388 x105 1642 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302 -Receptionist for a busy massage clinic—in charge of answering phones, making and confirming appointments, ensuring proper customer service, working with insurance companies, taking payments, balancing books, filing -Also took editing and writing assignments in conjunction with owner of the company, included writing newsletter articles and editing material to be used in educational lectures o Sage Publishing—Online freelance copyediting, August 2009—October 2010 Supervisor: Linda Grey lgpoet@cox.net -Passed entrance exam in order to undergo rigorous copyediting training, learned ins and outs of copyediting from grammar to queries to dealing with authors, production editors, etc, and gained ability to copyedit books on a deadline. o BG+H Publishing—Freelance Managing Editor, November 2008—August 2009 Supervisor: Jordan Williams (312) 341-1339 53 W. Jackson Blvd. Ste. 1005, Chicago, IL 60626 -Freelance managing editor for a business-to-business construction magazine (American Builders Quarterly). In charge of hiring writers, deciding topics for feature articles, assigning articles, editing all content for magazine, meeting with designers to decide the layout of the magazine, writing editorial sidebars, and letter to the editor. o The Kitchen Café 1039 W. Pearl, Boulder, CO 80302 Managers: Adam Reed or Kate Kaufman (303) 544- 5973 September 2006- June 2007 -Hostess in an upscale, high volume restaurant—make and confirm reservations on Open Table computer system, help organize and sell tickets for special events, make guests feel welcome and taken care of, recognize and greet regular customers, answer phones, return messages
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Allena Hughes - Freelance Song Writing & Music Production
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3.0
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Hi :) I've been writing songs and singing them for more than 9 yrs. I work with a lot of artists working mainly on RnB, Rock, soul, country and reggae songs. I am very comfortable with song writing and work hard to get better at it. I have a few of my own songs I've been working on and are almost done. If you would like, I can send you some to have a listen. And wondering about the pay. Can you explain that to me please.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Clement Yeh - Freelance Digital Art & Drawing
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4.5
2 Skills
$20
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Clement holds a BFA in Drawing from the Alberta College of Art and Design and an MFA in Sculpture from Concordia University. He is always looking for ways to share his talents with the world. He once dressed up as a giant tapeworm for an art performance in front of 60 people, and told jokes about how hard life is for parasites. Possibly the most unusual but also one of the most enjoyable ‘art’ jobs he has had, was working as a full-time dinosaur bone restorer in Calgary, AB.
Montréal, Quebec, Canada
R. Ethan Rivers - Freelance Video Editing & Advertising Videography
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3.0
2 Skills
$10
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I am 21 looking for work editing video. I am proficient with Final Cut Pro 7, and I always enjoy dabbling with After Effects. I also have a little experience working with Motion 4. I am currently attending Ball State University for video editing, and I have experience from having attended the Student Television Network Convention in Anaheim, CA at the Disney Land Resort in March of 2010. I attended with my high school, North Montgomery, and we got honorable mention in both the 'Sweet Sixteen' video and the 'Music Video.'
Muncie, Indiana, United States
Lynette Thoman - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Content Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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PROFESSIONAL I am an accomplished communications professional, skilful project manager, and dedicated researcher with significant experience in the Oil and Gas industry and academia. I have a proven track record helping organizations improve performance, leadership, corporate culture and profitability. Currently pursuing International Coaching Federation accreditation (Spring, 2012). STRENGTHS Expert communication and interpersonal skills as leader of diverse teams Fearless presentation skills Attentive and dedicated staff supervisor Tenacious research skills, exemplary copy-editing skills Original, imaginative, and impeccable writing skills Master multi-tasker and impressive time management skills Creative author of professional publications (procedure guides, manuals, promotional material) and business communications Innovative project and event coordinator; self-starter, prescient strategist for press release development and publicity management EMPLOYMENT Instructor Sessional Faculty Northern Alberta Institute of Technology 2008 – Present Business Communications (J.R. Shaw School of Business); Critical Reading and Writing (B.Tech) Semestered on-line and classroom courses: design curriculum and on-line materials (via Web CT, Blackboard, and Moodle); lecture, facilitate discussion, grade assignments, essays and exams, submit final marks. Managing Director Northern Touch Consulting Corp. 2008 – Present Northern Touch has expertise in such areas as Program Management and Delivery, Strategic Planning, Change Management, and Business Case Development, to name a few! Highlights of my recent work include: Continued assignments as a Corporate Trainer (since November, 2010); most popular courses and seminars include: Motivating Employees in the Workplace: Bridging Generation Gaps, Conflict Resolution, Change Management, Conducting Research and Analysis, Report and Proposal Writing, Technical Writing, Building an Effective Team, Strategic Planning Skills, Strategic Project Management, Train the Trainer Weir Canada (Field Service): project start-up (mobilization), project scheduling, cost tracking, reporting and change management, project close-out, prepare procedural manuals; Lean management coordination Enbridge Pipelines (Athabasca Projects): Implemented information management and collaboration system among diverse pipeline and facilities construction projects and teams: Designed scheduling, compliance assessment and audit procedures; Trained management, staff, internal and external contractors to use the information management system; Worked collaboratively with each group to determine, create, and implement procedures to ensure compliance and consistent processes across projects; Monitored change management, risk and compliance pertaining to all members across function groups; Staffed document control team; Created quality management procedures and audit processes to ensure document control compliance to meet corporate and industry-wide standards. Co-Coordinator - Composition Program, Dept. of English State University of New York, New Paltz November 2005 – October 2007 Provide faculty development resources and guidance; co-author and edit publications (training and reference materials, student publications both in-house and in collaboration with Pearson Educational Publishing); manage student and faculty conflict when necessary; coordinate and host staff retreats twice annually; Revise and present program budget to appropriate administrative offices; Research, design and execute program assessment:: internal assessment procedures to maintain consistent standards among 55+ courses; design and coordinate annual external annual assessment according to state-wide dictates; Administer all phases of first-year incoming student placement in Composition Program, whether ESL, remedial, regular or accelerated classes (1000 students annually); Serve as program liaison to administrative offices, student groups, various disciplines across campus, and local high schools; Research national trends and policy in Writing Administration and Writing Programs and periodically review and revise standard, remedial and honours curriculum as necessary; Responsible for the daily administrative operations of the Composition Program, including but not limited to: scheduling Program Committee meetings, handling and responding to correspondence for the Composition Program; organizing and maintaining statistical records for the Program; Plan, organize and publicize (print and media) Composition Program initiatives and function as well as specific college-wide initiatives; Ex officio member of campus-wide Writing Board and Composition Program Committee. Adjunct Faculty Dept. Sociology, State University of New York January 2006 – May 2007 Mass Media and Society; Social Inequality in the United States; Sociology of Childhood 35-45 students per course, semestered (two 1 ¼ hour lectures per week): design curriculum, lectured, proctored exams, marked essays, assignments, exams, submitted final marks and counseled students during office hours. Guest Faculty Department of Cultural Theory Instituto Superior de Arte January 2005 – May 2005 Social and Political Thought: East v West - A Comparative Perspective 15 graduate students, twice a week, 3-hour classes: Designed curriculum, lectured, led and facilitated discussion, marked research papers and reported my grade recommendation. Visiting Faculty Instituto Superior de Arte September 1997 – August 2004 University Term in Cuba Inc. Toronto/Havana Co-designed program and specific course offerings in cooperation with three Cuban universities and the Ministry of Higher Education in Cuba (7wk. terms held in January, March, July and October) University accredited courses included: Introductory, intermediate and advanced Spanish Cuban culture and history Special interest courses according to demand (e.g., religions, specific historical topics, salsa dancing); Created and implemented marketing and promotional program in Canada to solicit an average of 20 students per term (off-season) and 60 students each January Administrative duties included accounting, promotion (print and web-based), sales, drafting itinerary and curriculum, client service and preparation to travel; Interviewed and hired chaperone to travel with each group. Adjunct Faculty Wilfred Laurier University September 2002 – April 2004 Department of Communication and Cultural Studies Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON Introduction to Media and Communication; History of Media and Mass Communication; Advertising and Society 80 students per course, full-year courses (two 2-hour lectures per week): created and proctored exams, marked essays, assignments, exams, submitted final marks and counseled students during office hours. Teacher's Assistant (TA) York University September 2000 – April 2004 Advertising and the Culture of Consumption; Social Order and Organization; Democracy and Human Rights, an International Perspective; Human Rights and World Justice. Occasionally guest-lectured full classes (350+ students) and taught four 2-hour sessions per week per course. 80 students total per course per year: proctored exams, marked essays, assignments, exams, submitted final marks and counseled students during office hours. Education Northern Alberta Institute of Technology 2008 ACCREDITATION Becoming a Master Instructor (Adult Learning) Best Practices for On-line Learning York University Masters, Social & Political Thought 1999 – 2001 University of Waterloo B.A; Honours, English 1994 – 1998
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada