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Janel Mccoy - Freelance Jingle Production & Singing
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JANEL MCCOY 3825 Mera Street Oakland, CA 94601 C# (510) 830-8453 Objective: To be an Honest, Hardworking, Self-Disciplined Employee that can work efficiently, and contribute to the growth of your Company. Job Experience: Blind Babies Foundation 09/05-Present Bookkeeper –Part-Time A/R, A/P, Payroll-Vacation/Sick Accrual, Reconcile Billing Hours, Track Invoicing/Billing. Assist in Fundraisers...
Union City, California, United States

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Margaret Dempsey - Freelance Press Release Writing & Business Development
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I recently took the position of manager of Turtle Beach Resort and Inn, Siesta Key, Fl. I would like to pitch a travel story angles editors and writers. We have 2 properties, one on Sarasota Bay and the other on a lagoon overlooking Turtle Beach. We are waterfront with lush tropical grounds and the best sunsets on the island. Siesta Key is a destination for the pristine waters and the many uninhabited islands designated as natural habitats for wildlife. There are more than 220 species for birdwatchers to scope out: pelicans, osprey, herons, egrets, sanderlings and eagles are among them. May through October is sea turtle nesting season and Sarasota County boasts the largest loggerhead nesting rookery on Florida's west coast. Other species that nest along the Gulf Coast include green sea turtles and, occasionally, Kemp's Ridley's. The waters here are teeming with fish, dolphins and manatees. The Resort is a boutique hotel with 20 cottages and studio units. We are pet and boater friendly as we have docks located at mile marker #48 on the intercoastal waterway . We host many Honeymooners and many actual travel here for destination weddings and get married right on the property. Each cottage has a private patio with private hot tub, hammock, and kitchenettes. Guests have access to kayaks, canoes, bicycles, fishing gear, 2 heated pools and guest laundry. We have 3 restaurants in walking distance from the hotel and we are steps to Turtle Beach. We were recently featured in Southern Living, The Boston Globe and the NY Times Travel Guide. Siesta Key was recent;y named #1 beach in America by Dr. Beach. We would love to extend an invitation for writers and editors to come visit our resort and share their experiences with their readers. I look forward to hearing from you. Margaret Dempsey Turtle Beach Resort and Inn 941-349-4554 www.turtlebeachresort.com --
Sarasota, Florida, United States
Rosie MacLeod - Freelance Writing & German Translation
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ROSANNA MACLEOD 18, Hartwell Crescent, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. LU7 1NP. Landline: 01525 79 0273 Mobile: 07 805 531 401 A full-time PhD student who is keen to undertake other projects alongside study that make full use of her knowledge of language and experience of working with the written words as well as her ability to write fluidly and at length. Education and qualifications 2010-2013: PhD in Austrian studies. Researching how Austria responded to the Second World War in its aftermath and how this is manifested in Austrian poetry. For this doctorate, I regularly write at length on the topics I am researching. I have developed a very good knowledge of all the many different movements of modern literature and the landmark figures. I have also gained a good level of knowledge and understanding of modern history. 2010: Completed a medical interpreting course with Pearl Linguistics, London. 2009-10: MA Translation (French and German) University of Bangor. Modules included literary translation. For this degree, I wrote a dissertation of 20,000 words on Austria and the EU. 2004-08: MA Modern Languages (French and German) University of St Andrews. This degree included two English literature modules. For this degree, I wrote a dissertation of 10,000 words on the theme of deception in the nineteenth-century French novel. 2002-04: A levels: English literature- B, French- B, German-B. 2002: GCSEs include French- A*, English Literature-A*, German- B, English-B. Relevant work experience: Writing- wrote articles about literature for publication, payment received. Proofreading- proofread a German guidebook to London of 7,000 words. Subtitling- subtitled a German film. Interpreting- Interviewed German doctors; translated and transcribed resulting interviews so as to compile reports. Translation- To date, I have translated: •German into English: Divorce documents and legal work contracts. •English into French: A museum guidebook. •French into English: Legal property documentation, a property survey, utility bills and an academic text of 7,000 words. •English into French and English into German: extensive guidebook material. Interests: 2008-present: Regular contributor for “Seren”, Bangor University’s student newspaper. 2010-present: Involvement in Bangor Student Radio- I present two shows, I research, write and deliver a weekly news bulletin and am a political researcher for the news team and the Politics Show. 2006-08: Regular contributor for La Manche, St Andrews University French magazine. References: Available upon request. Examples: Here is an example of an article I was paid for writing: Is unforgettable Alice really children’s fiction? With Tim Burton’s latest release, Alice in Wonderland; an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s adventures in Wonderland and through the looking glass, there is bound to be more interest in the children’s fiction classic. But to what extent are Alice’s merry jaunts in a fantasy world really for children? Firstly, our heroine finds more sense in a crazed, erratic and imaginary world than in the mundane reality which bores her to a painful extent and in which she does not really connect with her own sister. Is that really a concept we ought to advertise to young readers? Secondly, the potions and sweets which cause our protagonist to grow and shrink immediately are, to an adult reader, blatant narcotic references. Drug references enveloped in this type of colourful, childlike imagery so often escape the notice of young children (how naïve was I to sing Hey, Mister Tambourine Man in the playground?). Alice’s adventures - and misadventures – are very often littered with social critique and political observations. Many imaginary beings and fantasy creatures personify and represent commonplace people in the real world, sometimes with an uncanny resemblance. The Jabberwock embodies tyranny. The feuding lion and unicorn are representative of the two rival Members of Parliament contemporary to the book’s writing; William Gladstone (leader of the Whig Party) and Benjamin Disraeli (leader of the Tory Party). The former was the source of Queen Victoria’s irritation and the latter the object of her adoration. Moreover, there is the Queen who can order someone’s death at the drop of a mad hatter’s hat. Beheadings are hardly the stuff of fairytales or children’s fiction. However, such violent and tyrannical abuse of power can only ever exist in fiction, of course? Not the case. There is evidence to suggest that Queen Elizabeth the First became very flippant and impulsive with her issuing of execution warrants. I am not suggesting that Alice’s adventures are unsuitable for children. Rather, that Lewis Carroll found it easier to convey his zany Weltanschauung of a surreal so-called normality through the childish fantasy typical of children’s fiction. From his choice, it is evident that the Victorians invented childhood. Not age certificates. This is what makes Alice an unforgettable piece of children’s fiction; in childhood, we naively read about the power-crazed queen, the sweets and potions and the lion and the unicorn, and in adulthood, we can appreciate the more sinister, politicised meanings. Perhaps Alice’s adventures contain more truth than fiction. Lewis Carroll’s lifespan covered a zany reality worthy of fiction. This is why Alice stays with us through life. Moss Green Children’s Books publish for young readers so they do not need a rabbit hole to enjoy fantasy.
London, London, United Kingdom
Salman Hashmi - Freelance Database & Database Design
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Name: Salman Arafat Hashmi. Email Address: me4ever_salman@hotmail.com Cell #: 07403548187 EXPERIENCE: §1 Worked in ORA-TECH SYSTEMS with an experience of 2years as a DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR.. . Im skilled communicator with excellent negotiation, presentation and interpersonal skills. §2 Worked in TESCO ,West Drayton as THINGS DESIGNER . §3 Worked in PAKWAN RESTAURANT ,ILFORD HIGH ROAD. Ability to interact effectively at all levels with tact and diplomacy. §3 Enthusiastic, highly motivated and self confident individual. §4 Ability to build sales and deliver a high quality service to customers. §5 Organised and methodical, with good prioritisation and time management. §6 Ability to lead, motivate and inspire others, a committed team player. §7 Driven to achieving set goals, reaching targets and exceeding expectations. CAREER OBJECTIVE: To acquire a challenging and responsible position in a corporate environment and to learn and develop more and more in this field.Iam hardworking and quick leaner. QUALIFICATION: Matriculation (Science)from St Paul’s Eng High School Karachi.. Intermediate (Pre-Medical)from Gulshan Deg College. Oracle Database Administration (10g) OCP from Oratechwhich includes the following exams: Introduction to Sql (scored 88%) Admin 1 (scored 83%) 6 Admin 2 (scored 92%) Good working skills on SQL and iSQL plus specially working through following statements: DML,DDL,TCS,SCS etc. Querying all types of tables ,indexes,rows and columns. All related to Database Administration i.e Querying on Sql and iSqlplus Installing Oracle Database Software 10g Managing Oracle Storage Structures Configuring Oracle Networking Monitoring Oracle Undo Management Dealing with locking Configuring Backup &Recovery Recovering &Backing up Oracle Database Working with Tablespaces,Indexes,Roles,Privileges etc Administering Users,Profiles &Roles Controlling Acces to Oracle Listener Dealing Database Corruption Automating Task with Sheduler Recovering from User Errors Automatic Storage Management Flashback Database Configuring Recovery Manager (RMAN) Recovery from Non-critical &critical losses Sheduling Backups and Baseline Management Grip on Database structures,Memory lack problems,Using automatic storage management and sheduling it,Cofiguring SGA and Background Processes, Instance recovery,Sheduling regular Backups,Creating tablespaces ,indexes,Allowing connection to other databases through Listeners,Configuring user's profile and their roles,performance management,Recovering after data loss due to hardware failure or instance failure,Using Baseline metrics to get the average performance as sometimes in before and Archiving enabling and disabling and so on.. Good ability of working on : Sqlplus / iSqlplus Enterprise Manager Console, Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA) Net Manager Net Configuration Assistant OUI
United Kingdom
Leah Moore - Freelance Project Management & Business Management
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LEAH M. MOORE 201 Osage Lane Apt 20 ? Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15208 ? (412) 243-2606 Email: leah.m.moore@gmail.com WORK HISTORY PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, Manager, post-gazette.com May, 2008- October, 2009 ? Maintained all departmental expense budgets, accounts receivable and accounts payable, providing a 20% cut in costs year-over year. ? Managed online ad operations staff, including creative delivery and effectiveness, KPI reporting, and customer billing. ? Spearheaded implementation of new online advertising delivery system, working with 3 departments to ensure accurate reporting, billing, and delivery of banner advertisements. ? Coordinated online marketing for new products and existing products, both web and print, including social media, text messaging, and traditional online advertising. ? Ensured that appropriate systems were in place for timely and resource-efficient responses to demands on departmental talent. PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, Business Development Manager April, 2007- May, 2008 ? Planned, developed, and implemented strategies, programs, and products to generate revenue and/or user engagement. ? Identified, negotiated, and managed strategic relationships with content and technology partners and vendors. ? Performed cost and productivity analyses. ? Directed marketing efforts for revenue and audience generating products. ? Ensured all deliverables from 5 departments were on time for the site redesign over a 9 month period, including both news and classified sites BLAIR SIGN COMPANY, Scheduler October, 2006- January, 2007 ? Ensured that the shop was loaded to capacity as well as making sure that each job was completed on time and to specifications. ? Ensured necessary materials were in stock and worked with purchasing for on-time delivery. BLAIR SIGN COMPANY, Project Manager June, 2002- October, 2006 ? Managed the exterior signage process for a variety of customers, including permitting, manufacturing, shipping, and installation of exterior signage, taking pricing, deadlines, landlord requirements and corporate branding standards into consideration. ? Ensured necessary materials for signage production were in place, including forecasting future needs and planning for new location rollouts. ? Reviewed and negotiated contracts and maintained compliance throughout. VIKING FORGE CORPORATION, Inventory Control Specialist June, 1999- April, 2002 ? Maintained an accurate account for all inventory levels for the tool and die department ? Made all decisions on when to order new components, including contacting vendors, pricing and whether to make or buy, based on machine loading and delivery time EDUCATION Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2006 Master in Business Administration, Executive Program GPA 3.95 Pennsylvania State University 1998 Bachelor of Science, Earth Science GPA 3.26 Minor in Geoscience and English, focus Technical Writing
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Kelsey Berish - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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I am currently a senior at The University of North Carolina Wilmington, and am set to graduate in December 2014 with a B.F.A in Creative Writing. I am a poetry discipline within the major as well as an English minor. This gives me the skill-set needed for more professional and business writing, alongside the more creative writing I can do.
Wilmington, North Carolina, United States
Kristen Akland - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
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Freelancer --poet and graphic designer Graduatated from WTCC--Raleigh, NC Associates in Graphic Art high honors 2008 Graduated from NCSU--Raleigh, NC BA in Philosophy magna *** laude 2002 (more later)
raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Yamilka Noa - Freelance Nature Videography & Advertising Videography
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I believe that my experience and education will make me a very competitive candidate for the position I decided to take. The key strengths that I possess for success in this position include: . I am a Video Production & Film Studies student with a strong knowloges as editor. . I also have experience in learning and excelling at new technologies as needed.
United Kingdom
Randy Rohn - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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randyrohn 5977 Laurel Ridge Drive Newburgh, IN 47630 Phone: 812.480.6788 randyrohn@wowway.com Samples: randyrohn.com My work was chosen as one of the Best American Mystery Stories 2009, I've been in numerous print anthologies including Baddest of the Bad, Ransom, Out of the Gutter Vols. 2 & 5. My horror novel, Hang on Sloopy was published in August 2011. objective To create work my clients can’t live without. To mold a creative department into something legendary. work history Sept. 1999 - November 2010? Senior Vice President/Executive Creative Director Keller Crescent Advertising (RIP) – Evansville, IN 0 – 450 creative awards in 10 years flat. Clients included Eureka Vacuums, Fruit of the Loom, Timber Wolf Moist Snuff, Heaven Hill Distilleries (Christian Bros. Brandies, Evan Williams, HPNOTIQ, etc), Quality Chekd Dairies, Sprint/Ubiquitel, Old National Bank, St. Mary's Hospital, Riverview Hospital, Baymont Inns and Suites 1995 - 1999 Vice President/Executive Creative Director Flynn, Sabatino & Day – Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio Clients included Brown-Foreman (Jekel Wines), Cincinnati Bell, Tradewinds Bottled Iced Teas, Skyline Chili, Fifth Third Banks, Ohio Casualty (AVOMARK) Insurance, Chi-Chis Margaritas, SMINT Mints, Lexis-Nexis 1993 – 1995 Associate Creative Director DDB Needham – Chicago, IL Clients included Wheaties, Vanish, Betty Crocker, Hamburger Helper 1991 - 1993 Creative Director of International Brands Tatham-Euro/RSCG – Chicago, IL Clients included Old Spice, Vidal Sassoon, Ameritech (Illinois Bell Telephone), Head & Shoulders Shampoo 1980 - 1991 Associate Creative Director Leo Burnett – USA, Chicago, IL Clients included Kellogg's Corn Flakes (author of Taste Them Again for the First Time), Diet 7UP, McDonald's, Product 19, Prell Shampoo, Eckrich Sausage 1980? Copywriter Melvin Simon and Associates – Indianapolis, IN Clients included over 50 shopping malls in the South, Midwest and East education 1979 Master of Science in Advertising Medill School of Journalism Northwestern University 1978 Bachelor of Arts in Radio/TV/Film Northwestern University awards I have over 600 local, regional, national and international awards under my belt and a few more on my shelf including Clio, International Festivals of New York, Webby, London International Advertising Awards, Houston International Film Festival, Regional and National Addys, W3, Retail Advertising Council, Summit, Silver Microphone, Telly, Global, Los Angeles Art Director's Club, Mobius, Windy, Aster, Communicator Award, Beverage Dynamics, National Healthcare Marketing Award. Awards were won for work in all media. books and magazines showcasing my stuff Creativity 14, Creativity 15, Creativity 26 (twice), Creativity 27 (three times), Creativity 28, Creativity 30 (four times), Creativity 31, Creativity 32 (seven times), Creativity 33 (three times), Creativity 34, Creativity 35 (ten times), Creativity 36 (sixteen times), Graphic Design USA 2006 (eleven times), Graphic Design USA 2007 (seventeen times), Graphic Design 2008 (twenty one times), Graphic Design 2009 (thirteen times), ADS Magazine, Art Director's Club of Los Angeles Annual, US Advertising Review, PRINT, "The Little Book of Layouts: Good Design and Why They Work," by David E. Carter, "Humor in Advertising: Exploring the Secrets of the Silly Sell," by Fred Beard and edited by Bess Vanrenen, Larry King in USA TODAY mentioned one of my ads as one of his favorites. games "Taste them again for the first time," the tagline written by me, is the answer to a "Trivial Pursuit" question. other advertising accomplishments Regional and local Addy judge, Telly Judge, Davey judge, W3 judge, regional student Addy judge. Board of Directors/AAF Greater Evansville. Elected to be a permanent and Founding Member of the Board of Directors, The International Academy of Visual Arts, November, 2006 International Academy of Visual Arts Creative Person of the Month
Newburgh, Indiana, United States
Nidia Smith - Freelance Language Translation & Spanish Translation
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NIDIA SMITH (727)725-9619 - Home (727)480-1193 - Mobile svcmultiples@aol.com Experience: 2009 - Present BLACK DIAMOND SERVICES, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl Freelance Translator/Interpreter (Independent Contractor) Court Interpreter (Spanish) Duties: Interpreting from English into Spanish and vice versa using simultaneous and consecutive modes at court proceedings and for other court-related departments at the direction of the court. Making sight translations for the benefit of the court of documents including, but not limited to, court petitions, reports, waivers, litigation, felony disposition statement forms, and other documents. Interpreting for Judges, Attorneys, Court Staff, and other court related departments. Medical Field Translator Spanish) Duties: Assisting patients to Doctor's visits under the Workmen Compensation care. Preparing any documentation on/or patients biography for medical history files. Engaging communication between patients and medical professionals. Accompanying patients to Physical Therapy sessions. 2006 - 2008 NIELSEN MEDIA RESEARCH Dunedin, FL Research Interviewer Duties: Making outbound calls interviewing households nationwide to determine the ratings and viewer's opinion to measure television's programs. 2004 - 2006 QUISQUEYA EXPRESS, INC. Tampa, FL Office Manager Duties: Supervising 27 employees. Developing office procedures and policies. Filing and maintaining office records. Typing, word processing. and interviewing prospective employees. Evaluating the performance of each staff member. Resolving interoffice disputes. Training new employees in office procedures, telephone systems and office equipment. 1999 - 2004 GTE WIRELESS Tampa, FL Bilingual Quality Assurance Support Duties: Supervising and coordinating call center quality control to confirm that the product or service provided met customer's expectations. Implementing and providing training tools and techniques to enable others to achieve quality assurance. Setting up and maintaining control and documentation. 1992 1999 RESIDENCE INN by Marriott Tampa, FL Executive Housekeeper Duties: Responsible to Room Division Management, supervising Assistant Housekeeper, Room Supervisors, Room Maids and Housemen. Ensuring hotel standard of cleanliness in all guest rooms and public areas were achieved and maintained. Recruiting, evaluating and terminating employees. Serving as Interim General Manager in his absence. Ensuring the smooth running and staff welfare within the department. Responsible for ordering/purchasing of all related cleaning chemicals and materials. Ensuring all employees was trained on OSHA policies and procedures. Maintaining personal contact with guests in dealing with complaints, etc. Record-keeping of linen and appliances inventory, room keys and Lost and the Found department, employees scheduling and other related tasks. 1977 - 1991 PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS Jamaica, NY Purser/Flight Attendant Duties: Conducting FAA safety regulations to passengers. Distributing reading material and serve meals and drinks. Providing first aid treatment and assisting sick passengers. Evacuating and preparing passengers for an emergency landing in the event of decompression, turbulence, mechanical malfunction, or unlawful acts. Education: 1982 - 1984 SCS BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL SCHOOL New York, NY Computer Science 1976 - 1980 PACE UNIVERSITY NY NY Bachelor in Linguistic 1963 -1976 COLEGIO IMMACULADA CONCEPCION Barcelona, Spain General High School Diploma Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office and Outlook, Internet Explorer, Windows, Data Entry and Sabre. Languages: Fluent in Spanish and English a some Portuguese References: Will be furnish upon request
Clearwater, Florida, United States