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Carl and Susan Geis - Freelance Flyer Design & Technical Writing
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Chandler, Arizona, United States
MJ Reynolds - Freelance Technical Writing & Content Writing
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Chandler, Arizona, United States
Jose Ramirez - Freelance Article Writing & Technical Writing
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MBA in Finance BS in Computer Engineering
Chandler, Arizona, United States

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Osama Shofani - Freelance Operations Management & Business Management
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$65
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OSAMA B. SHOFANI ________________________________________________________________________ 4818 W. 133rd St Hawthorne, CA 90250 (310) 956-5708 foairborn@aol.com PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS Arabic Linguist for Iraqi, Palestinian, Lebanese, Syrian & Jordanian dialects Instructor & Curriculum Development for USMC Language & Tactical Training Personal Protection for high level dignitaries International Relations for USMC Mongolian Exchange Program Interrogation & Intelligence Collection for USMC Combat Operations Logistics Planning for USMC Combat Operations & Training Financial Management for USMC Combat Operations Level Two Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer Personal Translator & Culture Expert for General Conway Small Arms Tactical Trainer; Expert in Tactics & Procedures Qualified Trainer SECURITY CLEARANCE Top Secret clearance CIVILAIN EXPERIENCE Techenical Advisor for CBS Telvision Show NCIS and NCIS LA June 2008-Present Responsible for reading scripts, verifying authenticity and realism of Arabic Language, Religion and Culture Responsible for choreographing weapons handling and training actors on military terminology, procedure and proper protocol. 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Advised Commanding Officer on personnel, tactical, and training matters for 55 Marines. 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Tracy Dennis - Freelance Secretarial & Transcription
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4.0
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$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 terminology • Trained stenographer EDUCATION • School: Walden University, Minneapolis, MN • Degree: B.S. 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Steve Snyder - Freelance Advertising Photography & Commercial Photography
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Narasimhan Mysore - Freelance Software Testing & Report Writing
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IT Professional with extensive QA / Testing experience - Test Case Design, Execution, Log & Track defects to closure, Test Reporting, Test Management Tools experience, Test Team mentoring , Customer engagment and stakeholder Management.ISTQB - Advance Test Manager certified & PMP Certified.
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