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Julie Hill - Freelance Secretarial & Data Entry
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5.0
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$14
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I am a motivated, adaptable and responsible employee seeking a position within a reputable organisation which offers opportunities for growth and promotion. The ability to continue enhancing my skills developed throughout my career is paramount. My reliability, secretarial knowledge, enthusiasm for succeeding and friendly nature are all assets that I would bring to the workforce. I have...
Falkirk, Falkirk, United Kingdom
Adrian Morrison - Freelance Editing & Press Release Writing
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4.5
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* Experienced editor and journalist with 14 years on national and regional titles. * Organised, resourceful and reliable team player. Directly produced thousands of editorial pages. * A self-reliant and capable transition manager, demonstrated by establishing and heading a national publication’s regional office in Edinburgh. * Innovative and analytical writer who leads industry...
Falkirk, Falkirk, United Kingdom
Derryn Clark - Freelance Drawing & Creative Writing
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Scotland, Falkirk, United Kingdom

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Jamie Shea - Freelance Blog Writing & Article Writing
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I’m a 20-something with my eyes on the road. I’ve carved out a path that has focused on process improvement, and skills based education. I manage various levels of uncertainty, by identifying oppourtunity for development, and implementing change initiatives. So what do I bring to the table? A younger perspective. Insight into technology and bridging generational gaps. A hand in customer experience, and measured success in engagement and facilitation of partners - in businesses, NGOs and their respective resources, who can work to serve one another effectively. I am a results driven project manager, with over 8 years of multifaceted experience within a project management role, as well as 5 years combined experience in the corporate sector. I have acquired a proven and measurable ability to build capacity among teams, as well as success in providing leadership to peers. I directly engage with partners on business development strategies to work together in building a comprehensive block of clients. I facilitate group sessions with colleagues and external partners to establish communication strategies and proactive artifices for stability in project timelines. I have a comprehensive set of skills in project proposal preparation and submission, financial management, project planning and timelines, and an ability to garner support from multiple stakeholders. I hold stake in using a specified business model to meet a market need, in order to further and organizational mission and/or contribute to their sustainability - in both the for profit, and non profit businesses worlds. I love the idea of partnership, participation and preparation. As such, I revel in every oppourtunity to explore new business ideas - contact me if you would like to chat
Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada
Adam Mazzaferro - Freelance Blog Writing & Content Writing
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I am a Law of Attraction practitioner and personal development blogger who is committed to bringing people back to themselves in order to take full control of their lives, and to live their life to the fullest. I am extremely focused on helping people change their perspectives from dwelling on problems to finding solutions for those problems, and using these solutions to make genuine products that will not only help people, but will also allow you to become your own boss.
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Jennifer - Freelance Fiction Writing & Article Writing
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Hi! My name is Jennifer Ann Komoll. I am 23-years-old and a Graduate student at Northern Illinois University with a focus in literature, rhetoric, and composition. I am just now breaking into freelance writing and am excited to see the opportunities available.
Greenwood, Indiana, United States
Brian Relay - Freelance 3D Animation & 3D Graphic Design
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I'm Brian, a digital artist with a wide range of skill sets that span across both 2d and 3d disciplines. Anything artistic and creative excites me and I'm always eager to try new forms of art. I have a strong design sense that allows me to adapt to whatever task is set before me. My website is BrianRelay.com. I can also be reached at 857-312-6302.
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Shannon Stamey - Freelance Illustration & Art
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4.5
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$25
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I'm a 35 year-old self-taught artist/illustrator focusing mainly on Golden Age styled children's illustration and poster art. Most of my work is compared to Grimm's Fairytales, Little Nemo and Moulin Rouge. I also have an affinity for horror art and would like to work in gaming/character design, given the right kind of project. I take a 'fine-art' approach to illustrating. If you're looking for line-drawings, I'm probably not your guy. I'm currently in the process of illustrating my own dark children's book, "The Nightmare Tree" while taking on personal commissions regularly and preparing for a solo show in late fall. I work by hand, in oil paint, colored pencil and pastels usually on paper. NOTE: hourly rate may differ from what's listed depending on contract/deadline. Rates are certainly negotiable.
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Andrew Zeutzius - Freelance Art & Illustration
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4.0
2 Skills
$45
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Andrew Zeutzius-Self taught artist, musician, and poet, born and raised in Green Bay, WI now resides in and calls Portland, OR home. I have been co- creating, experimenting, exploring probing and communing with the properties of art ever since I could put crayon to paper. I was always seeking endlessly for my niche, ideal modality of self- expression, or means to suite my seemingly endless patience and attention to detail. At an early age I was exposed to the depth of optical illusions, the playful ambitions of Pointillism,Stippling and various expressionist and surrealist little did I know after much soul searching. This would be the modality in which you see before you now. That I would choose to express my ambitions, my interest in presenting what I call metaphysical quantum expressions of the depth and color of various aspects of our human experience. The efforts I create are my translations or interpretations of the energy that I see within and around everyone and everything in our lives and the universe.In keeping my compositions simple I am able to explore the greater depths of complexity in theseexperiences that are spiritual,philosophical,sensual and transcendental the list of properties goes on and on. The efforts I create of course have weight and meaning specific to myself , for you the viewer its is imperative that you find yourself in my work. Take your time for once in your life, move forward and back, breath deep, slow your heart rate look into the piece then your own mind. Concern yourself not with what I am saying or what the person next to you is saying or seeing unless it resonates with you. Just see yourself grasp your full enjoyment of where you are in the art in front you. I humble thank you for taking the time to view my work I hope it brought some new answers, questions or choices to your path in life.
Portland, Oregon, United States
Christina Rinnert - Freelance Blog Writing & Editing
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4.5
2 Skills
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I am a writer and poet who takes an excessive amount of pride in my editing and proofreading skills. If you are looking for someone to clean up grammar problems, create original stories, write witty commentary about current issues, and not talk over people's heads, look no further. I seek to write articles and blogs that address current events while also entertaining the reader and, perhaps, causing them to think a little more about what is going on in the world. EDUCATION Mansfield University 2009 Aug – 2013 May English BA History Minor Women's Studies Minor SOFTWARE LITERACY Microsoft Office Products, to include: Word, Excel, Outlook email/calendar/task list, PowerPoint; Computerized Medical Records EXPERIENCE Program Support Assistant, Full time (10/13-Present) 2013 Oct – Present Veterans’ Service Center, VA Medical Center • Register veteran patients into VA system utilizing VA policies, procedures, and requirements • Independently enter travel claims for veterans in Beneficiary Travel window • Autonomously work outreach events at local venues • Provide coverage for Administrative Officer of the Day in Emergency Department • Create, edit, and file program policies and procedures • Answer incoming calls, direct callers to proper department or provide information • Process veteran identification cards Medical Support Assistant, FT (3/05-8/09) PT (8/09-5/13) 2005 Mar – 2013 Oct Home Based Primary Care, VA Medical Center • Oversee/supervise volunteers, light-duty staff, and other HBPC clerk in daily tasks • Prepare and submit reporting tools comprised of various data for HBPC program monitors • Make travel arrangements for various staff attending educational events • Prepare meeting minutes and agendas • Create, edit, and file all Home Based Primary Care program policies and procedures • Monitor fund control points, order and process education requests for department • Pay bills for Home Health Agency placements for Bath VAMC • Answer three incoming lines for twenty staff members, triage calls, and handle emergencies Writing Center Tutor, Part time 2012 Sep – 2013 May Mansfield University • Edit, review, and evaluate students’ papers for proper formatting, grammar, and content • Assist and educate students writing poetry, research essays, and other papers • Knowledgeable in MLA, APA, and Turabian Office Manager, Full time 2001 Apr – 2001 Dec United Services Organization • Prepare payroll for 3 full-time and 4 part-time employees; pay State and Federal taxes • Track snack bar receipts, make bank deposits, balance checkbook, pay all bills • Write, prepare, and transmit weekly “Message From Your USO” to base paper for publication • Maintain contact with all aspects of media to arrange for coverage of events at the USO • Send quarterly reports to Washington, DC, office • Take and prepare minutes for meetings Secretary to the Physician Executive’s Office, Full time 2000 Sep – 2001 Apr VA Medical Center • Developed a Standard Operating Procedures Manual for the secretarial position • Met with pharmaceutical representatives and arranged Grand Rounds for Medical Center staff • Acted as Recorder for eight on-station committees, duties included room scheduling, agenda preparation, minutes preparation, and minutes distribution • Processed all patient Requests for Provider Change • Ordered and maintained sufficient supplies within three offices • Maintained files for the PE's office, AA/PE office, and secretary’s office • Maintained station binders in the Secretary’s office for MSDS, Infection Control, Emergency Preparedness Plan, and Fire Protection Manual • Typed, distributed for comments and signature, modified, and/or amended all Physician Executive Policy Memoranda, according to direction given by the PE or the Administrative Assistant to the PE. Distributed policies station-wide • Maintained calendar for the Physician Executive’s office Legal Secretary/Paralegal, Full time 1997 Mar – 2000 Aug Martin & Seibert, LLC Legal Secretary • Typed dictated letters, memoranda, and legal documents from transcription machine • Answered multi-line phone and direct callers to proper individual within 60-person firm • Maintained working legal files and billing files for clients • Input billing information and timekeeping data into billing system • Maintained billing files for 300 clients by inputting data, sending bills, and receiving payments Paralegal – Defense Litigation • Prepared various legal documents for Court filing • Scheduled depositions including booking room reservations, travel, and court reporters • Prepared deposition summaries – review and consolidate depositions for easier reading • Researched case law utilizing law library and research databases • Researched Circuit and Magistrate Court files • Issued and served subpoenas • Interviewed litigants and assisted with trial preparation • Typed correspondence and other documents from dictation machine Administrative Assistant and Assistant to the Sales Director FT 1993 Aug – 1997 Mar Marriott Food Services Division • Updated and maintained database for 400-550 potential clients • Travel arrangements for supervisors, clients, and managers to include air, hotel, and car rental • Prepared mass mailings to prospective clients • Used spreadsheet software to prepare various cost reports for 6 units • Input time and unit cost reporting data • Maintained data and prepared reports for weekly meetings with Vice President • Assisted with assembling bid proposals for the food service contracts at large Universities • Prepared documents for faxing, copying, and mailing OTHER HONORS: Outstanding Senior Nominee – Mansfield University English and Modern Languages Dept, 2013 President’s List – Mansfield University, 3 Semesters Dean’s List – Mansfield University, 5 Semesters Travel Student of the Year – Fleet Business School Dean’s List Four Quarters – Fleet Business School Perfect Attendance – Fleet Business School Good Conduct Medal – United States Marine Corps Meritorious Promotion – United States Marine Corps Meritorious Mast – United States Marine Corps National Honor Society – Hammondsport Central School MILITARY: United States Marine Corps, July 1985 to July 1989 AWARDS: Spring of 2010 – Awarded Bernie Koloski Book Award for Achievement in American Literature Spring of 2010 – Awarded the Mansfield University Award for a Research Paper for an essay about women in Shakespeare Spring of 2010 – Nominated for the North Hall Prize for a Research Essay over 10 pages for an essay on the environmental and sociological impact of windmills on a community. Spring of 2011 – Awarded the Best English Essay for my essay about the relationship of fathers and daughters Shakespeare's plays Spring of 2012 – Nominated for the North Hall Prize for two research papers in both History and British Literature Spring of 2012 – Named Mansfield University English Department's Student of the Year Spring 2012 – Received Mansfield University’s Ann Mabe Award in Women's Studies Spring 2012 – Awarded Mansfield University’s Frederick Douglass Institute's Diversity Award PAPERS PRESENTED: “The Enlarged Mind” – Susquehanna University’s Undergraduate Literature & Creative Writing Conference, Literature, Education, and the Creative Mind, February 15, 2010 “Reaching Students Through Technology” – Susquehanna University’s Undergraduate Literature & Creative Writing Conference, Literature and Creativity in a Digital Age, February 21, 2011 “A Closer Look at Fathers and Daughters in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, King Lear, and Much Ado About Nothing” – Shepherdstown University’s Sigma Tau Delta Conference, October 8, 2011. “Love, Life, and Grief – A collection of Poetry” – Sigma Tau Delta International Convention, Reawaken, February 29 – March 3, 2012 “Teachers and Students in Jane Austen’s Emma and Persuasion” – Sigma Tau Delta International Convention, Reawaken, February 29 – March 3, 2012 “The Ladies Have It: The Significance of Names in The Last Hotel for Women” – EAPSU English Conference, October 11, 2012 “The Ladies Have It: The Significance of Names in The Last Hotel for Women” – Shepherdstown University’s Sigma Tau Delta Conference, October 12, 2012 “Scratch It On the Floorboards: Finding (and Losing) the Female Voice in 'The Yellow Wallpaper' & 'Seventeen Syllables’” – Susquehanna University’s Undergraduate Literature & Creative Writing Conference, Freedom of Thought, February 18, 2013 “Writing to Escape: Women Discovering Their Voices”, Sigma Tau Delta International Convention, Open Book, March 20-23, 2013 Other Activities: Spring 2013 – Mansfield University English and Modern Languages Outstanding Senior Nominee Fall 2012 – Chosen Mansfield University’s Online Student Spotlight for the fall semester of 2012 Fall 2012 – Participated as a First Year Seminar and Peer Leader for MU Freshmen, assisted with the creation of a Peer Leader Handbook that was created to assist with the retention of incoming students September 2012 – Feature-length article published in Mountain Home Magazine, Wellsboro, PA. July 2012 – Poems published in the online e-zine, Barefoot Review. Spring and Fall 2012 – Assisted with Freshman Orientation events and tours. February 2012 – Attended the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honors Society Conference in New Orleans where I was recognized for my short essay on the conference theme. Fall 2011 to Spring 2013 – Helped to plan events for students such as Open Mic nights and local trips to poetry readings at Bucknell University with the Poetry Club. November 2011 and September 2012 – Attended the PASHE Women's Consortium and was part of a panel discussion at the September 2012 event, with students and professors, where we discussed dealing with hostilities expressed towards women in the classroom. October 2011 – Attended the "Anita Hill - 20 Years Later" event at Hunter College, NYC, and wrote about that experience for Mansfield's Highlighting Women's Issues magazine. Spring 2010 through Fall 2012 – Participated for three years in the MU presentation of The ****** Monologues and have attended a small workshop (with 50 invitees) with the Monologues' creator, Eve Ensler, in NYC. Spring 2010 through Spring 2013 – Active member in the President's Commission on the Status of Women as well as a member of SAFE, a member of the Gay/Straight/Lesbian Organization (GLO), a member of Students for Peace, and the Treasurer of the Mansfield University Poetry Club. Spring and Fall 2011 – Helped plan and execute two trips to Ithaca College for Sigma Tau Delta chapter members to attend student performances at the college's theater. Spring 2012 – Spring 2013 – President of Sigma Tau Delta, Mu Xi Chapter – Under my leadership, our chapter had a record-breaking book drive, more than quadrupling the amount of money brought in to the treasury during our annual book drive. Our chapter is also attained fourth place on the Better World Books Website for number of books collected for 2012, which is a phenomenal feat considering our membership is very small. Fall 2011 – Vice President of Mansfield University's Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, Mu Xi Chapter Participated in the Domestic Violence Awareness events on campus helping to raise community and student awareness. Write for BKNation.org, (the “BK” stands for building knowledge) a movement of people from all backgrounds, combining grassroots activism, pop culture, technology, and social media to spark projects and campaigns led by the people, for the people. Write a blog called "Re-imagine the Joy" which is about my life as a non-traditional college student, working mother of a homeschooling teen, and a feminist. Assisted with the editing of an online organization's website (To The Stars) which is dedicated to encouraging children to be comfortable with who they are and especially with encouraging young women and girls to become involved in science, technologies, engineering, and math.
Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States