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Sayed Wafiullah
Tue, 11 Jul 2017 04:07 EDT
السلام علیکم
I graduated from Kuwait University mass communication and journal (الاعلام)العلاقات العامة Public relation searching for challenges to learn and approve myself
Email: Saye.wafi@gmail.come
no: 05538350205
Tue, 24 May 2016 14:09 EDT
Dear Sir/Madam,

I hereby enclosed my resume as a first step in exploring the possibilities of employment in your esteem organization and I assure you that I will take full responsibility of my assignment and duly discharge my duties to the best of my knowledge and ability.
I truly believe that the application of mine creates a positive impact in you that will have a great privilege in future representing you.
Looking forward for a positive response from you.
Thanking you in anticipation.

Best Regards,

sofia unver el anzouli
Wed, 11 Mar 2015 15:42 EDT
Request for spontaneous job
Subject: Request for spontaneous labor

Sir / Madam Ambassador

I am Ms Sofia Unver El anzouli Turkish Moroccan nationality, married I have two children TC number: 63481439592 resident in Ankara, holds a license Science Economics Social option management campany in the frensh language of the Unuversité Moulay Ismail Science Jridiques and Economic Meknes _Morocco and first year MBA of settat unıversity morocco plus different diploma im computer frensh langage a an accountabilty in computer.
I am currently in a situation of looking job and my thoughts on my future career led me (e) to consider with great enthusiasm the opportunity to put my skills to work for your Consulant
I bring to your attention ı was working since two years like translater in Office of translation ÇANKAYA -ANKARA(ENGLİSH,ARABİC FRENSH TURKİSH)AS many STAGES İN DİFFERENTS Establishment that I master the English and French language arab Turkish and easy using of many programs of computer.

to contact me:
555-328-50-35 or 533-41-576-94
Tue, 17 Jun 2014 10:05 EDT
dear sırs ..ı was raısed ın brıtısh schools ın kuwaıt ...now ım a refugee ın turkey ..veery bad sıtuatıon ..lost my job as a translator.at a factory ın aleppo ..and lost my house ..please DONT MIND MY PHOTOS THER ONLY JOKING JUST MISLEADING STRANGERS ON THE BIG WORLD OF INTERNET INTRUDERS..ım a well mannerd person..ı lost my father who used to work as an engıneer ın mınucıpılıty of puplıc works ..buılt through 20 years many schools and clınıcs and mosques..there...dıed of cancer and burıed ın kuwaıt ..at least help me vısıt ıs grave and pray ..and see mum&2 sısıters whom ı dıdnt see sınce 1999
Sat, 31 May 2014 05:59 EDT
Good day! I will like to know the student visa requirement for your country.Kindly contact me on tryphena29@yahoo.com. Thank you!
Sat, 25 Jan 2014 05:43 EST
job offer
am interested in job offer am a Nigeria i base in turkey

Afaf Shashaa
Fri, 26 Apr 2013 01:28 EDT
Job Application of a Bilingual CV
My 14 years of professional experience is based on a BA degree in International Relations from Eastern Mediterranean University and an MA from Bilkent University, and some Phd courses at the Middle east Technical University. Research and analysis have been important part of my academic life and extended deeply into my professional fields.
I worked for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), first as an intern legal advisor and subsequently as an interpreter (Arabic-English-Turkish). My duties centered on interviews with Iraqi refugees and asylum seekers.
I was appointed as a amanger with the Jordanian-based Abu Ghazaleh intellectual property company. I opened their office in Ankara, developing it from the ground up and eventually managing a staff of 13. Subsequently, as our business expanded, I opened a second office in Istanbul. My duties as manager involved the correlation of commercial and legal questions as well as widespread reading and research to keep up to date with intellectual property regulations. I was also responsible for overseeing translation of legal documents from or to English, Arabic and Turkish and preparing regular monthly reports on our operations in Turkey. I had to develop a range of personal and professional skills, including the management of different personal and professional backgrounds; the financial monitoring of all our work; and the ability to work to deadlines and make sound judgment on the basis of quick and effective analysis. Sensitivity to cultural diversity and gender issues were always factors to be taken into consideration when dealing with office staff or our regional and international clients. Naturally, as we were working in a highly competitive environment, I also had to develop marketing skills. During this period I was also involved in communications and liaison with other IP offices, travelling between them as necessary, my work frequently involved regional and international travel (mostly to the US and Europe). My later jobs as a Patent Advisor then a pharmaceutical Export Specialist has advanced my work mechanism against client/market demands.
I believe I have the ability to understand and express ideas in English and Arabic (spoken and written) in a fluent, clear and concise way and to communicate complex information and institutional positions in both languages. I think I have the necessary attributes of common sense, warmth in personal relations and respect for other people that are so important for productive work.
I welcome the opportunity to apply for a suitable position and look forward to hearing from you.
Afaf Shashaa
Cell: 0554 646 89 79

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