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Mongolian with a Big 4 experience + Work Visa seeks US job
Ms. Erdenesuren Davaasuren has experience working as an Audit Consultant at one of the Big 4. She graduated from the University of the District of Columbia in Washington, DC with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. She has appropriate visa documentation to work in the US. She had interned at the Accounting and Finance Department of Sirius XM Satellite Radio and also at her University’s Foundation and Development Office. She has experience working with Audit Documentation Programs, Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, QuickBooks, and GIMP programs, is fluent in English and Mongolian and also has basic knowledge of Russian and Japanese. Erdenesuren was an active member of the Accounting Club and assisted other students with their accounting and business related assignments. She also organized and managed student cultural activities and advised students of upcoming educational programs at her previous university in Mongolia, the Mongolian University of Science and Technology, which she attended 2004-2005. She has worked since 2008 as a freelance translator for Asian Absolute, a translation company based in England and also worked at the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation in Mongolia. She received numerous scholarships and awards during her academic years for accomplishments from both colleges. She is open to different opportunities. She seeks employment in international organizations, financial sectors, and others. She is currently located in New York but is willing to consider relocating. Contact her at email@example.com for references, resume, and any additional information.
American with recent MBA seeks Mongolia-related job opportunity
Matthew C. Weiner, an American citizen, recently received his M.B.A. from the American UniversityKogod School of Business (Washington, DC), where he scored highest in his class in leadership and presentation skills. He is seeking an opportunity in which he can combine his education in international trade and supply chain management with his deep interest in Mongolia.
He obtained his B.A. from Oberlin College, where he was a fund-raiser for the local Habitat for Humanity chapter. In 2004, he took a semester off to manage volunteers for the Kerry/Edwards Presidential campaign in Lorain County, Ohio.
Matthew’s business school focus was on international trade and global supply chain management including the Mongolian transportation and logistics sector. Matthew has traveled in Mongolia, living with a Mongolian family in Ulaanbaatar, and visiting Khatgal and the Tsaatan people. He has had significant part-time and summer employment with the US State Department Division of Economic Empowerment in Strategic Regions, the US-Mongolia Advisory Group, as a financial analyst with Chen Financial Planning, and as a partner in a South African start-up business.
Matthew has conducted independent original research on opportunities for improvement in rural economic conditions in both Mongolia and South Africa. He has managed teams of students exploring development of business plans for a Mongolian cashmere manufacturing facility and for a South African micro-finance institution. Matthew currently resides in Washington, D.C., but is willing to relocate. For a full resume, references and other information, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org