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Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 80626
Desired Job Location: Saint Louis, Missouri Date Posted: 2/18/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Temporary Availability Date: 02/30/2018
Desired Wage: 30000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes

Intercultural trainer with more than ten years of experience educating adult learners in global setting. Initiated independent small business to provide translation and interpretation services and to instruct language and cross-cultural differences to foreigners relocating to Ethiopia. Demonstrated experience with curriculum development and able to create individualized instruction upon request.

Instructor of Language and Culture Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
U.S. Embassy (2010 - 2017)
 Taught 2000 U.S. employees (who had no command of Amharic) local culture, customs, and language in order to establish international partnerships while assigned to Ethiopia.
 Applied 5 years experience as a language instructor, translator, and interpreter to American personnel assigned to the U.S. Embassy; increased the number of enrollees by 55y re-designing the curriculum to align with the enrollees’ background and interests.
 Addressed deeply rooted systemic causes of U.S./Ethiopian Government conflicts that hinder international partnerships through the design and completion of a situation analysis survey; presented to senior leadership and received a permanent contract with the U.S. Embassy.
 Co-established the criteria to monitor and evaluate the language program’s effectiveness; presented recommendations based on analyzed results to the Ambassador and ensured continued funding based on documented successes.

Master of Education (M.Ed.) Addis Ababa University Ethiopia Thesis: “Applying Andragogical Model in Adult Learning: An Assessment of Bureau of Labor and Social Affairs’ Homeless People’s Training”
Bachelors of Linguistics (B.A.) Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Peter and Paul Community Services (Saint Louis, MO)-Assist the Communication Officer,
Volunteer Coordinator and Director of with data entry, clerical tasks, as assigned. Won Volunteer of
the Month award in July 2017. (2017 – Present)

 Leadership: Established and led a language school for 5 years which served as a popular venue to help foreigners quickly transition to life in Ethiopia via cross-cultural exchanges, language translation and interpretation services.
 Teaching: Inter-cultural language instructor with 10 years experience educating adult learners in a global setting.
 Written Communication: Demonstrated experience coordinating with multiple stakeholders in the design and development of specialized curricula for multi-disciplinary groups of people.
 Oral Communication: Applied 20 years of overseas experience to liaise between staff members of diverse ethnicities to improve communication and understanding of cultural connotations.
 Interpersonal Skills: Participated in multi-ethnic teams to create direction and strategy for advocacy, community activism, and education.
 Problem Solving: Experience serving as a liaison; advocating for the needs of the underrepresented; building platforms by which people can achieve their goals.

Additional Information:
 Applied award received from a competitive U.S. government contract to establish an accelerated Ethiopian culture and language immersion program for foreign corporations and individuals.
 Recruited, managed, and trained 12 employees to help enrollees develop adaptive language, thinking and problem-solving skills during their assigned tour of duty in Ethiopia.
 Designed, planned, and conducted customized regional language courses for enrollees who were experiencing difficulties transitioning to life in Ethiopia.
 Managed multiple projects under tight deadlines covering enrollees disbursed throughout the 9 regions of Ethiopia.

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