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CV, Charity Manager and Teacher seeking re-location to Mozambique

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 14722

List top 5 skills: service delivery management
Short Bio:

Extensive UK and international teaching experience including Africa; good management skills with experience in the education and victim support charity sector; broad language skills (advanced French, basic to intermediate Spanish and Portuguese); relevant volunteering experience within victim support and international community service and education; proficient computer skills (Word, Powerpoint, Excel, SPSS, CMS - Crime Management System)

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

General Management, education and training

Spoken languages: 

english, french, portuguese, spanish

Locations I am interested in working:

africa



Educational Qualifications

• MSc Psychology (2014 – result pending)
University of Westminster, UK

Key Research completed :

o Experience of mature students returning to study
o The relationship between self-control and nail-biting
o The experiences and support needs of victims of crime – a volunteer worker’s perspective
• University Certificate Psychology for Graduates (2012) – London Metropolitan University, UK
• Intensive Spanish Language Diploma (2000) – Academia Mester, Salamanca, Spain
• PGCE in Modern Foreign Languages and QTS (2000) – Institute of Education, University of London, UK
• B.A French/Business Studies (Joint Honours) 2.2 with Distinction in French Oral (1999) – University of Hull, UK
• GCE A Levels (1995) : French A, Economics B, English Literature C – Enfield Grammar School, UK
• GCSE (1993) : 8 GCSEs including French A, English Literature A, English Language B ; Mathematics B – Enfield Grammar School, UK

Other qualifications and training

• Victim Support (2011-2014): Core Volunteer Training ; Safeguarding Children and Adults ; Mental Health Awareness ; Disability Awareness ; Data Protection ; Domestic Violence ; Identifying Domestic Violence High Risk Victims and Preventing Repeat Victimization (MARAC) ; First-Line Manager ; Situational Leadership
• Acorn Christian Foundation ‘Listening’ course (2011)
• MYP Principles and Practice Stage 1 (2010)
• Masters degree course ED 670 Principles of Curriculum Design (2008)
• PYP ‘Making it happen’ workshop (2007)

Career Summary

Apr 2014 – present
Service Delivery Manager, Victim Support.

Key responsibilities:
o Recruit, manage and develop volunteers to support crime victims.
o Liaise with and develop local partnerships.
o Coordinate and maintain service delivery standards.

Previous Employment

Sep 2013-Jul 2014
English Literacy Tutor, Haberdashers Askes Knights Academy, UK

Sep 2011-Jul 2013
Private Education Tutor , Camelot Progressive Education, UK

o Delivered 11+ Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning

Apr 2013-Jul 2013
Literacy and Numeracy Tutor, The Park Education Support Centre,UK

o Provided educational support for behaviourally-challenging students

Apr 2011-Jul 2011
English and Maths Tutor, London Academy, Edgware, UK

Aug 2010-Mar 2011
French Teacher, American International School of Kuwait

o Planned and delivered curriculum up to IB

Apr 2010-Jul 2010
English Literacy Tutor, Passmores School, Harlow, UK

Aug 2009-Feb 2010
French and ESL Teacher, The King Fahad Academy, London, UK

o Jointly developed and delivered departmental curriculum up to IGCSE.

Aug 2006-Jul 2009
Head of MFL, International School of Lusaka, Zambia

o Managed a department of six international and local staff

o Personally developed MFL PYP curriculum

o Created and coordinated events for European Day of Languages

Sep 2003-Jul 2006
French and Business Studies Teacher, GEMS Bury Lawn School, Milton Keynes, UK

Jan 2003-Jul 2003
Teacher of French, Redborne Upper School, Ampthill, UK

Sep 2002-Jan 2003
Learning Mentor, Kingsmead School, Enfield, UK

o Provided support for students needing educational, personal and/or social development

o Collaborated with students to develop individual action plans for example to improve on self-confidence, behaviour, organisational skills.