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CV, Young Economic Analyst Looking Globally

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 34042
(03/02/1990, male)
List top 5 skills: analytical thinker, efficient, hard working, people orientated, problem solver
Short Bio:

At the age of 20 I was the youngest working pilot at Swakopmund Airport. This forced me to become independent from a young age, ranging from planning the day's flights, flying them and transferring clients. At the age of 22 I enrolled at the University of the Free State to complete my BCom (Economics). My choice of degree was influenced by my past which involved a re a lot of analytical thinking. I completed my degree at the end of 2014 and have since been working in a small brokerage.

Current location: 

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South African

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

accounting and finance, Banking Insurance and Financial Services, Travel and Tourism

Spoken languages: 

Afrikaans, english, Flemish

Locations I am interested in working:


Language Proficiency

Speak, read and write Afrikaans and English.

Computer Literacy

MS 2010 Excel, Word, Project, Visio


Educational & Developmental Training

2012 – 2014
BCom (Economics) University of the Free State.

2007 – 2010
SA CAA CPL with instrument rating on single engine piston

CPL Licence Number 027 227 1305

Border Aviation Club and Flight School

Grade III instructors rating

Westline Aviation Bloemfontein

Matric – Grens Hoërskool, East London





Physical Sciences


Employment History

January 2014 – date
Planfin,  East London

Financial Advisor

Planning and setting up a short-term insurance division within Planfin East London and contacting current clients within the business and servicing them with new quotes to increase the client base for the business. A presentation was given to Government employees after which we assisted them with working out the values of their pensions as well as doing financial needs analysis’ for the clients.

December 2012

Sales assistant

Sep 2010–Jan 2011
Swakopmund Skydiving Club (Namibia)

Commercial Pilot

Daily paradrops at Swakopmund airfield. Daily tasks included transferring clients to and from the airport, cleaning the hangar and refueling the plane.


Commercial Pilot

Daily tasks consisted of vehicle tracking and flying grids over Bloemfontein, Maseru and surrounding areas and being on standby 24/7.



Available on request