2007, январь — 2008, декабрь, 1 год 11 мес
Administrative Assistant / Assistant to National Director
SOS Kinderdorf International / PF “SOS Children’s Villages Kyrgyzstan”
Duties: - Secretarial duties
- taking minutes of Senior Staff/Board meetings at the NCO
- providing National Director with translations of Manuals and other official
• Sponsorship Coordinator
Duties: - co-ordination of all sponsorship work in the country
- is the link between sponsors, the national association and the Sponsorship
Office in Vienna
- administration, coordination and supervision of the sponsorship
programme at the level of foundation
- translation, submission, reception and custody of correspondence and
information of sponsors, children and youths.
- guiding and training all village secretaries, social workers, youth leaders,
SOS mothers and other co-workers assigned to assist the sponsorship
• HR Assistant
Duties: - supporting the HRD Function in all organisational and
administrative matters within the field of personnel administration.
- personnel documentation according to the national labour law and
the HR Manual
- maintaining and updating the personnel database, filing of Job
Descriptions and other ongoing HR Processes in the National
Organisation like documenting in form of lists conducted
Performance Appraisal Talks etc.
2005, апрель — 2005, сентябрь, 5 мес
Swiss Cooperation Office, Consular Agency in the Kyrgyz Republic
• Receiving and directing telephone calls, faxes and incoming email messages.
Assistant of the logistics officer
Academy of Management under the President of the KR
Высшее образование (специалист)
• Kyrgyz State University of Construction, Transportation and Architecture. Institute of New information Technologies.
Английский - свободное владение
Турецкий - средний
Немецкий - начальный
Замужем , Дети есть
Astana/Kazakhstan‚ Orientation program
Doubi/Czech Republic‚ Sponsorship Multiplier Workshop
Swiss Cooperation Office‚ certificate of participation in Trainings: Project work out Fundraising Human Resource Management June‚ July 2005