POLINA JILINA
CURRICULUM VITAE
30 Brasell St, Waterloo, Lower Hutt
027 631 9324
jilinapoli@myvuw.ac.nz
EDUCATION AND QUALI...
Dog Groomer/Sales Assistant, (Feb-Sept 2014)
Dogs R Us, Lower Hutt.
Groomed dogs; provided exceptional customer service ov...
Researcher/Honours Student (Mar-Dec, 2009)
Victoria University of Wellington
Carried out research working with confidentia...
Address: 56 Richmond Ave, Karori, Wellington
Furtherreferees andacademic transcriptsavailableuponrequest.
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Polina Jilina's Current CV

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  • 1. POLINA JILINA CURRICULUM VITAE 30 Brasell St, Waterloo, Lower Hutt 027 631 9324 jilinapoli@myvuw.ac.nz EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS  January-December 2013 Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Primary), Victoria University of Wellington  June-July 2010 Certificate in Adult ESOL tutoring, English Language Partners, Hutt  January 2006-December 2009 Bachelor of Science Degree with Honours (2nd class, 1st division), Biology, Chemistry, Education, Psychology, English, Media Studies Victoria University of Wellington WORK HISTORY Support Worker (September 2015- current, part time) IDEA Services, Lower Hutt Support individualsand groups of peoplein their home, at work and in their community. Examples:  Supporting children, young people and adults  Supporting people with age related needs (e.g. transport training, help with homework)  Supporting young people to transition to adulthood  Supporting and developing skillsfor children, young people and adultsto access theircommunity  Providing overnight supportfor people  Supporting people with personal and intimate care  Supporting a person to go to health appointments (e.g. doctor, dentist, podiatrist)  Teaching a person the skills they need for work  Teaching skills needed for daily living Babysitter/Child-minder (August, 2015 –current, casual/parttime, ongoing) Private Childcare/Babysitting Look after children of all ages, fromtoddler to teenager, in their own homes, in the evenings, before, during or after school, and in school holidays, on an on-call, basis. Duties involve general supervision; entertainment with games etc., preparing meals, assisting with getting ready for school, and other activities/duties relevant to children’s interests, as well as following requirements outlined by parents. Caregiving – Special Needs (July, 2015 – casual, ongoing) Private Look after a teenager with special needs (physical and intellectual), in a wheelchair, in the comforts of her home, during work days, over the school holidays. Provided assistance with gettingdressed, cooked meals, and entertained with various activities, including baking, drawing, holdingconversations, and going out for ‘walks’ in the wheelchair. Inland Revenue Customer Services Specialist (March- mid May, 2015) Inland Revenue Department -SALMAT Provided professional customer service on behalf of a high profile government department. Takinginbound calls regarding customer’spersonal information and accounts, respondingto enquiries regarding payment, assistance with online services and activation of accounts, updating customer details as well as dealing with general enquiries. Undergoneinitial training, covering essential skills/knowledge required for the role.
  • 2. Dog Groomer/Sales Assistant, (Feb-Sept 2014) Dogs R Us, Lower Hutt. Groomed dogs; provided exceptional customer service over telephone and in person, appointment setting, and sales. Sales, telephone and directinterpersonal skills. Editor (Jan 2010 – 2015) Royal Philatelic Society of New Zealand Proofread and edited articlespublished in New Zealand Stamp CollectorJournal and The PostageStamps of New Zealand. Private Tutor (Jan 2003- Jan 2014) Tutored students in high school English, science, biology, chemistry and physics. StudentTeacher (Mar-May, 2013) Karori Normal School Planned and delivered one-to-one, small group and full class lessons to students (5-6yrs), accordingto the National Curriculum, attended teacher meetings and carried out all teacher-related duties. Administrator/Personal Assistant (Jan2003 - Dec 2013) Galina's Dance School Organised and carried out administration tasks relatingto running of the school. Assistant teacher (Oct2012 - Dec2012) St Bernadettes School Assisted in a classroomyr 6/7, working with students one-to-one and with small groups, attended teacher meetings. Assistant teacher (Aug 2012 - Dec 2012) Ss Peter and Paul School Assisted in classrooms of various ages, studentassessment, studied NZ Curriculum. attended teacher development workshops. Interviewer (Feb 2012 – Dec 2012) National Research Bureau Ltd. Conducted interviews with the public; over the phone and door-to-door surveys, on behalf of City Council, in regards to local issues/lifestyle improvement. Communication skillsand ability to relate to people of all cultures, ages and socioeconomic backgrounds, was essential. Tutor(Feb2012 – Jun 2012) After-school Learning Centre. Taught small groups of primary school students of various ages, science, mathematics and English. Research Analyst (Jan 2010 - Jan 2012) NZ Islamic Meat Management. Carried out online-based research relating to halal food products released into market. Reported findings in the form of written reports. Office Administrator/ Personal Assistant (Jan - Jul 2011) NZ Islamic Meat Management. Carried out administration work in the office; sorting and filing documents, telephone reception and general office organisation and administration tasks. Tutor(Apr 2010 - Dec 2010) English Language Partners Hutt. Taught English to ESOL adult learners. Wrote lesson plans, taught the class as a group, and one-to-one, carried out student assessment, attended teacher seminars and development workshops.
  • 3. Researcher/Honours Student (Mar-Dec, 2009) Victoria University of Wellington Carried out research working with confidential cytogenetics data, at Wellington Hospital, in cytogenetics medical laboratory; carried out statistical analysis and reportedfindings in formof thesis and oral presentation. Examination supervisor (Nov 2007 - Dec 2007) Victoria University of Wellington NZ Qualifications Authority. Supervised secondary school NCEA examinations, at Taita College, Lower Hutt. GENERAL SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES:  Passionate about working with children  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.  Able to relate to and build positive relationshipswith people of all ages, backgroundsand cultures.  Experienced in working with individuals who have special needs; intellectual/physical.  Can efficiently multi-task, work to deadlines, and pay close attention to detail.  Work well under pressure. A teamplayer, with ability to work in a team, as well as independently.  Proficient computer skills; IT, software (Microsoft Office and Adobe), email and internet skills.  Fluent Russian and Englishspeaker  Advanced research and analytical skills  Always keen to learn new skills, gain new knowledgeand experiences, and ready for any challenge! REFEREES MargaretRoberts Caregiving- Special Needs Phone: 04 577 0002 / 027 443 7836 Address: 7 Charleston Ave, Lower Hutt Peter Houston Caregiving- Special Needs Phone: 021 238 7571 Address: Fisk St, Naenae, Lower Hutt Michael Hanson SALMAT- Inland Revenue, Manager Phone: 027 499 5936 /06 3578236 E-mail: Michael.hanson@xtra.co.nz Address: 30 Brooklyn Heights, Palmerston North Steve Russ Manager of Dogs R Us Phone: 04 939 1667 / 027 7331699 E-mail: dogsrus@paradise.net.nz Address: 293 Waiwhetu Rd, Lower Hutt Geoff Rickards Royal Philatelic Society of New Zealand/Victoria University of Wellington Phone: 04 476 9352 E-mail: geoffkr@gmail.com
  • 4. Address: 56 Richmond Ave, Karori, Wellington Furtherreferees andacademic transcriptsavailableuponrequest. ******************************************

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