Mars company PLC Analysis & Description Top of Form Aleksander Terzijew, you are signed in. |My Account Options | My Job Basket (0 items)|Sign Out * Job Search * My Jobpage Applying for: European Finance Development Programme 2011 (Job Number: UNI00330) Loading… Step 5 out of 5|Print/E-mail | Beginning of the main content section. SummaryThis summary displays the information included in the job submission form. To modify some specific information, click “Edit” next to the relevant section. EditPersonal InformationAleksander Terzijew62 Blandford RoadManchester, M6 6BEPoland—Kujawsko-Pomorskie—[email protected] om Home Phone Number| 07865963872| Mobile phone number| | Work Phone Number| | You can ask for your profile to be deleted, at any time by logging into the system and changing this box to DELETE MY PROFILE. If you choose to delete your profile, this will then disqualify you from any current roles that you have applied for. | Do NOT delete my profile| Source Tracking Source Type| . Career Fair| Source| Manchester University| Education Institution| University of Salford| Programme| BUSINESS| Education Level| Bachelor’s Degree| Average grade| | out of| | Start Date| -Jan-2007| Graduation Date| -Jan-2010|
Institution| University of Salford| Programme| | Education Level| | Average grade| | out of| | Start Date| -Jan-2006| Graduation Date| -Jan-2007| Work Experience Current Job| No| Employer| Sage-COS| Position Title| Accountant| Start Date| -Sep-2009| End Date| -Oct-2010| Achievements| 16. 09. 2009 – 21. 10. 2010 Sage – COS Bookkeeping ; Consultancy Ltd gained a general Book – Keeping qualification on – screen simulations using Sage 50 Accounts software learned the principles of both manual ; software – based bookkeeping acquired a grounding in bookkeeping , accounting , payroll ; financial management | Current Job| No|
Employer| Smart City Futures| Position Title| | Start Date| -Jul-2009| End Date| | Achievements| 23. 07. 2009 Smart City Futures new conversations that tap into the unrealised potential of open innovation ; effective collaboration between Universities , Industry ; Government shared knowledge , experience , challenges ; failures ; explored collaborative solutions on Smart City Futures challenged traditional conference dynamics ; experiment with new formats more in tune with the connected world took an active part in non – hierarchical dialogue ; collaborative ideas generation | Current Job| No|
Employer| Applied Language Solutions| Position Title| Freelance Interpreter| Start Date| -Jan-2009| End Date| -Nov-2010| Achievements| 06. 2009 – 2009 Freelance Interpreter – Applied Language Solutions interpreted within a variety of face to face ( on site ) settings , mainly between Public Service ; Private assignments ensured that the translations delivered are as accurate as possible assured that can handle all professional translation ; interpreting needs ensured that at every point in the translation process , quality checks are built in | EditCover Letter Plain Text Cover Letter| |
Attachments Relevant Files| File Name| Date| Comments| Yes| Cover Letter. docx| 30/Nov/10| | Yes| Alex CV. docx| 30/Nov/10| This file includes a curriculum vitae from which basic candidate information has been extracted. | | | | | EditQuestionnaire Please indicate your current location. (Address details and post code, we will use this when deciding on your assessment centre location). | 62 Blandford Road Manchester M6 6BE| Do you have a valid driving licence for the country to which you are applying? | Yes| If you answered No to the above question, please can you provide us with more detail.
I don’t have a current driving licence because:| N/A| Which of the following degrees do you currently hold or are expecting to achieve? | 2:1 or above| If you have indicated a non UK degree or equivalent, please enter the details below (what exams? where were they sat? what was your grade? what is the grade scale? eg German Arbitur 1 – 4)| N/A| What level of UCAS points (excluding any gained through General Studies) do you have? | More than or equal to 300 points| Please use the space below to explain how you acheived your UCAS points or equivalents (what exams? here were they sat? what was your grade? what is the grade scale? eg German Arbitur 1 – 4, A-level Maths – A grade / 120 points )| Matura: English – 75% Mathematics – 80% Geography – 66% Cultural Studies – Very Good Business – Very Good Computer Science – Very Good Civil Defence – Good Social Science – Good| We require trainees to be flexible to relocate anywhere in the UK whilst completing their graduate programme. Are you prepared to do this? | Yes| Whilst at university , what has been the highest level of your involvment with clubs, societies or teams? Leader, president or team captain| Describe a time when you worked under pressure to complete a project or task. (Character limit 1500 inc. spaces) What made the situation challenging? How did you approach that challenges? What actions did you take to complete your project or task? | I was introduced to the analytical and financial techniques that are commonly used by commercial accountants and fund managers when planning financial strategy and portfolio investment. The project was given to submit within a week time. The challenging situation was the word count of 5000.
I am not the guy who can type stories, I get the facts I try to make that short and clear. However this project needed to be done the way that teacher wanted. I am always motivated to achieve high results and I am always ready to work hard. I decided not to waste any time so I have took the necessary books and start writing the very first day. I have successfully completed the project with 76%. In thanks to this task I have sharpened focus on business operations and functional areas. I developed a wide range of personal skills vital to any business and management career.
I have learned how to make extensive use of the time frame by planning everything in advance. | Outline an occasion where you found it difficult to establish an effective working relationship with a colleague. (Character limit 1500 inc. spaces) How did you build the relationship? What challenges did you face? How did your manage those challenges? What did you learn from the experience? | The most difficult time to establish an effective working relationship with my colleague happened ding my first year at the university. It was a group of five members with different backgrounds. I build the relationship by becoming their friend.
It was not easy because each one of them was completely different. However they had one thing in common always ready to party. I already knew that it will be difficult to submit the project on time. However step by step I have became one of them by making a small party with all of the team members. Then I have introduced my plan how to deliver the project on time and achieve high mark. They trusted me and understood that it is crucial to work as a group not as an individual. I learned that sometimes you have to think outside the box and be creative to achieve an effective targets. Describe a time when you had to work hard to influence a group or a variety of individuals to deliver a project or achieve a critical objective. (Character limit 1500 inc. spaces) How did you influence the group? What was the most challenging thing about influencing them? How did you know you adopted the right approach? | At Salford University we had to work in groups of five or six people. Then select banking industry and establish what is the product range. Determine how those products are promoted to consumers. Finally Compare the practices against the theory in the context of the chosen organisation.
To influence the group effectively I had crate some database about my group members (nationality, age, hobby etc. ) To influence them they need to feel that I am one of them, which I did before choosing the team leader. The next day I was elected to be a team leader therefore I had many responsibilities. I have organised everybody by giving them specific targets to achieve. I was confirming that all of the members look through interim reports, which were spread through the group. Then I had to make sure that the group is functioning well and the bonding between the members is helping the group feel more comfortable with each other.
The crucial and the most challenging thing about influencing them it was monitoring and creating positive image of the well going project even if there were some difficulties. I had to show that I am controlling everything and never panic, no matter what was happening. When the team understood that I can handle all of the issue by being calm and giving an appropriate feedback, I was fully trusted and the team members quickly adopted my approach. | | Powered by Bottom of Form Footer Menu * Legal * Site owner * Trademarks * Privacy * Site map * © 2008 Mars, Incorporated and its Affiliates. All Rights Reserved.