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$10 USD/hr
salmox        


Country
Los angeles, United States  
GMT-05:00

Languages
English
French
Portuguese

Last seen
February 11th, 2018

Active since
January 2018

Skills

Programming & IT
WordPress, WordPress Template, WordPress Plugin, Web Programming, Web Services, Web Services Development, Wix, WordPress e-Commerce

Cryptocurrency APIs, Frameworks And Sites
Bitcoin/Altcoin Cloning

Marketing & Sales
Cost Per Thousand Advertising (CPM), Social Media Manager, Amazon Ads, Brochures, Advertising, Social Media Optimization (SMO), Pay Per Click Advertising (PPC), CRM, Social Media Marketing, Brand Consulting, Account Management, Off-page Optimization, Bing Ads, Bulk Marketing, Automated Call Distribution, Yandex API, App Store Optimization (ASO), Direct Marketing, YouTube Marketing, Broadcast Advertising, Ad Planning & Buying, Pay Per Click Advertising, Display Ads, Common Language Runtime, AWeber, Salesforce.com, eBay, Search Engine Marketing (SEM), BroadVision ClearVale, Ad Posting, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Zillow Marketing, Constant Contact, B2B Marketing, Classifieds Posting, Freelance Marketing, Affiliate Marketing, BroadVision QuickSilver, Ad Servers, SEO Keyword Research, eBay Marketing, Corporate Brand Identity, Google+ Marketing, Brand Ambassador, Sales Promotion, Google AdWords, Google AdSense

Education

master’s degree
2009-2013
Magdalen College, United States
My academic background is in in politics. I graduated from Magdalen College, Oxford with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, and went on to gain a master’s degree from SOAS in Middle East Politics. I spent a great deal of my time at university working in theatres as a lighting designer and production manager. After I graduated, I worked as an unqualified teacher at my old school – a rural comprehensive in Cornwall of which I remain immensely fond – and then as an education worker for a charity in west London. Through my work for the charity, and some voluntary campaign work, I became aware of BWB’s excellent reputation in the charity sector, and particularly its expertise in education. I first joined BWB as a paralegal in the Charity and Social Enterprise department, where I worked fulltime initially, then part-time while I completed the GDL and LPC at BPP. My work focused on the constitutional, governance and regulatory needs of charities and social enterprises, as well as supporting fee earners in providing advice on charitable activities, trading, mergers and contracts. I undertook work for an enormous range of charities, from small start-ups and trusts, to national and international household name charities. I started my training contract in August 2013 and my first seat was in the Immigration department. As an absolute newcomer to this area of law, I was nervous before I started, but two things have helped. Firstly, although the content is new, the skills learned at law school and through previous work as a paralegal are very transferrable. Secondly, the expertise in the department is unparalleled; the trainee is invited to attend meetings, listen to in-depth advice, discuss issues, conduct research and generally get actively involved, working alongside people who are acknowledged experts in their field. There is an emphasis on hands-on work and genuine learning, and little in the way of administrative tasks. The process is educational and enjoyable. The firm encourages collaborative work between departments. In November/December 2013 I helped to organise a well-received seminar in collaboration with Bond, for charities working internationally in high-risk situations. The seminar brought together solicitors from our Charity, Employment and Public & Regulatory teams, along with speakers from Sayer Vincent, the Charity Commission, and charities operating in the very difficult situation in Syria. BWB is full of people who are friendly, interesting and welcoming. There are never-ending opportunities to become involved in new and rewarding projects, both at work and outside of it. For the last few years I have been a trustee of a theatre company, and through BWB I also joined the board of a youth-led environmental charity. My work at BWB and my work as a trustee complement each other, each providing skills and experience that can be used in both roles. Trusteeships are encouraged and supported by the firm; this is symptomatic of their commitment to nurturing wellrounded professionals who are actively engaged in their community. That is what attracted me to BWB and it is something I continue to value highly.

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