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Diligent to the last word!

I am a young lady with over 4 years of human resources and administrative work in various industries, such as telecommunications, NGOs, and education. I am also a part-time English as a second language tutor. My strengths lie in all HR related tasks, proofreading, editing, and administrative tasks.


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  •  Plan International
  •  Aug 2021 - Mar 2022

 Working both independently and as part of a team, as and when required
 Organizing and scheduling appointments
 Planning meetings and taking detailed minutes
 Answering, directing, and responding to phone calls and emails
 Maintaining the organization’s filing system
 Writing and distributing email, correspondence memos, letters, faxes, and forms
 Acting as the point of contact for internal and external stakeholders

English as a Second Language Tutor (Online)

  •  Best Teacher Inc. Japan
  •  Jan 2020 - Present

Proofreading students' work and checking for any grammatical.
Correcting students' mistakes.
Teaching basic and business English

Human Resources and Administrative Assistant

  •  Best Teacher Inc. Japan
  •  Jan 2021 - Jul 2021

 Maintaining and updating the organization’s databases
 Timely submission of reports and documents to various parties
 Facilitating the updating of various employee’s employment contracts
 General administration work such as taking minutes, setting up and organizing the company calendar
 Drafting developing and reviewing Human Resource and Administration Policies and Procedures

Human Resources and Administration Graduate Trainee

  •  Econet Wireless
  •  Nov 2018 - Oct 2020

 Preparing compensation and benefits packages for employees.
 Managing the issuance of employee lines and mobile phones, and seeing to the disposition of those lines once the employee’s contract was over.
 Setting up company policies
 Processing all matters relating to Training and Development and making sure that all departments, and units develop training plans for all the employees each year, and half year.
 Hiring new employees that accommodate the company's vision for the future.
 Basic administration work typing, printing, replying to emails and phone calls
 Developing job descriptions for all employees
 Advertising, screening, interviewing, and selecting various candidates for advertised vacant positions


  •  Higherlife Foundation
  •  Jul 2016 - Jul 2017

 Engaging with students under the scholarship program and their teachers to learn about their needs and how best we can solve them.
 Working closely with the SBU leader to ensure that each project (RUZIVO, FOOD AND UNIFORM DISTRIBUTION)was successfully carried out and according to plan.
 Filing and processing fees payments (visiting each school in our remote SBU units (Chipinge, Chimanimani, Nyanga, Nyazura) collecting fees statements, and making sure that every student on our scholarship program was included on the invoice)
 Petty cash controller, ensuring that the funds allocated to the SBU were used for their intended purpose or aim.
 Mentorship to students on our various scholarship programs


Politics and Public Management

  •  Midlands State University
  •  Jul 2014 - Jun 2018

Emphasis on the New Public Management approach that is shifting emphasis from the Traditional Public Administration to New Public Management. Key elements include various forms of decentralising management of public services, increasing use of markets and competition in the provision of public services, and increasing emphasis on performance, output, and customer orientation. New Public Management is driven by a combination of economic, social, political, and technological factors.

Masters of Arts in Development Studies

  •  Great Africa University
  •  Mar 2022 - Present

The Master of Arts in Development Studies is structured to meet the developmental needs of Africa, the region, and beyond. It intends to equip students with both theoretical and practical skills that are relevant to development institutions and organisations.