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1. Ličnost:
Vedra, komunikativna i zanimljiva osoba koja teži da u poslu održi prijateljski, pozitivan i kolegijalan odnos. Istinski uživa u poslu koji je baziran na komunikaciji i saradnji sa drugim ljudima.
Uvijek je spremna i voljna da nauči nešto novo od iskusnijih kolega. Profesionalna, odgovorna i samostalna je osoba. 2. Vodstvo:
Samouvjerena, snalažljiva u svakoj situaciji u kojoj se nađe. Vješta u poslovima kao što su: računovodstvo, ekonomija, komunikacija sa kupcima, nabavljačima robe kao i sa mušterijama.
Istinski uživa u poslu kao što je turizam i ugostiteljstvo, takođe. Poznavanje Engleskog jezika je na visokom nivou. 3. Posvećenost:
Shodno tome da svi poslodavci koji su je imali kao radnika svjedoče njenu odgovornost i veliku posvećenost ka onome što radi, poslovi gdje su zrelost, racionalno razmišljanje i zdrav razum joj priliče u potpunosti. Aktivno slušanje kao i efektivno rješavanje problema su neke od njenih performansi. 4. Lojalnost:
Uvijek spremna da preuzme odgovornost za velikim osjećajem zaštite povjerljivih podataka u firmi kojoj radi. 5. Timski igrač:
Sama činjenica da je istovremeno i student i radnik dokazuje sposobnost paralelnog rada na više projekata. Osoba koja poznaje važnost komunikacije i zdravog društvenog odnosa u firmi Nadina je uvijek spremna na timski rad.

Radno iskustvo: * Volonter kao administrativni radnik u
MBD d.o.o (2014-2015) * Volonter kao uslužitelj i kurir u * Mimoza d.o.o (2010-2013) * Prodavač, web – marketing menager u Go – pex d.o.o.
Edukacije:
* 2014- sada American University in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bachelor of International Finance and Banking * 2011-2014 Gimnazija "Muhsin Rizvić" Kakanj * Položen TOEFL ispit…...

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