With experience in the education, non-profit and business world on and off oDesk, I offer my clients efficient and accurate output of the highest standard, saving them time and money, delivering the desired results and often surpassing their expectations. While I can take on highly specialized tasks, what sets me apart from other contractors on oDesk is my ability to approach any project with a holistic understanding of the big picture of what is required. When you hire me, you don't just get a talented writer, editor, researcher, analyst, manager, teacher or Web developer, you get someone with the flexibility to solve whatever complex challenges your project, big or small, requires. I have been a solo entrepreneur, but have also managed the preparation of a successful bid for a $400 million 20-year contract. I work with a wide range of computer software as well as human and programming languages. Originally from the U.S. with degrees from the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Chicago, my current location is in the GMT+2 timezone, although I work according to your business hours. If you like what you see below, invite me for an interview today and we can discuss how I can make whatever you are working on an outstanding success.
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I am 25, married, and based out of Kaneohe, Hawaii. After I graduated from the University of Hawaii in 2011, I moved to Washington, DC where I began working for an online education startup, Saylor.org. I gained a ton of experience there as I worked in all aspects of the small foundation: administrative/office duties, content development, as well as business development. I loved my two and half years there, but wanted to experience living abroad for a while. My goal is create work opportunities for myself that aren't tied down to a physical location. A location independent career is my ultimate goal. Whether that's something I find on oDesk or not, it is something I will pursue until it becomes a reality. I am a very hard-working and dedicated person. I don't feel like any job is below me as I've seen first hand how important every facet of an organization is in order for it to run smoothly. I have a breadth of experience in creative and technical writing, online research, copyediting, and content development. I take great pride in everything I do, whether big or small. I want people to feel confident that when they assign something to me, they know they will get in back quickly and exactly to their specifications -- and I think I have done that throughout my working life. Here is snippet of a letter of recommendation my former boss at Saylor.org (now CIO at Moneythink in Chicago) wrote for me: "David on many occasions took on additional work without being asked in order to make my life easier and improve the overall process for our faculty. He would do this without fanfare or the desire or need for acknowledgment. This thoughtfulness and commitment to his work and to our organization bowled me over. When the opportunity for promotion into a different role within the organization emerged, I sadly but willingly recommended him for the role, knowing he was capable of nearly anything but of course disappointed that I would be losing him in my department. I can frankly say that no one was able to fill his shoes in the position!" Loyalty and seeing things through are also very important to me. During my last few months at Saylor.org, I was working on a joint course project with NASA. This project had been my baby for the past six months and although my wife and I were eager to start our life abroad together, I needed to see my project through to the end. From the first meeting to the last, I was the project lead and managed a team of instructional designers, subject matter experts, and AV specialists to create a course that had nearly 10,000 students enrolled. I also have experience working remotely, so I know how to manage my time appropriately and stay on task outside the traditional office environment. Since June 2014, I have been freelance writing for clients mainly found on oDesk. I write primarily on travel, education, personal finance, and health. I have never had a client who was unsatisfied with my work and continually receive praise not only for the content I produce, but for the timely manner in which I get it in, the responsiveness I display, and the general ease of working with me. These are all qualities I pride myself on and always want to be known for. If you choose me for your project, I can guarantee you will be satisfied with the results. I will commit myself to the work and will always see the project through to completion. Should there be additional work available after the initial project, I would love the opportunity to work on that as well. If you would like me to complete a small test project first, I would be more than happy to do that as well.
I have earned my Bachelors and Masters of Science degrees in the field of Industrial Engineering. I am currently working on the completion of my Doctorate in Organizational Leadership. I have earned awards in public speaking. I have also taught college level courses in engineering and mathematics. I am certified to teach mathematics, language arts, science and social studies. I have written numerous successful grants for non-profit agencies. I am passionate about working with children to promote STEM education and writing. My hourly rate is negotiable and I look forward to an opportunity to provide quality service to your project.
Versatile professional, fluent in English, Spanish and Dutch, skilled and resourceful problem solver, well developed IT skills. Available for a wide range of jobs, from the simple to complex. Experience in training and developing training programs. Located in Santiago-Chile.
I have a B.A. in Business Administration with emphasis in Management and I have been an Emergency Medical Technician since 1997. I have an extensive medical background from in-field work and education. I own multiple pets and have extensive knowledge of cats and dogs from personal experience, early college experience as a pre-vet major, and from veterinarians. During high school and college I also assisted in school computer labs and teaching of computer classes. Thus, I am very computer literate (including all aspects of Microsoft Office such as Excel, other programs and advanced user on the internet) and am often considered the go-to person when someone has a technical problem either with software or computer issues that need rapid resolution. With all this experience I have been teaching online classes since 2001 sharing my knowledge in various subjects to people across the world. Since 2001 all my online jobs primarily have been independent, self- motivating, priority-setting situations. One major data entry task that was a temporary job expected to take 6 months involved entering 6 years' worth of car sales into a spreadsheet for a large car dealership. I completed the task in a month and half. I am experienced in data entry, spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, data conversion from PDF to Word, Excel, web research, etc. Other skills I have been involved in since 1998 include designing and maintaining websites, as well as creating new graphics from scratch. My #1 goal is to achieve above and beyond my clients expectations on the project, including providing very accurate work on or before the deadline. If I am hired I don't think you would be disappointed.
I am a talented person with the ability to learn new skills quickly. I have worked in education, event planning, multiple areas of healthcare, and have even given private baking lessons. Determination and persistence make me a good candidate for any position. If there is something I'm not sure how to do, I'll find out how to do it the right way. Integrity is one of the most important qualities that an individual can possess. I strive to act with integrity in every aspect of my life, being honest, forthcoming, hardworking and ethical. Writing, and especially research-based writing, has always been a passion for me. I am very detail-oriented and like to do things the right way, the first time. Creativity, however, makes life more interesting, so I try to find the best complement of creativity and fact. I read a wide variety of books ranging from classical literature and prose to current fiction and non-fiction. Reading helps bolster my vocabulary and enriches my mind, therefore allowing me to be a better writer. I look forward to challenging work. Let's get started!