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Nomadic Expeditions seeks USA-based Expedition Specialist, encourages Mongolian citizens to apply
Nomadic Expeditions, the award-winning international tour operator with offices in the US and Ulaanbaatar, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and as part of their expansion seeks candidates for a US-based Expedition Specialist, who would coordinate travel programs, handle client correspondence, and bring new ideas to the company. The company warmly and actively encourages Mongolians to apply. The successful candidate will have 3+ years of experience in a similar role, have excellent communication and customer service skills, be an energetic self-starter with excellent attention to detail with the abilities to multi-task and meet tight deadlines. Knowledge of the destinations Nomadic features is desirable; e.g. Mongolia, Tibet, Bhutan, China and Siberia. Applications and other inquiries should be sent to Info@nomadicexpediitons.com.
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Mongolian MBA graduate in project management seeks job/internship in USA
Oyunbat Chuluunbaatar graduated in May 2016 from Virginia International University with an MBA in Project Management and is looking for job or internship opportunities in business/ corporations, government agencies, or NGOs that are invested or active in US-Mongolian relations. She formerly worked as an assistant project manager in one of the biggest beverage producer companies in Mongolia and has other professional experience. She strongly believes that because of her dedication and commitment to hard work, she could be an outstanding liaison to bridge the two countries’ business relations. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org for CV and further information.
Mongolian finance professional with Rio Tinto & OT experience seeks career opportunities in US or Canada
Sainbat Baatar, MBA, is an experienced finance and accounting professional who lives in the United States and holds an appropriate work visa. He has extensive working experience in multinational companies including Rio Tinto in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Oyu Tolgoi LLC, the copper-gold mining company in Mongolia. In addition to his strong background in finance, he possesses solid knowledge about the global business environment and also has demonstrated organizational and communication skills. He is open to career opportunities in the U.S or Canada. Contact him at email@example.com for resume and further information.
Mongolian-American is May 2016 JMU international economics graduate seeking job in company/organization invested in US-Mongolia relations
Bazargur Sukhbaatar will graduate in May 2016 from James Madison University (VA) with a B.A. in International Economics and is seeking employment in a business/corporation, government agency/organization, or NGO that is invested in American-Mongolian relations. As a Mongolian-American who has lived in the U.S. for well over 10 years, he has a diverse background and understands the cultures, peoples, and languages of the two countries. He believes he has the potential to be a valuable asset in dealing with Mongolian-American relations/diplomacy, consultancy, and business dealings with his excellent interpersonal skills and understanding of diverse cultures. Although he has no formal work experience due to being a full-time student at his university, he has had two valuable internships in Washington D.C. and in Mongolia over the past two summers. During his internships, he has worked with influential people in their respective fields such as international organizations, NGOs, and government agencies in Ulaanbaatar and in Washington D.C. Contact him at click here to send an email for further information, CV, and references.
Mongolian-to-English legal/technical translator seeks full-time position in Mongolia
Mikael Thompson, PhD, is an experienced legal and technical translator who lives and works in Ulaanbaatar. After receiving a doctorate in linguistics from Indiana University, he worked for an international law firm, Hogan Lovells (Ulaanbaatar) LLC, for almost two years, and has since worked as a freelance translator. He has translated dozens of laws, primarily commercial and financial, as well as hundreds of other documents, including contracts, regulations, governmental resolutions, and certificates. He seeks employment as a full-time legal translator for an international business or organization. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org for CV and further information.