Business Finance

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CURRICULUM VITAE
OWUSU SERWAA EUNICE
P.O. BOX 1223
AMAKOM-KUMASI
MOBILE: +233268685556/+233245474486 E-MAIL: eserwaaowusu@yahoo.com
DATE OF BIRTH: 10TH FEBRUARY, 1990.
MARITAL STATUS: SINGLE
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NATIONALITY: GHANAIAN OBJECTIVES
I am keen to my career with organization where I can acquire the requisite experience to improve my skills and knowledge in accounting principles and also adapt to change easily, able to assume authority, supervise people, manage time set objectives and motivate people. SPECIAL SKILLS
Hard work with positive mind set towards the achievement of the set standard of the organization.
Set confident, effective team work ability and food human relation.
I have the ability to learn and work efficiently under pressure to meet deadlines.
Excellent writing and communication skills.
A good use of Microsoft word and excel. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
2010-2012: Diploma in Business Studies
Institution: Sunyani Polytechnic ( Sunyani)
Courses: Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Business Law, Business Communication, Office Practice and Administration.
2005-2008: West Africa Senior Secondary Examination Certificate (wassec)
Institution: Afua Kobi Ampem Girls’ High School.
Courses: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Elective Mathematics
2003-2005: Basic Education Certificate Examination
Institution: Holy Spirit Junior High School WORKING EXPERIENCE
Institution: Konadu Yiadom International School
Position: Teacher
Institution: SSNIT Goaso
Position: Assistant Clerk
Institution: Gabriel K Driving School
Position: Assistant Clerk COURSES ATTENDED
Blue Software Communication Training (Computer Training) INTEREST AND HOBBIES
I like watching television and listening to music.

REFERES
Mr. John Osei Asibey
SSNIT Goaso Branch…...

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