Resume of Mrs. U. Dittmer
ID Number: 81011910462
Date of Birth: 19 January 1981
Marital Status: Married
Drivers Licence: Code 8
Residential address: Nr. 7 JJ Cleverly Street
Contact Details: Mobile: +264 81 340 9476
E-mail: [email protected]
Agricultural and Technical Wagpos High School
Grade: 12 / Senior Year
Period: 1995 – 1999
Subjects: English, Afrikaans, Biology, Science, Maths, Animal Husbandry
Level Obtained: Tourism Management Diploma
Period: July 2009
Subjects: Marketing Management, Communication, Management, Financial Accounting, Tourism Management
ADDITIONAL TRAINING OBTAINED
ABS – Artificial Insemination on Cattle
Technicon Pretoria – Horsemanship
Interman – German Language
Softline VIP – Premier User + Payroll
Northeast Oklahoma Ranch Roping Association – Vaquero Horsemanship 1 & Ranch Roping 1
Open Range Namibia – Walvis Bay – Namibia
Period: June 2013 – July 2016
Responsibilities: Importing of Equine equipment. Sale and Marketing of equine equipment. Sale and Marketing of second hand furniture. Ensure excellent customer relations. Attending to customer needs. Dealing with postal and transport services. Part time Fostering at local SPCA.
Pinto Dream Catcher Stud – Gobabis – Namibia
Period: May 2008 – July 2014
Responsibilities: Breeding Pinto Horses. Selling and Training of Horses. Rescue of local abused horses. Retrain and relocate abused horses to approved owners. Health and Safety training of employees.
Tswalu Kalahari Reserve – Kuruman – South Africa
Position: Administrative Clerk
Period: February 2006 – February 2008
Responsibilities: Payroll and calculation of leave days. Employee relations. Performing and prioritizing a multitude of complex administrative duties. Carrying out all assigned administrative duties. Handling confidential information. Financial assistance. Switchboard operations.
Red Sands Country Lodge – Kuruman – South Africa
Period: June 2005 – January 2006
Responsibilities: Bookings and welcoming of guests. Supervision over cleaning and restaurant staff. Assistance to restaurant customers. Cash handling. Dealing with late arrivals and early departures. Dealing with and resolving customer complaints. Switchboard operations. Managing group bookings for conferencing facilities, restaurant and accommodation.
High Green Farm – Dereham – Norfolk – United Kingdom
Position: Stable Manager
Period: August 2004 – May 2005
Responsibilities: Establish amount and type of rations to feed animals according to past food consumption, health, activity and size of animal. Inspection of animals for evidence of disease or injury. Treat injured or diseased animals according to experience or as per instruction from Veterinarian. Upkeep of stalls, feed and water troughs, equipment and in care feeding of animals.
Burrough House – Leicestershire – United Kingdom
Position: Au Pair/Nanny
Period: February 2004 – July 2004
Responsibilities: Responsible for children in all aspects. Cook and clean. Driving children to school and extra mural activities. Entertaining of children with variety of activities. Good communication with children. Assisting children with their ponies. Training the children to ride their ponies. Playing, reading and outdoor activities. 4 Children ages: newborn to 5 years.
Alexir Chilled Packing – Uckfield – United Kingdom
Position: Production Supervisor
Period: December 2002 – November 2003
Responsibilities: Managing and improving production process to enhance product quality and maximise efficiency. Tracking staff absenteeism and time-keeping. Ensuring the safest working environment possible for staff. Planning, assigning and directing the flow of production. Periodically carrying out office responsibilities and duties. Addressing employee complaints and resolving any problems. Organizing and prioritizing production needs and requirements. Ensuring products meet standard requirements and excellent quality. Creating an environment that is conducive to teamwork.
Mokala Safari Adventures – Kathu – South Africa
Position: Assistant Guide
Period: June 2002 – November 2002
Responsibilities: Assisting students on obstacle courses. Encouraging student participation. Addressing student complaints and resolving problems. Assist with crisis situations.
Norderney – Germany
Position: Au Pair/Nanny
Period: May 2001 – May 2002
Course: Responsible for children in all aspects. Cook and clean. Driving children to school and extra mural activities. Entertaining of children, reading and go do outdoor activities. Good communication with children in different languages. Assisting children with their ponies and other extra mural activities. Training the children to ride their ponies. 2 Children ages: 18 months and 3 years.