CURRICULUM VITAE

 

PERSONAL DETAILS:

 

Name:                                                       George Oruta Meroka

 

D.O.B:                                                       28th November 1979

 

Nationality:                                               Kenyan

 

Marital Status:                                          Single

 

Email:                                                          george.meroka@uonbi.ac.ke

 

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

 

2011-Present:  Pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree, University of Nairobi.

2007-2010: Diploma in Business Management, Kenya Institute of Management.

 2009: KCSE (re-sit) Westminster Academy with mean grade C plain.

2006: Advanced Certificate in Business Management KIM.

2005: Certificate in Business Management KIM.

2002: Certificate in food and beverage production, Kenya Polytechnic.

1999-2000: Certificate in food and beverage production and service, Mombasa  

                   Polytechnic.

1995-1998: KCSE Jamhuri High School.

1987-1994: KCPE Westlands Primary School.

 

WORKING EXPERIENCE:

December 2003-Present:                Data Entry Clerk in the Institute of Diplomacy

                                                          & International Studies (IDIS).

 

September 2002-January 2003:        Worked as a waiter at New Dawn restaurant

                                                              Kericho.

 

January 2000-March 2000:               Attachment at Whitesands hotel where I was

                                                              attached in various departments.

 

 

SKILLS:

 

  • Ø Team work: I am  a team player who mobilizes others to come together to accomplish tasks
  • Ø Communication Skills: Ability to effectively communicate with colleagues, students’ and customers.
  • Ø Management Skills: I am able to organize, coordinate, supervise, and motivate people.

INTERESTS:

 

  • Ø Reading academic books, novels, newspapers and magazines.
  • Ø Engaging in artistic creativity through painting and drawing.
  • Ø Listening to music.
  • Ø Watching movies.
  • Ø Traveling.
  • Ø Socializing.

 

REFEREES:

 

  • Ø Prof. Makumi Mwagiru

Professor,

Institute of Diplomacy & International Studies.

 

  • Ø Mr. Gerrishon Ikiara

Associate Director,

Institute of Diplomacy & International Studies.

 

 

  • Ø Mr. Kenneth Mbali

Senior Assistant Registrar

Institute of Diplomacy & International Studies.

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