Accounts Assistant

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CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL INFORMATION

NAME : IMALINGAT ANNE ROSE

SEX : FEMALE

AGE : 34 YEARS

NATIONALITY : UGANDAN

MARITAL STATUS : SINGLE

CONTACT : IMALINGAT ANNE ROSE GOLF COURSE INVESTMENTS LTD (APARTMENTS) P.O BOX 22774 KAMPALA. TEL: 0775- 330314

PERSONAL PROFILE

Iam a focused individual, good communicator, team leader and player. I am flexible and adaptable, willing to take up new challenges, learn new things and take up new projects. I also manage to withstand and absorb pressure, shocks and stress.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

YEAR INSTITUTION AWARD

2007 Good Samaritan Tech Teach Certificate of Completion in Tally

2002 Soroti Computer Bureau Certificate of Completion in Ms Word and Ms Excel

1999-2001 Uganda College of Commerce, Tororo Uganda Diploma in Business Studies (UDBS)

1997-1998 Kisoko High School, Tororo…...

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