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RAMON REYES
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The most wanted man in Australia - Reward: A wonderful smile!

www.newsphotos.com.au Enter Ref. # 15481518.

RAMON ANTONIO REYES GONZALEZ – JP, AMAMI

Postal Address:  P.O. Box  408 KINGSFORD NSW 2032

Home Address:  4A/4 Trinity Avenue  MILLERS POINT   NSW   2000

Mobile +61 404 253 686  -  E-mail: rareyesgonzalez@hotmail.com

 

1.         OBJECTIVES:

 

This CV is aimed at demonstrating the level of education, training, expertise, areas of interest, accomplishments and hobbies of the applicant.  It also enables the applicant to outlook for positions such as Material Handling & Distribution, Warehousing, Sales, Product Development, Purchasing, Data Entry Operator and other Marketing areas.  Other positions of interest include but no limited to fundraising, clerical positions into Private or Government Public Service, Project Officer for non-government Community Organisations and the Cleaning Industry.

 

 

2.         ABSTRACTS OF ACTIVITIES:

 

Australia (07/1986-Current): Volunteer Community Worker (Supporting Refugees in their applications for Protection Visas 1995-Current); Full-time student (1994 to 1997); Volunteer Community Worker (Non Government Organisations 1990-1994); Commercial/Industrial Cleaner (1985-1991 P/T); leaflet distribution (1986-1987 P/T); and Labourer (1987-1989 F/T);

 

Mexico (12/1985 to 07/1986): Sales Consultant (NOVEDADES Newspaper and Magazines Subscriptions).

 

Guatemala (05/1985 to 12/1985): Sales Consultant (Centro Americana Legal Advice - Contracts Sales). 

 

Nicaragua (07/1973 to 05/1985): Twelve years of work experience as Shipping Officer, Freight Forwarding and Customs Agent, Import and Export Manager. The Applicant duties included organising staff, debarkation supervision, warehousing distribution, goods control In-Bond, inventory control, local transport, and budgeting control.

 

 

3.         STUDIES:

 

Australia: Asia-Pacific Marketing (21/30 subjects completed of Adv. Dip.AQF Level VI) [SIT/TAFE-Ultimo, 1994 to 1997]; several short courses funded by DEET/CENTRELINK (ex-CES 1990 to 1993). Courses included: Data Entry, Lotus 123, Bookkeeping, Word Perfect 5.1, Attaché 4,  Windows 97, Nursing Assistant, Handyman,  Fork lift truck ticket No. 174395 (19/11/90) Basic Freight Forwarding and Dangerous Goods Acceptance (QANTAS).

 

Nicaragua: Customs Agency Administration (Dip. F/Time - 1982-1983).  International Trade Management (Dip. F/Time - 1980-1981).

 

 

4.         S.W.O.T Analysis:

 

     Strengths:   *  Planning 

                       *  Negotiations

                       *  Problem solving 
                      
*  Leadership

                       *  Lateral thinking

 Weaknesses:  * Overcoming barriers

                          of  English Communi-

                          cation skills.

Opportunities:  * Understanding of

                          International Conventions (ONU)

                          such as:  Protection for Refugees,

                          Children welfare, Human Rights,

                          Discrimination  and Politics

                          at Work issues.

         Threats:  * Domestic government Laws,

                          Regulations, Policies and Controls.
 

5.         EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

 

*    Community Liaison Officer

      (1995-Current) of L’Amer-Aussies MRF

      (Multinational Refugees Foundation);

      Recognition Awards:
      - “1995 Australian Achievement Awards”, in 

           the categories of Media, Government and

           Community Services by the Ministry of

           Community Services and Aging of NSW
           [1994-1998].

*    Deputy Convenor of the MARKETPLACE

      MULTILINGUAL COMMUNITY

      INFORMATION CENTRE (founded

      by the LOCAL COUNCIL OF LEICH-

      HARDT) [1995,  1996, 1997 and

      re-elected in 1998].

*    Data Entry Operator and Media Release

      Translator (Amnesty Int'l 1995-1996).

*    Elected  Board  Member (Sydney Institute

      of Technology Association 1994/95).

*    Regional Customer Council Member

      (Sydney Water, ex-

      WATERBOARD 1994-1995).

*    Hobbies: Reading  [(Business

      development, Marketing, Sales,

      Customer Services,  Volunteer and 

      Welfare Programs, Recruitment

      & Training', self skills development)],

      and Spanish Amateur writer [Local

      and International newspapers and

      Magazines).

 

6.          ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN

             AUSTRALIA (1995-Current):

 

 *   Torchbearer (04/05/04) for the

      Athens 2004 Olympic Torch Relay

      (ex-website: http://www.coca-cola.com.au/torchrelay.faq.asp) (www.newsphotos.com.auEnter Ref. # 15481518.

 

 *   One of the 5,000 Community Heroes

       for the Australian Centenary
      of Federation

      (ex-website:  http://www.peoplescape.com.au).

 

 *    In 1995, founder of L’Amer-Aussie MRF – A prescribed Public Benevolent Institution giving support to On-shore applicants for Protection Visas under the responsibility of the titular of this CV. The applicants for P/V are supported before the Department of Immigration; if refused, request reviews before the Refugee Review Tribunal, at final stage submitting requests for Ministerial Intervention before the Minister for Immigration; or make applications for review before the Magistrate, Federal or High Courts of Australia. Through this Organisation the titular of this CV has developed pilot programs and recruitment strategies of new volunteers; promotional campaigns, advertising, publicity, sales, Fundraising, and Community Surveys.

 

*   The titular of this CV prepared submissions and presented by L’Amer-Aussies MRF to the Federal government in the benefit of the most disadvantaged unemployed, elderly and disabled people. ‘Work for the Dole’ is one of those submissions (1996). The submission aimed at improving employment strategies for long term unemployed for non-English speaking background and working into projects in the benefit of the elderly and disabled people.

 

*    L’Amer-Aussies MRF (Multinational Refugees Foundation), has recruited 50 people up-to-date.  25 people have been assisted to gain training under the scheme ‘Work for the Dole’. Up to date 25 people have been assisted to attend University studies and TAFE courses. 25 volunteers are assisting the elderly, handicapped and lonely people at home, community centres, and relief groups.

 

7.         MISCELLANEOUS:

           

*     The titular is a Registered ‘Justice of the Peace - reg.# 172156.

*     The titular is a member of the NSW Justices of the Peace Assoc.

*     The titular is a member of the Australian Marketing Institute

       (AMAMI Reg. No. 33852).

 

“There are days that make the difference in our lives, on 4th of June 2004, Coca-Cola made my day”

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The experience lived by me on the 4th June 2004, one of the 80 chosen Torbearers by Coca-Cola for the Athens 2004 Olympic Torch Relay amongst 3,800 applicants for this special event.

RAMON REYES
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ATHENS 2004 OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY
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