Candidate Essay

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WESONGA JUSTUS NYONGESAP.O BOX 534 CELL PHONE 0710755533KISII, KENYA E-MAIL jwesonga11@yahoo.comPERSONAL PROFILEDate of Birth : 8th April 1972Nationality : KenyanSex : MaleMarital Status : MarriedCAREER OBJECTIVETo obtain a position in an Institution which has high standards and solid values where I can utilize and further develop my extensive skill base in Human ResourceManagement and expand my scope through Educational Research, Field Experience, Consultancy and further Training.SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES1. Able to work with minimal supervision and capable of meeting deadlines2. Good communication and interpersonal skills3. Self-motivated and capable team player.4. Presentation and training skills5. Consultancy skillsACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONDoctor of Commerce in Business Management specializing in Human ResourceManagement at the University of South Africa (2010- date). The Supervisor has myWrite up on 'The Models for Service Delivery in Public Service in Kenya"2. Masters of Business Administration with specialty in Human ResourceManagement at Kenyatta University (2005-2009)3. International Diploma in Human Resource and Personnel Management fromCambridge International College in Britain (2001-2002)4. Bachelor of Education (Arts) Degree Moi University (1992-1996)5. Certificate in Computer Operations at Joyeca Megatrends [2002]6. Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education at Kokuro secondary school (1987-1990)7. Kenya Certificate of Primary Education at Mukuyu Primary (1979-1986)COMPUTER PROFICIENCYJan to April 2002: Introduction to Computers, Windows 95/98, Microsoft, Excel,Microsoft Access and Power Point. At Joyage Megatrends.EMPLOYMENT HISTORY AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEAS A LECTURERFulltime Lecturer-Maasai Mara University (August 2012 to date)I'm involved in teaching of HUMAN resource Management unitsFull Time Lecturer- Mount Kenya University Main Campus Thika (May2010 to July 2012)Before becoming a Full Time Lecturer, I had taught with the same University for Three yearsDuties Lecturing in the Department commerce and Business Management the followingUnits:i. Strategic Managementii. Organisational Behaviouriii. Human Resource ManagementPart Time Lecturer-Kisii University College (August 2010 to 2011)Duties Teaching-Management of Organisational Change-Industrial and Labour RelationsPart Time Lecturer- Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and TechnologyKisii Campus (May 2010 to Date)Duties Teachingi.ii.iii.Manpower PlanningSociology of work and EmploymentPrinciples of Management and Human Resource ManagementPart Time Lecturer-Bondo University College Kisii Learning Centre (December 2011 todate)Duties Teaching-Organisational Behaviour-Human Resource Management-Organisational TheoryNOTE: Cumulatively I have Four Years of University Teaching ExperiencePart Time Lecturer- Kenya Institute of Management (Jan 2006 to Date)Duties Teaching Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, Consultancy and supervising...

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