CV Service Qatar. I Need To Work in a More Challenging Environment. I Feel Like I'm Under-utilizing my Skill-Sets in My Current Job. I Feel De-Motivated.
Talitha Jaafar is a 25-year-old Qatari woman working for a banking company in Doha, Qatar as a back-office data entry operator for 4 years. She proclaims that her work is very repetitive and unexciting.
When she first joined, she was led through her inundation by a colleague and as she was new with only 1 year of experience, she grabbed the opportunity to work in the Operations department. Her job required her to maintain databases and handle finances.
Since she had a strong secondary and post-secondary education with complimentary soft skills including good communication and interaction skills, along with a knack for operations tech and innate determination, they hired her almost immediately.
She had been very satisfied with her job at the back office, but recently she is in two minds about continuing with her present job.
Listening to her instincts, she consulted her close relative who works in the Human Resources Department in a leading Qatari bank who also agreed that she was under-utilizing her skills at her current job...
...She had 5 years of experience now, and with her excellent people skills, relations, dialogue, presentation, sales, negotiation and strong evaluation competencies, she could easily apply for a Relationship Manager vacancy in a bank for corporate clients. Her language skills include excellent Arabic, English, and intermediary level of French and German.
Now Talitha is keen to resign from her back-office post and is enthusiastic to try out for the Relationship Manager position. She reveals that at her earlier job, even with a decent pay and job satisfaction and her friendly, helpful colleagues - she never seemed to enjoy her work.
She accepts that her personality is very different from that of a back office operational employee, even though she was extremely efficient at operations, she could never adjust to sitting behind the scenes and felt as though she was losing a part of her extroverted nature to her job - working in front of a computer all day, with minimum human contact considering that all of her work dealt with gadgets... she felt caged in her workspace.
She would wait each day in anticipation to work at more challenging and thrilling projects, but her job required her to only stick to financial documentation.
Talitha is eager to take up a new stint in her career, but she is also grateful for her job at the back-office because it gave her the kind of experience, as a beginner, and knowledge, that she wouldn’t have gained otherwise.
She is at-the-ready to seek for exposure in her new profession, and hopes to learn the ropes quickly so she can start communicating with her prospects because her personality just won’t let her sit still for 8 hours, hidden away behind a screen.
She confesses that she is very chatty, and her new position will definitely let her access this gift fully.
I’m sure we’ve all been in Talitha’s shoes or that we know someone in a similar situation. Let's reach out to members of our family or friends who are also going through a tough time in their dull 9-to-5, and help them take up a career more suited to their personality and talents and passion for challenge.
She got in touch with us at Dubai-Forever.Com, and we helped create a Qatar resume format for her. Basically, a Qatar job CV for her in English and Arabic, and also a strong LinkedIn profile that helped her get an interview with a Bank in Qatar, and get selected.
She starts work soon…
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