I am an adventurous person from Norway, always eager to see what life has in store for me!
I have lived in Japan for 2 years and I'm ready to move on with my career.
Now I'm looking for a job where I can use my skills as experience designer and enrich the communication in Japan through co-creation, gamification and solid marketing work.
I see myself as a very positive and outgoing person. My motto is: If the people around me are happy, so am I". That's why I always strive to work hard, to ensure happiness for the people around me.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at my E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm looking forward to speaking with you!
+Color English Café
日本, 大阪府, Hommachi
Full time worker and head teacher of English school in Osaka. My responsibilities was teaching all levels of students, with a focus on intermediate and advance students. I also made curriculum that is still being used and helped manage what other teachers would teach in their lessons.
Ski Camp Leader
日本, 新潟県, Tsunan
English Adventure arranges seasonal camps for children in Japan, allowing them to experience proper American camps, with international staff, speaking English. I was a leader in the winter, teaching the kids how to ski better, and speaking English with them, in order to immerse the kids in English, even though this all takes place in Niigata. We also live and hang out with the kids when they're playing inside, eating and sleeping, each session for 4 days.
Høyt & Lavt Kristiansand
As a climbing instructor, I worked with a lot of people with different age and language, adjusting to the needs of the individual, while still managing a group of people. My job was mainly teaching visitors how to use their equipment safely and confidently, before letting them roam the climbing park freely.
This was a seasonal job, and I've worked there for two summers.
Communication department intern
The Norwegian Scout Assosiacion
I worked as an intern in the Norwegian Scout Association for two months at the end of my studies at Westerdals. There I functioned as a normal employee, helping out with the various projects needing exposure. I worked a lot with Adobe Illustrator and got to use my education in practice.
Translator and assistant in Norway
Memrise had a project in 2016 called "The Membus", where a crew from their offices would travel Europe and film people speaking their native languages to add more value to their smartphone language learning app. During this project, they needed assistants to help out with translations and introductions while making the so called "video dictionaries".
My task was mainly asking Norwegians if they wanted to participate in the project, instructing them on what to do, and later reviewing the film making sure the English translation matched the spoken Norwegian. I also lived with the crew on the bus for the week they had in Norway.
As a product promoter in NVFT I was tasked with becoming knowledgable about several different products, and being able to sell in their positive attributes to customers in various grocery stores around Norway. Here I learned how to meet the customer first hand, and not just sell the product, but the brand and messaging as well.
The Norwegian Armed Forces
Norway has mandatory one year service for all citizens after they finish our equivalent to high school. In the army, I served as a logistics soldier, keeping track of resources like fuel, food and water, in addition to basic soldier training.
Westerdals Oslo ACT
Bachelor 場所 Experience & Event Design
Experience & Event Design is a course which focuses on tailor making experiences for an audience, be it digital or physical. By utilizing knowledge related to scenography, market analysis, risk management, creative conceptualizing, and several other related subjects, we learned how to make sure the audience receives the message you intended to send. By doing this, your message will be regarded as less of a commercial thing, and more like a personal experience, that will be treasured as a memory, and trusted.