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May 23, 2018

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Çekmeköy,Istanbul (Turkey)


PERSONAL STATEMENT I gratuated from Communication Faculty of Kocaeli University in 2017. My main field was Journalism at the Communication Faculty. Im skilled on Communication based job fields. I finished my Internship at one of the biggest media company and newspaper ''Milliyet'' as a translator and intern journalist. You can see some of my works on the attachment. WORK EXPERIENCE

06/01/2013–10/02/2013 Journalist

Gölcük Postası, Kocaeli (Turkey)

to write a news at the local-based newspaper.

09/2017–11/2017 Journalist

Demirören Medya Grubu Milliyet Cumartesi Pazar ve Cadde Ekleri Gazeteleri, İstanbul (Turkey)

-To translate English written news into Turkish and make an agenda column for these newspapers.

(Intern Journalist)

10/2017–Present Translator and Host Staff

Erbay Organisation, İstanbul (Turkey)

To lead and assist foreign groups at any meeting.


09/2013–12/2017 Journalism

Kocaeli University, Kocaeli (Turkey)

08/2016–06/2017 Journalism and Information

Vilnius University, Vilnius (Lithuania)

I was an Erasmus+ exchange student in there.


Mother tongue(s) Turkish


Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production English C1 C1 C1 B2 C2


Levels: A1 and A2: Basic user - B1 and B2: Independent user - C1 and C2: Proficient user Common European Framework of Reference for Languages 15/5/18 © European Union, 2002-2018 Page 1 / 4 Curriculum vitae Mert Sisa

Communication skills -Excellent Customer-based Communication Skills I have worked for a organisation and event management companies. I've been experienced about how to communicate with customers.

Organisational / managerial skills - Event Management skills at Erbay Organisation's works

- English and Turkish based host and assisting skills Job-related skills - News Reporting and Writing experienced.

- Customer focused hosting experienced and skills. Digital skills SELF-ASSESSMENT









Proficient user Proficient user Basic user Proficient user Independent user Digital skills - Self-assessment grid

-Experienced on InDesign-formatted documents editing.

- Microsoft Office Skills

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Mert Sisa

Mother tongue(s) Other language(s)

Turkish English


Self-assessment of language skills




Spoken interaction

Spoken production



Proficient user


Proficient user


Proficient user


Independent user


Proficient user

Certificates and diplomas

Title Awarding body Date Level*

T-MBA Doga College 15/06/2011 B1

Linguistic and intercultural experience

Description Duration

Mediating between languages: Erasmus+ Programme Exchange Student in Vilnius,Lithuania for a year.



Using languages at work: -I have asssisting and leading foreigner groups at any events. (Erbay Organisation)

- I have translating the English written news into Turkish for Milliyet Newspaper. 6/8/17–8/11/17

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I can understand familiar words and

very basic phrases concerning myself,

my family and immediate concrete

surroundings when people speak

slowly and clearly.

I can understand phrases and the

highest frequency vocabulary related

to areas of most immediate personal

relevance (e.g. very basic personal

and family information, shopping,

local area, employment). I can catch

the main point in short, clear, simple

messages and announcements.

I can understand the main points of clear

standard speech on familiar matters

regularly encountered in work, school,

leisure, etc. I can understand the main

point of many radio or TV programmes

on current affairs or topics of personal or

professional interest when the delivery is

relatively slow and clear.

I can understand extended speech and

lectures and follow even complex lines

of argument provided the topic is

reasonably familiar. I can understand

most TV news and current affairs

programmes. I can understand the

majority of films in standard dialect.

I can understand extended speech

even when it is not clearly structured

and when relationships are only

implied and not signalled explicitly. I

can understand television

programmes and films without too

much effort.

I have no difficulty in understanding any

kind of spoken language, whether live

or broadcast, even when delivered at

fast native speed, provided I have some

time to get familiar with the accent.


I can understand familiar names, words

and very simple sentences, for

example on notices and posters or in


I can read very short, simple texts. I

can find specific, predictable

information in simple everyday

material such as advertisements,

prospectuses, menus and timetables

and I can understand short simple

personal letters.

I can understand texts that consist

mainly of high frequency everyday or job-

related language. I can understand the

description of events, feelings and

wishes in personal letters.

I can read articles and reports

concerned with contemporary

problems in which the writers adopt

particular attitudes or viewpoints. I can

understand contemporary literary


I can understand long and complex

factual and literary texts, appreciating

distinctions of style. I can understand

specialised articles and longer

technical instructions, even when they

do not relate to my field.

I can read with ease virtually all forms of

the written language, including abstract,

structurally or linguistically complex

texts such as manuals, specialised

articles and literary works.




I can interact in a simple way provided

the other person is prepared to repeat

or rephrase things at a slower rate of

speech and help me formulate what I'm

trying to say. I can ask and answer

simple questions in areas of immediate

need or on very familiar topics.

I can communicate in simple and

routine tasks requiring a simple and

direct exchange of information on

familiar topics and activities. I can

handle very short social exchanges,

even though I can't usually

understand enough to keep the

conversation going myself.

I can deal with most situations likely to

arise whilst travelling in an area where

the language is spoken. I can enter

unprepared into conversation on topics

that are familiar, of personal interest or

pertinent to everyday life (e.g. family,

hobbies, work, travel and current


I can interact with a degree of fluency

and spontaneity that makes regular

interaction with native speakers quite

possible. I can take an active part in

discussion in familiar contexts,

accounting for and sustaining my


I can express myself fluently and

spontaneously without much obvious

searching for expressions. I can use

language flexibly and effectively for

social and professional purposes. I

can formulate ideas and opinions with

precision and relate my contribution

skilfully to those of other speakers.

I can take part effortlessly in any

conversation or discussion and have a

good familiarity with idiomatic

expressions and colloquialisms. I can

express myself fluently and convey finer

shades of meaning precisely. If I do

have a problem I can backtrack and

restructure around the difficulty so

smoothly that other people are hardly

aware of it.



I can use simple phrases and

sentences to describe where I live and

people I know.

I can use a series of phrases and

sentences to describe in simple

terms my family and other people,

living conditions, my educational

background and my present or most

recent job.

I can connect phrases in a simple way in

order to describe experiences and

events, my dreams, hopes and

ambitions. I can briefly give reasons and

explanations for opinions and plans. I

can narrate a story or relate the plot of a

book or film and describe my reactions.

I can present clear, detailed

descriptions on a wide range of

subjects related to my field of interest. I

can explain a viewpoint on a topical

issue giving the advantages and

disadvantages of various options.

I can present clear, detailed

descriptions of complex subjects

integrating sub-themes, developing

particular points and rounding off with

an appropriate conclusion.

I can present a clear, smoothly-flowing

description or argument in a style

appropriate to the context and with an

effective logical structure which helps

the recipient to notice and remember

significant points.



I can write a short, simple postcard, for

example sending holiday greetings. I

can fill in forms with personal details,

for example entering my name,

nationality and address on a hotel

registration form.

I can write short, simple notes and

messages. I can write a very simple

personal letter, for example thanking

someone for something.

I can write simple connected text on

topics which are familiar or of personal

interest. I can write personal letters

describing experiences and impressions.

I can write clear, detailed text on a wide

range of subjects related to my

interests. I can write an essay or

report, passing on information or giving

reasons in support of or against a

particular point of view. I can write

letters highlighting the personal

significance of events and experiences.

I can express myself in clear, well-

structured text, expressing points of

view at some length. I can write about

complex subjects in a letter, an essay

or a report, underlining what I consider

to be the salient issues. I can select a

style appropriate to the reader in mind.

I can write clear, smoothly-flowing text

in an appropriate style. I can write

complex letters, reports or articles

which present a case with an effective

logical structure which helps the

recipient to notice and remember

significant points. I can write summaries

and reviews of professional or literary


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