Cell phone in K.S.A.: +966-***-***-***
Cell phone in Tunisia: +216-**-***-***
Current Position: Project Leader at Al Khaleej for Training & Education, KSA.
(ESL Teacher/ Trainer)
Address: MA’ADEN GOLD, Al Amar Mine, Saudi Arabian Mining Company, P.O. Box 84 Al-Quwayiyah, 11971, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Date and Place of Birth: 12 – June – 1984; Tunis, Republic of Tunisia.
Marital Status: Married
Linkedin Profile: linkedin.com/in/zied-manai-9292b95
B.A. American Studies, Lewis & Clark College, Portland OR May 2007.
Relevant Coursework: U.S. literature, Pacific Northwest Modern History and Ethnic Studies related to Race and Ethnicity within the American Society.
First Year of the Second Cycle of University Studies Diploma in English at the University of Lettres of Manouba and the Ecole Normale Superieure de Tunis, Tunisia June 2005.
Relevant Coursework: First of a three year education term within the latter two schools to prepare a small group of elite students for a western literature teaching position in higher education.
Duel Degree (University Studies Diploma of the First Cycle in English): Two year degree similar to associate’s degree at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of Tunis, Tunisia September 2004.
Relevant Coursework: American and British history, literature and political system
Baccalaureate Certificate for Secondary Education in the section of Management and Economics with Honors at the session of June 2002.
Relevant Coursework: High School education with specific attention to courses related to Economics, Management and business related skills.
Certificate of Attendance for participation in the FLTA, ELT and Leadership Seminar, April 2012.
IELTS (International English Language Teaching System) from British Council Tunisia, March 15th, 2018 on the Academic topic with a score 7.5 out of 9.
E-Learning Teacher Training Workshop Certificate from British Council during a workshop in the regional center for Education and training (CREFOC), Jendouba, January 2010
PLUS SCHOLARSHIP (Partnership for Learning Undergraduate Studies): A program created by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau for Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Microsoft Certified Educator Diploma achieved June 13th, 2016.
Certificate of Outstanding Achievement for active contribution in Campus life activities acquired from the Academy of Educational Development (A.E.D).
Certificate of Outstanding Achievement for active attendance of the Plus Enrichment Seminar held in Washington D.C. for PLUS Program scholars on January 2007.
Certificate of Outstanding Achievement for active attendance of the Plus Enrichment Seminar held in Washington D.C. for PLUS Program scholars on January 2006.
IELTS (International English Language Teaching System) from British Council Tunisia, April 21st, 2012 on the Academic topic with a score 8 out of 9.
EXPERIENCE & WORKSHOPS:
Worked as a mail clerk at the post office of Lewis & Clark College during the winter break of the academic year of 2005-2006.
Had a general but comprehensive training on different functions and procedures of mail dispatching within the U.S. as well as managing different resources (human and materials) within the post office.
Volunteered for the International Student Services at Lewis & Clark College for one month and helped the associate dean of the college with all administrative work and translation of documents related to the admission of new international students coming to the college.
Helped preparing for the presentation of Tunisia and North Africa during the two International Fairs at Lewis & Clark College for the years 2006 and 2007.
Served as the co-chair for the French Club at Lewis & Clark College during the academic year 2005/2007 and helped structuring the budget for this club.
Participated as the ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia to the First Committee for Disarmament within the General Assembly of the United Nations during a Model United Nations Conference organized by the Osgood Center for International Studies in Washington D.C. November 2006.
Attended two Enrichment Seminars held in Washington D.C. for PLUS Program scholars on January 2006 and January 2007.
Had a one-month work experience in October 2007 in telemarketing via phone for the American film “Democratie en France” within the E.C.S. telecommunications centre in Tunis.
Worked from November 2007 till April 2008 as a customer services advisor (Conseiller Clientelle) within the Second largest French Internet and Telephone network “Neuf Cegetel Telecom” under the supervision of Teleperformance in Tunis.
Worked as a quality investigator for the national Canadian agency Hydro-Quebec within their call centre platform located in Tunis during May 2008.
Worked as a telemarketing team manager for the American Internet network “Crawler Network” during June 2008 at the G.C.C. (Genius Call Centre) based in Tunis.
Worked as a telemarketing operator for the French “Neuf Cegetel Telecom” within the Wan Way Communications Centre based in Ariana during the month of July 2008.
Worked as a telemarketing operator for the French medical group “Europe Assistance” during the months August and September 2008 at the G.C.C. (Genius Call Centre) based in Tunis.
Was recruited by the Tunisian Ministry of Education and Training starting from June 2008 after passing the C.A.P.E.S. exams (Certificate for High School Professorship).
Has been teaching as a Public high school teacher at the Preparatory School of Babouche since September 15th, 2008.
Have been reassigned as a Public School confirmed EFL teacher at Jendouba Pioneer Preparatory School from 2010 till June 2017.
Have been appointed as teacher trainer in computer laboratories for preparatory school teachers within the governorate of Jendouba by the Tunisian Ministry of Education starting from the school year 2012-2013.
Have been promoted to a special senior teacher by the Tunisian Ministry of Education in January 2017.
Was appointed as an ESL teacher (for Aptis exam preparation), as well as medical terminology instructor since July 2017 for the COE (Colleges of Excellence) health training programme with the Saudi Ministry of Health, working under the supervision of AlKhaleej for Education and Training at Qurayat Males Center.
Was appointed since September 2017 as the Program Leader and Center Supervisor by Al Khaleej for Training and Education, KSA, at AlQurayat Males Center for Health Training.
Have been appointed since April 2018 as the Program Leader and Center Supervisor by Al Khaleej for Training and Education, KSA, at Sakaka - Al Jawf Males Center for Health Training. Job Responsibilities consist in:
1/ Managing a multi-national staff of 6 ESL instructors and Medical Terminolgy teachers (British / Americans/ Tunisians/ Sudanese / Syrian).
2/ Coordinating classes and delivey of programme content.
3/ General administrative duties of training center management.
4/ Training & mentoring new teachers (orientation sessions).
5/ Coordinating online courses and monitoring progress of trainees.
6/ Supervision of progress tests, medical quizzes, APTIS tests (trial and final assessments).
7/ Attending sesssions to evaluate teachers' performance and submitting observation reports.
8/Enrolling and monitoring the performance of trainees.
9/ Reporting trainee data on provided data tools and templates on set key dates as per the quality calendar.
10/ Completing and returning monthly quality reports to the Colleges of Excellence, including a final report.
11/ Providing curriculum support to re-sit trainees who need additional input to remedy any weakness.
12/ Developing schemes of work for teachers.
13/ Managing the quality of the programme within the training center in liaison with the Colleges Of Excellence and its quality processes.
14/ Ensuring the implementation of training code of conduct and trainee auditing.
15/ Providing teaching accomodation including IT suites.
Has been appointed as an ESL instructor at the Direct English Training Branch Suwaidi, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, working on levels Foundation, up to level 8, starting from November 2018.
Has been assigned as an ESL Training manager in charge of conducting a one-year vocational training on Direct English syllabus for miners, security shift controllers, mine operators, blasters and geologists. This training is conducted at the MA’ADEN goldmine in Al-Amar, southwest of Riyadh. The training started mid-January, 2019.
Engaging in multicultural discussions related to politics, culture, race and ethnicity with people from different cultural backgrounds and various visions.
Acting in small group plays and performances.
Fluent in Arabic, English and French, some knowledge of Russian.
Good Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, Internet programs and surfing and most computer software.
University experience in translation from English to French or Arabic and vice versa.