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Economics, Business Management, Financial Markets, Mathematics

Location:
South Africa
Posted:
December 27, 2020

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CURRICULUM VITAE

FOR

EDWIN NDLOVU

PERSONAL DETAILS

Age : 38

Gender : Male

Phone : 065*******

Passport number : EN237836

Email : adiy67@r.postjobfree.com

Languages : English, Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele

Residential address : 1 Alpha Court, Bezuidenhout Street, Johannesburg

Availability : Immediate.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

1.Master of Commerce Degree - Economics: University of Fort Hare (2010).

2.B.Com Honours Degree in Financial Markets: University of Fort Hare (2008).

Major subjects: Monetary economics, financial markets, financial markets microstructure & regulation, macro-economics, equity market, debt market, derivative markets, money market, foreign exchange market, econometrics techniques.

3.B.Com Degree in Business Management and Economics: University of Fort Hare (2007)

Majors: Business Economics, Economics, Accounting, Econometrics.

OTHER CERTIFICATIONS

Certificate in Language and Writing Advancement Program (LWAP): University of Fort Hare (2008).

STRENGTHS AND COMPETENCES

Highly self-motivated and possess good quantitative, qualitative, analytical and report writing skills,

Eleven years experience as a tutor and a lecturer.

Good communication and interpersonal relationship skills.

Deeper understanding of economics, econometrics, mathematics and statistics.

Very diligent, honest, hard working, and able to work under presure.

In a position to lead, facilitate, handle conflicts and relate well with others,

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

1.E-Tutor (Part time): Mathematical Economics, Financial Numeracy, and Quantitative Methods, University of South Africa (UNISA), Johannesburg (January 2016 to date).

2.Lecturer: Economics and Econometrics, University of Fort Hare, East London (January 2015 - December 2019).

Key Responsibilities

Curriculum development and lecturing of modules.

Pursuing research activities and assistance in the supervision of research students registered in the department;

Using e-learning system to present lectures and programmes.

Participating in the administration of tasks related to teaching and learning as well as in community service projects;

3.Research Trainer and Mentor: South African Institute of Learning, Johannesburg, (January 2013 – March 2014).

Key Responsibilities

Holding marathon sessions with participants and other researchers on research writing and exam preparation.

Conducting training sessions on data collection/sourcing, collation, editing, compilation, analysis, and interpretation, on various economic conditions;

Writing proposals, reports; designing questionnaires;

Guiding participants in practical data collection/sourcing, collation, editing, compilation, analysis, and interpretation;

Provision of training assistance to other external research teams;

4.Teacher: Mathematics and Economics, Mzokhanyo High School. East London (April 2009 - December 2012).

Key Responsibilities

Lesson planning, preparation and presentation.

Grading tests and conducting progress reports,

Conducting student counselling and enforcing school rules and disciplinary action;

Coaching in extramural activities - sports and drama

5.Senior Tutor, Student Counsellor, and a Language and Writing Consultant (LCW): University of Fort Hare, East London (January 2008 - December 2010).

Key Responsibilities

Conducting trainings and facilitation programs to improve students communication, listening and understanding skills.

Assessing students through public reading of each other's work loudly to the audience.

Conducting studet performance analysis, and seeking ways to improve their writing skills

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION EXPERIENCE

2012: Historical Performance of Currency Boards.

2011: Implications of a currency board arrangement for a hyper-inflationary economy - lessons of experience.

2009: An analysis of the general trend of money velocity in South Africa and the projected impact of hosting a Sporting World Cup on Income Velocity of Money.

COMPUTER LITERACY SKILLS

Office packages: Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher,) - advanced level.

Statistical packages: Eviews 7, Excel, and PC Give - advanced level; and SPSS - basics.

REFERENCES:

Mr. N. Ndlovu

Departmental Head - Economics

University of South African (UNISA)

Pretoria

Tel: +27-83-891-****

Miss T. Tema

Head of Department

Department of Economics

University of Fort Hare

East London

Tel: +27-73-573-****

Mrs. K. Sibanda

Training Manager

South African Institute of Learning.

Johannesburg

Tel: +27-79-188-****



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