01/12/2019 - 31/05/2020
Hi there, I am planning on doing a sabbatical/leaving my current employer end of 2019 to enjoy life and things I love rather than focusing on my career for the rest of my life ;) In addition, I would like to go back working in the sports industry after two years of being a consultant for project management in the (re)insurance sector.
That said, I would love to go abroad to practice my English/French/Spanish, get to know another culture, discover another country (at least one) and to do some work that's more rewarding than the usual office stuff I am used to.
I am addicted to sports and passionate about any kind of animals, especially dogs and goats. Ever since I am a child I've been volunteering in different shelters - for the last five years I was travelling to Spain to help with the dogs in a local shelter.
When it comes to sports, I like to go out for a run even in the worst weather, take my bike or go for a hike. Climbing (boulder) and going to the gym is a nice addition.
Apart from that I would say that I am an open and outgoing person always trying to look on the bright side of life.
I am used to travelling on my own, trying to be in the nature, taking pictures and enjoying the peacefulness wherever I go but I have no problems with working hard (Spanish shelters are no luxury hotels).
If there are any more questions: Feel free to ask.
I am experienced in working with animals, especially dogs and cats as I was volunteering in an animal shelter for some years. I have basic knowledge in horse riding.
To finance my studies, I was working as a waitress and other jobs in the tourism/service industry so I could help with these kind of tasks, too.
I'd like to work (mainly) outdoors but I have no problem with helping in the house whenever needed.
When it comes to children: I do like children and previously children used to love me but I have to admit that I am not very experienced apart from the usual family celebrations where there are always some children to take care of or friends having children.
I guess there would be much more to tell you about myself, however, I can't think of any important information that is missing so if you have got any further questions, please feel free to ask.
Also, I am pretty flexible when it comes to my travel plans in terms of country or type of work.
Special dietary requirements
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