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Having worked 14 years with Multi- cultural environments as an HR expert; I prefer a challenging senior HR Management position, in a dynamic global company where I can utilise my diversified HR exposure both in multinational and local companies gained a commercial outlook. Expert on establishment of HR systems infrastructure; organizational development projects with best practices portfolio, lately worked as a change agent role and as an hr strategic business partner.



Date & Place of Birth: 25.04.1972 - Istanbul/Turkey
Marital Status: Married – 2, 5 years old 
Nationality: Turkish



Sep' 87 - June' 92 XXX University –Business Administration - Istanbul 
Sep' 81 - June' 87                 XXX  - Istanbul



Apr’05 - ….                      HR Manager                                           XXX HOLDING

The role is strategic human resources management of the company responsible from all of the hr infructure activities and strategy development.  

 Sep’01- Feb’05          HR Director                                                  XXX  GROUP 
Working directly with CEO, delivered from zero to all HR Strategy as well as organizational development projects for the Group (7000 employees). Established and introduced systems related to job profiles, competency analysis, corporate culture, performance management, assessment for the Sales and Marketing job family, organisational analysis, recruitment and selection, development and training programs, job evaluation and compensation benefits structure and finally re-engineering projects for some of the companies. Directed and coordinated team of Hr Professionals as well as Managers through projects for the Group. Cultural change and institutionalisation is the essence of the role.

Nov’00 – Sep’01 HR Consultants Team Leader                           YYY COMPANY
The role was a strategy developer of the company while managing consultants and administrative employees.  



New Turkish Law and Changing Industrial Relations in Turkey  Time Management – TMI Six Sigma Watson Wyatt Job Evaluation and Job Matching System NEO-PI – R Personality Questionnaire Situational Leadership                                                                                       Negotiating  effectively Effective Team Building and Paintball Step into Leadership Mind Mapping Setting up a successful Non-Union relationship  Advanced Practical Thinking Training (Six Thinking Hats) Value adding HR in an organisation Value adding HR in an organisation Re-engineering Coaching at Performance Management Communication problems at work



 Languages: Fluent in English, basic knowledge in Japan and beginner in Spanish and Russian. 
Computer: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) Lotus Notes as well as Lotus Applications, internet 
Hobbies: Swimming , Skiing, Writing poems, Travelling
Non Profit Club Memberships: XXXX

References are available upon request.

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Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı Hayatı İngilizce

Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı (born Hüseyin Cahit on October 4, 1910 – October 13, 1956) Turkish poet and author
Tarancı belonged to a well known clan family of Diyarbekir like his father Pirinççizâde Bekir Sıdkı and his uncle Pirinççizâde Aziz Feyzi. Tarancı finished his secondary education in St. Joseph High School, then graduated from Galatasaray Lisesi in Istanbul. After Tarancı finished high school, he continued his education in the School of Political Sciences in Istanbul between the years 1931 and 1935. Then he left for Paris,to study in the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, but he had to return to Turkey without completing his education in the wake of World War II in 1940.


From 1944 on, he worked as a translator in the state-owned news agency Anadolu Ajansı, the Turkish Grain Board (TMO) and the Ministry of Labor.[3]

In 1951, he married Cavidan Tınaz. Following a severe illness in 1954, he became paralyzed. As the treatment of his health problem did not succeed in Turkey, he was taken to Vienna, Austria. He died on October 13, 1956 in a hospital there. His body was brought to Turkey and was laid to rest at the Cebeci Asri Cemetery in Ankara.

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