ID: 936

Olga G.

Lead generation manager

Full time price:
Most used skills and tools:
Data analysisData EntryData SearchEnglish languageMS ExcelFrench languageGoogle DocsGoogle SheetsMS OfficeMS PowerPoint


Hello! My name is Olga. I’m from Donetsk, Ukraine. Previously I worked for different translation agencies. I did translations and interpretations, text editing, and proofreading. Sometimes it was difficult to set priorities when I had to fulfill several tasks at the same time. But I did my best to submit everything on time. I tackled the hardest tasks first and then tasks that required less effort. Now I’m looking for new job opportunities that will help develop myself personally and professionally. I’m always enthusiastic about learning new things and about undertaking new challenges. I’m reliable and hardworking with a keen eye for details and a creative approach to everything I do. I’m confident working independently as well, as a part of a team. I like to learn from people around me who have different skills and could inspire me to become better. My main principles are to do exactly what makes me happy and to appreciate everything I have in life.
I’m looking forward to becoming a part of your team. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Work experience

Remote Helpers
Lead Generation Manager
January 2021 — present
Attracting customers through social networks, lead generation in Linkedln, communication with customers, providing information about the company.
Junior Lead Generation Manager
November 2020 — January 2021
Work with present and potential customers, search for new clients in social networks, negotiation with customers, planning advertisement and its posting.
Translation agency
December 2018 — November 2020
Execution of written translations of articles and websites of various topics; translation and localization of websites; writing unique content in Russian and English; proofreading and editing; interpreting at negotiations and business meetings; business correspondence.


Horlivka Institute for Foreign Languages
English philology
September 2003 — June 2008