Marija Petrovic

Virtual Assistant
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Age 39
Location Belgrade, Serbia
Status Available


I am an outstanding team player but I am not afraid to take the bull by the horns. I try to be as independent as possible within my scope of work, and consider myself to be a self-starter. I am curious and love to learn, particularly about new tools that can ease and accelerate task performances. I am fluent in English, and keep brushing up my German.

What am I searching for in a company?

Flexibility and independence. Good and helpful colleagues. Athmosphere where we can grow together and be each other's guides and mentors.

Work history

Public Primary School Vuk Karadzic, Surcin, Belgrade

Substitute English Teacher /TESL/ - Teaching children of the age of 8 to 11 - Preparation of tests, examination papers, and exercises and provision of appropriate feedback on oral and written work - Organisation and involvement in social and cultural activities such as sports competitions, school parties, dinners and excursions - Managed to become “favourite teacher” January 2017 - January 2018 (1 year )

Harrisons Solicitors

Secretary, Receptionist in a Law Firm - Provision of administrative support to the Principal and lawyers by facilitating smooth communication between them, and other internal or external parties and logistics to meetings and event organization - Performance of any other related duties and special project tasks (phones answering, RSVPs, restaurant reservations, sending, receiving and distributing faxes, hosting clients (serving drinks), travel management - coordinating travel and visa arrangements, preparing travel reports and working closely with hotel concierges, drink orders and office stationary orders, photocopying and scanning, formatting various documents from the Microsoft Office family, document binding, DHL organizing, sending and receiving post, organizing courier and hand deliveries, unofficial translations of legal documents and other types of texts for employees and clients) - Establishing order in internal communication system in relation to meetings and utilisation of the board rooms - Paralegal – logistics regarding preparation of various documents such as bids, agreements, submissions, index – lists, etc. - Translations of legal documents (unofficial) and proofreading February 2011 - now (13 years 2 months)

Marks and Spencer

Store Supervisor - Responsible and accountable for the management of an area within the Store (Net Store Area 702 m2) - Administration of documents and communication with accountants and shippers - Managed and developed a team of staff to give the highest standards of service to the customers - Managed staff, merchandise, and space to promote a high standard of service October 2007 - February 2011 (3 years 4 months)

Eucom d.o.o. (LLC)

Secretary - General office and administrative tasks such as answering phones, greeting visitors, RSVPs, travel arrangements - Unofficial translations of documents and relevant reports - Organisation of company’s advertisements through major web portals and placing ads in newspapers and magazines October 2005 - September 2006 (11 months)

Language School Content

English Teacher /TESL/ - Teaching adults whose first or main language is not English on elementary, pre-intermediate and advanced levels - Classroom management by way planning, preparing and delivering lessons to a range of classes and groups and preparation of tests, examination papers, and exercises - Devising, writing and producing new materials, including audio and visual resources; June 2003 - June 2004 (1 year )


Arabic Language and Literature

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology 1998 - 2010

Project portfolio

Image for Marija Petrovic's project Project Trinity

Project Trinity



Cambridge English Language Assessment Part of the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
C2 Proficiency (Certificate of Proficiency in English)


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School of Transitional Justice, Humanitarian Law Centre, Belgrade
2012 School of Transitional Justice is an informal syllabus showcasing instruments for facing war depleted past. The participants attend lectures and learn about the facts established during court cases before the ICTY (International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia), as well as national courts for war crimes, out-of-court mechanisms for establishing the facts on crimes in the past, violations of human rights, and victims of those crimes, as well as their right to war indemnity, including contribution of archives and media in the process of establishing the truth and responsibility, culture and conflict of remembrance in the process of reconciliation in the post-conflict and transitional societies.