Moscow Trade Fair Translator Yulia Pen.

Moscow Trade Fair Translator Yulia Pen.
Moscow Trade Fair Translator Yulia Pen.

Based in Moscow, Russia


2004 – 2009 Title of qualification awarded: linguist, interpreter
Russian State Social University (Institution of Higher Education)


July 2008 – up to the present day
Freelance interpreter and business assistant at different events.
Responsibilities: interpreting and assisting at international exhibitions, negotiations, meetings, conferences and other events. E.g.: “Furniture 2010”, “Lesdrevmash 2010”; “Junwex 2012”, “Wire Russia 2013” , “Rosmould 2013”, “Automechanika-MIMS 2013”, “FlowersExpo 2013-2017”, “World Food Moscow 2013, 2015”, “Textillegprom (Textilexpo) 2013”, “Interlight 2013”, “MetalExpo”, “Intercharm 2012-2018”, “Skrepka Expo”, “ClimateExpo 2019”, “HeliRussia 2014-2017”, “MAKS 2019”, “Interplastica 2018”, “Prodexpo 2014-2020”, “Mosbuild 2014-2017”, “Stone Expo 2018”, “MosShoes 2018”, “Euroshoes 2018”, “MITT 2016-2018”, etc.
FIFA Football World Cup 2018: interpreter for a delegation from Qatar.
Hostess and interpreter at: Ice hockey World Cup (May, 6-22, 2016) held in Moscow, VIP zone; Gazprom export’s birthday party 35 years (2008); reception of Russian Railways and Spanish company Talgo in 2013; Rise Up Summit 2019 – working with a leading expert of an American company Click Funnels, and a lot of promotional events of different companies such as Red Bull, etc.
Guide and group coordinator in Moscow for Dutch flower growers in March 2014-2018, tourists from Europe, Latin America, the USA and Asia.

April 2012 – March 2013
LLC Choron Diamond. Translator/interpreter of English.
Responsibilities: translating documents (legal, business, marketing, economics, jewellery, etc.) and interpreting at exhibitions (e.g. “Junwex 2012”) and meetings.

November 2011 – April 2012
Group of companies Nikita (Russian Telecommunications Company). Business Assistant to CEO.
Responsibilities: working closely with CEO; implementing administrative tasks (ordering supplies, sorting mail, handling incoming calls, greeting visitors, updating paperwork); booking tickets, hotels; providing organizational services; assisting in preparing reports; participating in meetings and keeping notes.

13th July – 13th November 2011
Embassy of Canada. Immigration and Visa Section. Immigration Program Processing Clerk. Responsibilities: visitor and immigration visa data processing in CAIPS and GCMS.

March 2011 – April 2011
Awataha Marae Incorporated, Auckland, New Zealand. Intern, volunteer.
Responsibilities: conduct research for the engagement of Maori networks and local community groups for a Sports Academe project, investigate the impacts of technology on sports today, with special focus on New Zealand, make a research on Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2011, organize Awataha Festival 2011. I have written an executive summary and have taken part in creating a business plan for the Awataha Festival 2011 (including screenings of RWC 2011).

October, 2009 – May 2011
EF English First CIS, Moscow, Russia, teacher of English.
Responsibilities: teaching all age groups: children (6-12), teenagers (13-19), adults (20-65), starting from Beginner up to Upper-Intermediate levels (using communicative approach, songs, videos, books, PowerPoint presentations, Internet sites); Business Course (from Elementary up to Upper-intermediate levels); KET and PET courses for teenagers; individual students.

December 2008 – June 2009
Investment company ZAO (CJSC) “Link capital”, CEO Assistant.
Responsibilities: greeting (foreign) guests, dealing with mini-ATS, office equipment; translating, interpreting, writing and answering letters both in English and in Russian, office management, booking tickets and hotels.

August 2007 – August 2008
Grammar school # 1573, teacher of Spanish and English.
Responsibilities: teaching children and teenagers (10-16 years old), using communicative approach, songs, books, PowerPoint presentations, Internet sites.

Special course(s):
2002-2004 English courses in Diplomatic Academy (Ministry for foreign affairs), Moscow, Russia. Certificate.
August 2008 Spain, Granada, I got a grant for 2 weeks of Spanish classes (Enforex) in
Spain. Certificate. Spanish4you organized the competition.


Languages: Russian (mother tongue), English (advanced C1), Spanish (intermediate B1), Italian (beginner A1)

Social and organizational skills:
Fast learner, excellent organizational and communication skills, coordinating and presenting information, following procedures and instructions, working well in a team, teaching and training, open to new experience, ready to challenges, open minded.

Computer skills:
Good command of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Google tools, Outlook, Internet,

Foreign languages, career opportunities, new challenges, yoga, traveling, reading, dancing, music, movies, healthy lifestyle.