RPA/Blue Prism Developer
"Why stay in the same line when you can switch, you can steer left or right, but most of all, you can GROW."
Translator and Interpreter. L1 Support Engineer. RPA Developer. These 3 roles describe my career, from my first day in Accenture, until now. How did I get from a background in Linguistics to developing BOTS, well, I took the chance that Accenture has offered me, and I made the best of it.
The first role was in my backpack when I arrived in the Accenture family. The second, was my first role in Accenture and the third is my current one. But the spark lies between 2 and 3.
As a senior RPA Developer, I'm in charge with developing automation solutions, maintaining these bots and aligning with the global team. I'm working closely with the other developers, trying to share the solutions I find whenever I encounter difficult situations.
During my journey in Accenture I understood that you have the opportunity to learn a lot, but most of all, learn a lot from others. The support I received here has helped me to switch from a Support Engineer role to a Developer role.
Now, I'm not only the person being called when there is an issue, but the person who oversees designing ideas, building bots, whose opinion matters when an automation opportunity is being analyzed. Last but not least, I'm paying forward what I received, therefore I'm helping others in their learning and development process.
Internship Mentor. Buddy. Hackathon Mentor. Hackathon Participant. Career Counselor. Hour of Code Teacher. Hackathon Juror. Coordinator. Volunteer. By driving up and forth through these roles I found a place where I'm constantly growing, feel appreciated, where I receive the support I need, a dynamic environment where I learn something new every day, a place where I can be myself.
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One day in my life may seem chaotic for others, because I'm generally a person who gets involved in many activities at the same time. Besides my daily tasks I'm also helping my team members to solve the different blocking points they have and constantly trying to find better and optimized solutions for the existing ones.
Learning new things is also on my daily To Do list, so I'm working on that even it's for one hour or 5 minutes per day, learning a new technology or preparing for a certification exam.
I'm making time to meet with my team, my counselees or to join the ongoing CSR activities.
Outside working hours, I ride my motorcycle, hike on mountain trails, run, whether on my own or in different running competitions, walk as much as I can and involve in different charity campaigns like building houses for less fortunate families.
“I've always sought for the NEW, seeking new OPPORTUNITIES and challenging myself.”
Learn. Grow. Adapt.
Learn continuously. Learn from mistakes. Learn from others. Just never stop learning.
Opportunities may be disguised in challenges, uncertainty and fear of new.
But if you constantly learn, you will grow and always adapt so nothing will stand in your way.