Stephania Cozma-Iosip

Junior RPA Developer

Bucharest, Romania

"If you want to fly, give up everything that weighs you down and focus on the step that is in front of you, not the whole staircase."

What I do

Junior RPA Developer, student, and volunteer - these are the three roles that keep me busy every day. Accenture is the company through which I entered the labor market and got my first full-time job. The road to employment was built from many hours of study in the field of Cybernetics, but I strongly claim that volunteering taught me how to introduce myself and then how to present my work in a unique way.

I always loved science, but I have not neglected the artistic part, because what can be better than a play after a day full of math’s? But there is a difference between visualizing art and making art. So, I use my creativity in the processes that I have to automate as a Developer, and I am looking for efficiency and uniqueness.

Finally, I am guided by the idea that I was not brought into this universe to live alone, so I try to offer all kinds of support to those around me while testing automation.

Accenture gives me the chance to be productive, feel important, and grow in the most favorable way. I never thought that I would want the working day to last more than eight hours, not to leave the environment that satisfies me and learn something new every day.

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A day in my life

A day in my life starts with a hearty breakfast and good music in the background. I am the type of person who does not waste time on boredom and seeks to surround myself with people most of the time.

In addition to the daily tasks on the project, I try to make my mark somewhere every day. A smile sent to someone at the right time honestly shared advice, and a helping hand in exchange for nothing make me feel better every day.

The working day ends but continues with volunteer activities, socializing and meetings with friends. In winter, we go skiing. In summer, we enjoy hiking and cycling, but a good book read in a hammock is food for the soul regardless of the weather.

"After some research, I now know what makes me feel fulfilled, and I try to do a bit every day. Nothing should stop you too."

My advice

First, find what you like doing and what you are good at. Use what you found out and look for a mentor that could transfer his knowledge and then mark your way through the world. You have one life. It’s yours, so make it count.

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