FAQ About Check me out!
My experience as a SAP Functional Analyst, where I had to be the middle guy between the development team and the business end users, alongside my ESL teaching experience, where my goal is all about helping others succeed. Add to that my Full Stack developer knowledge, and you can tick requirement number 1.
P.S. You can check my GitHub profile as evidence of my knowledge (that includes NodeJs): https://matiasarieldiez.github.io/#hero
7+ years of experience translating business needs into functional and technical designs. And the other way around. Providing workshops to train end users in the use of our software (SAP) by creating interactive and easy-to-understand training material. You can go ahead and tick requirement number 2
A hospitality hero with experience in hotel reception or reservations. You know the ropes, and now you're ready to conquer the digital realm!
While I haven't specifically tackled hotel reception or reservations, my background brings strong customer service and adaptability skills to the mix. I'm confident enough that both my hard and soft skills will help me harness these skills to prove myself worthy. Ready to tick this item when you are.
I can't stress enough how much of a multitasking industry I've grown up and unfolded in. IT? You'd be aware of its multitasking nature. Hospitality and retail? Coffee shops, commercial kitchens, massive warehouses... a little bit here, a little bit there. 24/7 multitasking, yet delivering customer experience at its best
My job as a Business Analyst turned me into a spreadsheet whiz. Seriously, my life is a spreadsheet extravaganza: got the grocery list sorted by store prices, income vs. expenses dialled in, taxes on lockdown, budgeting's a breeze, and savings are neatly goal-oriented organized. You name it, I've got a spreadsheet for it, keeping my day-to-day life in check.
And let's talk reinvention, not being daunted by new challenges, and constant willingness to learn. I've practically written the book on it. Moved to new countries, learned new languages and cultures, hopped industries, and kept the learning train rolling with fresh diplomas and even a coding bootcamp. If that doesn't tick the "impressive" box, well, it's a real head-scratcher.