Senior Test Lead (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 August 2014
1. Engaging in Scrum meetings 2. Planning and assigning test related task to Test Engineers 3. Reviewing new feature document 4. Creating Test Plan, Test Strategies and Test Suites 5. Collaborating automation test team
Finance Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 June 2013
This job requests both accounting, finance knowledge/skills and up to date understanding to business practice and new technologies. To provide accurate finance forecast, this job need to follow big project progress and pipeline managment closely. Required effective communicate with business team on daily basis. To provide solid finance analysis, this role need to have strong skills of data mananagment and problem solving.Support business growth wtih limited budget resources is the hardest part of this job, but it is also the most enjoyable part of the job, it needs finance people to show the talent of professional and business.
Lead Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – UAE – 15 April 2013
True professional, fun and passionate Meetings, presentations, Emails, workshops and designs Management varies Hardest part is time management and pressure management Best part is closing multi-million dollar deals
Enterprise / Java / Business Intelligence / Data Warehousing / E-Commerce
IT Project Manager / IT Analyst (Former Employee) – CA – 15 March 2013
Forward-thinking and value-driven professional with a progressive career path consist of over 10 years of experience in Information Technology with emphasis on Business Analysis and Application Development. Instrumental in advancing time-sensitive initiatives through expert leadership of teams and processes, with a reputation for developing innovative solutions that address both immediate and long- team goals. Skilled communicator, relationship-builder with ability to translate objectives and serve as a vital partner to clients and organizational leaders. Administer cross functional teams leading to increased leadership responsibilities.
Sr. Project Manager (contractor) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 February 2013
Cisco Canada is really a great place to work at. I've been working there for almost 1 1/2 years as a contractor in AS SP team managing the deployment of 3G SGSN/ 4G LTE network for two major Canadian wireless operators. The atmosphere in the office is very friendly. Most of the co-workers I've dealt with are very open-minded and are easy to deal with. I really enjoy working with them. I wish I could be able to work there for many years... but, unfortunately, all projects have their beginnings and their ends.
Productive place with video conference system. Very good family benefits.
Customer Service Specialist Advocate (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 20 June 2012
At first it was Scientific Atlanta and then Cisco. I can not stress enough how exiting and challenging my job was at SA and Cisco. I loved working for both SA and Cisco because both companies were committed and loyal to their customers. Cisco Systems is very fast technology growing company and it has very rewording programs for their employees.
My management was extremely hallepful in my accomplishments to gain customers loyalty.
The most enjoyable part of my job was when I received thank you notes from my customers after I managed to provide last minute service to their clients.
The hardest part of the job was when I left the company