My name’s Alejandro Jose Sanchez Parra (quite long, eh? They are actually 2 names and 2 last names) and I currently live in Italy but I was born and raised in Venezuela.
I started working at OTGS in October 2018 and have loved every moment since. This job is full of challenges and constantly pushes me to improve myself, both as a person and professionally, which is exactly the best part of it for me!
I currently cover the following roles:
Back in 2018, I was hired to work as a 1st tier Support technician for WPML. This meant that I’d help users of the plugin solve their problems and answer their questions.
I loved this job from day 1 because it involved 2 areas that I really like: IT and helping people (customer service). Every single client has been a growth opportunity for me; some cases are easy to handle, others are not so much, others are super particular but each one was unique and taught me something new (and it still does).
I love what I do. It used to be my hobby to build sites and improve them and that hobby has slowly turned into a career (I’m a very lucky person!). This means that I have and will continue to challenge myself to always improve what I do.
I always try to get feedback from people: Tips, suggestions, advice, anything that I could use to improve or implement to help me grow.
I had the best trainer from day one for my support role (and I’ll always be super grateful for this): Vincenzo Carrubba.
He trained me very well so I could start this new role with everything I needed to know. From the very beginning, he gave me such good tips and suggestions on how to improve, that I immediately tried to implement them on every task I’m presented (and still try).
When Vin was promoted to Systems I was super lucky to take over his duties as Team Leader which was my first promotion within OTGS.
After a while I was also offered the opportunity to train new hires, and I have to thank Amit for that since he saw something in me that I would never have even thought about seeing (let alone do). I took on the challenge and tried to improve. To do that I seek advice from my fellow trainers Lauren and Andrés, awesome guys who fill that position with pride and so much knowledge.
A few months after that last new assignment I was offered another one: Taking charge of the entire training system which was another nice milestone for me.
Through the entire journey I have learned so much and what I believe lead up to what I do today was:
The advice i’d give to people is:
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