I am 30 years old. For a long time I have been immensely fascinated by any kind of modern technology. To the extent that I absolutely had to understand how it works and how it can be optimized.
Diverse skills distinguish me. This allows me to be of use in many different ways and to bring those strengths to bear in a wide variety of positions and teams.
I am able to adapt flexibly to changing situations. Unexpected changes as well as new challenges do not overwhelm me. On the contrary — I am open to change.
I’ve proven to be good with responsibility before and I like to take it. It makes me incredibly proud to be able to do responsible work — and to earn the trust that is necessary for it.
Working in a team where the strengths of each individual can be utilized and whose collective results benefit a common goal is something I have always appreciated in my professional life, and something I strive for every day. It is my firm belief that a functioning team far surpasses the accomplishments of any one individual.
I know a thing or two about technology. An innate drive makes me want to test every new technology, every new (and old, for that matter) generation of hardware and software, and acquire a certain fluency with it. This allows me to react flexibly to technical challenges and to identify and fix application problems as well as technical errors. At the same time, it allows me to recognize and subsequently overcome limitations of software and hardware.
It is my motivation that pushes me every day to overcome challenges. My motivation allows me to handle many and responsible tasks quickly and thoroughly.
Ultimately, it is the goal that we want to achieve. Prioritizing and organizing the work so that it leads to this goal is crucial. To do this, I direct my focus in the direction of the goal — and constantly re-evaluate priorities.
I look back on a demonstrated history of over 12 years of working in different positions in the electrical and electronic manufacturing industry. Below you will find a brief overview of the career positions I have held in.
At Nexperia, the global expert in essential semiconductors, I have been given
the opportunity to pursue higher education studies alongside an exciting and
The subject of industrial engineering and business management is characterized by a high degree of interdisciplinarity. It combines the technical and scientific aspects of engineering with the economic and legal aspects of business management.
I was responsible for production planning and oversight, including conducting feasibility analyses, planning capacities and optimizing processes. I provided R&D support, transferred and supervised projects and integrated in-circuit testing procedures. Additionally, I evaluated production stages, managed in-house systems and was in charge of the communication with customers and suppliers in USA and APAC.
In the new building project for the creation of 4,700 m2 of new floor space for Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, I was responsible for the commissioning of switchgear, the parameterization of lighting control systems and the training of employees.
I started my professional career with an apprenticeship as an Electronic Systems Technician. Core competencies include electronics and power engineering for buildings as well as automation systems and programming of control systems. During my apprenticeship, I specialized in particular in building automation and power electronics.