My main role in every project i was involved in, was to lead the team, to give their best and achieve goals in a comfortable environment, giving example of how to try being a better person each day, meanwhile we put effort on being better professionals.
Project Manager and more...
I led every aspect of each project, from concept or idea, to design of the user experience (UX Architecture), mock ups, documentation for designers and programmers, distribution of tasks in an Agile Development environment for continuous deployment, control of milestones identifying problems ahead of time knowing very well how each person involved worked, i was leading scrums, quality control of tickets solved and review of "will not fix" and closed ones too.
In every project we've made, i was the main Copywriter (Spanish and English), and worked with the Content Creators and the SEO, to achieve goals on traffic and then conversions, so called "Inbound-Marketing".
I was a Community Manager even before that role was created, and managed a team of Community Managers selected by myself, to lead our communities, training them on how to communicate correctly with people to keep them loving our network, and making more effective any future call to action on those users.
Every server we used was installed and managed by me, i was the main Sysadmin (System Administrator) working with our C.T.O to improve efficiency on how the code and database usage, was impacting servers on high availability scenarios. I managed almost every aspect of servers from installation, configuration, security (general sec. config, DDOS attacks, change control, access control, monitorization, backups), and everything needed to keep servers delivering.
I used to go twice a day through the servers per years, which gave me an enormous amount of experience on how to detect problems, and know where this problems came from.
Monetizing (Controlling our Team and the Ad Companies)
Through the whole life of the projects i was on charge of talking with the ad companies to get better deals, to retrieve the code to be used, and to control the impact that each change on the project could have on the money it was made with each ad company, as many time changes on a Website or Application used to lead to wrong visibility of ads and keeping track of this changes were essential to avoid loosing money, and correct problems on time. Sometimes problems were due to the ad company, like having slow servers that affected our relationship with Search Engines and users, or wrong code delivered, and sometimes were due to our servers or code, so having the ability to isolate the problem was also essential to take the correct decision on time and avoid looses.
Human Resources (Hiring, Training, Supporting)
All the key role personnel was selected, trained and inspired by me to love what they were doing and shift expectations, also worked hard always to keep communication in good standards, and respect for each other. In a cross-cultural team, with people from several countries that could not even see each other, it was always a challenge, but i always kept them working flawlessly and reaching goals.
After the death of my young mother and father the same year in 2012, one year later, in 2013, i went out of business for 2 years because of depression, on that time i kept studying about Mobile Apps specially PhoneGap (Cordova) and some frameworks like Ionic, on what i think is the future of Mobile Apps which is "no native apps", and learning also about new server technology for distributed teams and fast delivery of servers, Vagrant, Puppets and others..., came back to the game again few months ago, willing to be involved in something new, and share my knowledge and expertise.
Will you let me be part of your team?