Projects

Projects

EPAM, working for a Swiss global financial services company
Project role Delivery Manager
Duration March 2017 —
Participation I am working as the Delivery Manager. I’m responsible for project and capacity planning, effort estimation, team coordination, incident management, stakeholder management, cost controlling, staffing, vendor management, etc.
EPAM, working for a Swiss global financial services company
Project role Project Manager
Duration July 2016 — February 2017
Participation I worked as a Project Manager. My main tasks were planning, estimation, coordination, incident management, tracking.
EPAM, working for a Swiss global financial services company
Project role Transition Manager
Duration August 2015 — June 2016
Participation I worked as a Transition Manager being responsible for the knowledge transition of business analysis and development. I planned the knowledge transfer of different roles for individuals, I participated in the employee selection and onboarding process, I facilitated the knowledge transition and also helped the new joiners’ integration.
EPAM, working for a Swiss global financial services company
Project role Test Manager, Business Analysis Lead, Scrum Master
Duration April 2014 — July 2015
Participation First I was responsible for leading the business/test analysis stream within a team. I was analysing business processes, documenting the results of my analysis, creating and executing test cases, capturing outcome. I was also acting as a Scrum Master. Later I worked as a Test Manager for two teams. I organised the work of the teams, created reports for management, participated in meetings, workshops, and coordinated the testing activities across Business and IT.
EPAM, working for a Swiss global financial services company
Project role Onshore Analyst
Duration March 2012 — April 2014
Participation I worked on a multi-year, multi-location programme as an Onshore Analyst. I created the technical product backlog and led the estimation process of the programme level epics to understand the size of the programme and the separate milestones. I was responsible for creating and maintaining the programme roadmap too. I defined common techniques, best practices, standard processes for all Scrum teams (5 teams in Kiev, 3 teams in Budapest, 1 team in Zurich, 1 team in London, 1 team in Jersey City). I also managed the programme level portfolio and the team level backlogs in Rally. I gained experience in the full FX trade life cycle, including confirmation, matching, and settlement process. My main focus was on the settlement part: account to account settlement (book transfer), and external payment (gross settlement). I participated in and coordinated front to back testing activities from trade entry to accounting. I also worked on monitoring and risk mitigation areas of the programme. I worked directly with 4 Scrum teams and 5 Business Analysts in the same time.
EPAM, working on a pilot project
Project role Product Owner, Business Analyst
Duration January 2012 — March 2012
Participation As a preparation for the upcoming assignment, to build a Scrum team and to practice the technology stack, I worked on a pilot project. Our Scrum team started the development from scratch. I was responsible for creating user stories as a Business Analyst, and also to act as a Product Owner. I wrote the user stories according to behavior-driven development principles, and I supported the project by creating a functional wireframe and creative designs.
EPAM, working for an online hotel booking company
Project role Technical Product Manager
Duration February 2011 — December 2011
Participation I worked as a Technical Product Manager with two Scrum teams. I created and maintained user stories, answered questions from the Scrum teams, scheduled and forecasted delivery of features. I was a focal point for multiple 3rd party companies on behalf of the client.
EPAM, working for a talent management IT company
Project role Functional Architect
Duration March 2010 — December 2010
Participation I worked as a Functional Architect with co-located developers and testers, and also with onshore Functional and Technical Architects and other stakeholders. I supported the offshore Scrum teams; participated in analysis, design, documentation, planning; accessibility analysis according to Section 508. I was a focal point for 3rd party systems’ integration on behalf of the client.
Shell, working on the GSAP Loyalty project for 11 European countries
Project role Business Analyst
Duration June 2008 — March 2010
Participation I worked as a Business Analyst on an international project. The global SAP migration and integration was done from country to country, including DACH region, Netherlands, Italy, Turkey, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia. My responsibility was to handle each country’s individual project from the starting with the requirement elicitation, documentation, management; continuing with supporting the development and testing; until the deployment and the stabilization. My main tasks were introducing a global SAP solution to replace the country specific accounting systems; collecting and documenting the as-is and to-be scenarios for the business processes; inventing the to-be scenario for the IT processes.
IBM, working in the GLS support team for EMEA countries
Project role 2nd level support, consultant
Duration August 2007 — April 2008
Participation I worked as a Process Analyst in a multi-located 2nd level support team. I was responsible for investigations, incident management, resolving or escalating the issues related to an order management system in the logistics area. I also participated in multiple projects as a consultant.