- Montreal, Canada
- July 5, 2022
I am a Brazilian Accounting student scheduled to graduate in Dec/2023. I have already had some experiences in large Brazilian and multinational organizations. I worked for 2 years in a Brazilian bank called Bradesco in the purchasing department where I had the opportunity to work with supplier management managing some KPIs, analyzing supplier audit reports, as well as elaborating a supplier risk level for the organization. After this period I had another incredible experience in a Swiss bank, UBS Bank, where I worked in the finance department with the accounting team and was able to put into practice everything I learned in college, as well as learn many other things that we do not learn in academia. At UBS Bank I helped with the daily bookkeeping, accounting closing, payroll review, control of fixed assets, consolidation of financial statements, bank reconciliations, etc.
Before these experiences, even before entering university I also worked in large multinational companies such as Capgemini and Stefanini IT Solutions, internships and full time in IT, since during my high school years I also did a technical course in IT.
I am an extremely flexible guy and I learn everything very easily, I always seek to work with passion and I try to automate my work routine as much as possible. I am passionate about spreadsheets, agendas, organizational applications like Trello, etc.
I came to Montreal for an exchange program with an academic merit scholarship from my university (the best university in Latin America, USP - University of São Paul) and after finishing I decided to extend my stay in this amazing country that is Canada. I am currently starting another College in Business with an expected completion date of 2023, while I complete my undergraduate degree (only one online subject) and obtain my Accounting degree. I really want to enter the Canadian job market and make a career here. You can be sure that I will always give my best and I am available for possible interviews.
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