To whom it may concern,
I am a fully qualified architect graduated in the Higher Technical School of Architecture, University of Seville, Spain, in 2011 with a comprehensive academic and professional background.
During the last two years of my graduation I was working as a part time architect as well as an university researcher while was still developing my final university project. This gave me the opportunity to gain valuable office and on-site experience. I have also participated in architectural design competitions in architecture and city-planning fields as part of a work team such as “Health center in Jerez” (Cadiz) and “Business school in Ecija” (Seville). Not only I have designed, managed and executed those projects but also I’ve maintained a close ongoing relationship with clients.
I have a solid work experience, both in architecture and structures design. I have had the opportunity to coordinate logistics and activities with suppliers and on-site teams during my work on the project of “203 homes in the airport area of Seville”. Thanks to my training in Spain, I am also qualified for facilities planning.
I have got a great initiative and passion for architecture. I work extremely well in a team and can easily adapt to different environments. I consider myself to be a very active and energetic person, always looking for new challenges. I am a precise, organized and proactive professional who is available to travel or to work abroad.
On my spare time, I like to practice cycling and outdoor activities like hiking and climbing. I am very fond of water sports such as rowing, sailing and swimming. I have been involved in AWF (architects without frontiers) as a volunteer member organizing courses to promote equitable and sustainable human development.
Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Sevilla (ETSAS), Sevilla, ES, MArch, Plan 98