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Enrique Cavalitto
Engineer, translator and certified PM

La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Local time: 10:49 ART (GMT-3)

Native in: Spanish (Variant: Latin American) Native in Spanish
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Jun 24, 2018 (posted via  Translating a nice article on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) ...more, + 6 other entries »
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In the 40 years after I graduated as an Engineer I worked in a shipyard, created and managed for 7 years my own industrial automation company and later represented in Argentina some global leaders in the measurement industry.

Towards the end of the 20th century I started a second career as a project manager, including post-degree studies at the Universidad de Belgrano. In 2005 I became a Project Management Professional (PMP) certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI). I worked as a PM for Siemens, and later I managed the operation of a software company.

I also got a post-degree title on Statistics applied to decision making (3 semesters).

In 2006 I joined as an employee, and helped create and manage its Argentine branch Argentina SRL. This exciting relationship lasted until my retirement at the end of 2017.

Between 2011 and 2015 I managed the translation operation of Translators without Borders, a period where throughput was expanded 20x. I served for three years in this worthy organization's board of directors.

Happily married to a translator, and being much in love with anything related to languages, I became a technical translator, an activity I happily kept in the back-burner for some 20 years. Now, after retiring from other tasks, the time for focusing fully on translation has finally arrived.

I am a good writer in Spanish, love translating and have a very solid theoretical and practical experience in technical issues. I work with MemoQ.

I am willing to work for a few carefully chosen clients on a win-win relationship.
Keywords: technical translator, technical translation, engineering, engineer, project manager, project management, PMP, electrical, electronic, automation, IT, communications, manufacturing

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