Uber Test Autonomy Analyst Resume Example

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David Richie

Date of birth: 1999-11-09
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I am detail oriented, can provide quality feedback, and work easily and effectively on a team. I have extensive graphic design and video production experience that would be applicable to this role (plus it sounds like something I'd really like to do).

I think my skillset and experience would be an excellent for the Label Production Specialist role at Uber Pittsburgh.

Work experience

07/2015 - 07/2017, Educational Technology Coordinator and AP Computer Science Instructor, Seoul International School, South Korea, Seoul
  • Leads high quality, web-based, and in-person professional development workshops and individual trainings
  • Lead on-boarding and setup process for new staff and effectively communicate ultimate understanding of software systems and uses to employees
  • Elicits software and learning technology requirements through stakeholder engagement, data analysis, and interviews.
  • Manages organization's Wordpress-based website
  • Administrator of Learning Management System and Student Information System. Develops online and written training materials.
  • Created and directs Technology Committee which seeks to provide stakeholder input on institution-wide tech goals and focuses.
  • Rigorous, learner-centered AP Computer Science Java instructor to high-performing students in a blended learning environment.
  • Planning and producing high-quality communications materials such as social media posts, videos, and photos.
03/2011 - 06/2013, Peace Corps Information and Communications Technology Volunteer, United States Peace Corps, Dominican Republic
  • Coordinated the production of a 10 episode soap opera for teenagers that taught about HIV / AIDS prevention and is currently utilized nation-wide in the Dominican Republic.
  • Successfully wrote and solicited grants in excess of $40,000 and established strategic partnerships with local and international NGOs including USAID and Population Services International.
  • Developed a diversified curriculum to accompany episodes with interactive lessons and activities.
  • Built capacity among local youth to promote and facilitate the soap opera program to community members, schools, local governments, and USAID.
  • Led professional development for teachers in rural communities in using computers and technology in classrooms.
06/2013 - 07/2015, Director of FIRST Robotics Program and Technology Integration Specialist, The Carol Morgan School, Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo
  • FIRST Robotics Main Mentor who coordinated the finances, trainings, fundraising, and logistics of annual robotics program and competition.
  • Learning Management System administrator
  • Led students and staff on international trip to compete at FIRST event in United States.
  • Fundraised over $150,000 for the robotics program from local businesses and private donors.
  • Presented at international education conference in San Jose, Costa Rica on increasing involvement of girls in STEM through community-based robotics programs.
  • Developed a community-based computer science outreach program for the FIRST program at Carol Morgan School.
2009 - 2011, Development & Programming Intern, Global Solutions Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
  • Worked with the programming coordinator to plan events and manage logistics.
  • Fundraised and solicited in kind donations from local businesses.
  • Led a redevelopment of the organization's website and branding.
  • Crafted direct email marketing and print pieces as needed.
2009 - 2011, Marketing & Graphic Design Intern, Duquesne University Career Services, Pittsburgh
  • Worked with the Career Service Counselors to develop marketing and promotional materials for ongoing programs.
  • Assisted with the planning and execution of campus events.
  • Worked with University marketing department to establish clear branding guidelines.


2015, Professional Teaching Certification, Florida Department of Education
2016, Google Certified Educator Level 1 and 2, Google


2010 - 2011, Master of Science, Media Arts and Technology, Duquesne University

Web development concentration

2005 - 2010, Bachelor of Arts, English Literature and International Relations, Cum Laude, Duquesne University


House Maintnance
Making Drama
Position Overview:

Test Autonomy Analyst

Test Autonomy Analysts are technical professionals who work within a team that is responsible for analyzing – in the case of a ride-hailing company – driving events which have been encountered by its vehicles on the roads. They construct simulations that can be replicated in software, along with a system which communicates with the rest of the Autonomy Team. As a Test Autonomy Analyst, you could work directly with Autonomy or software engineers to fully understand and build situations that can happen in real life. For this role, it is necessary to have a great technical and mathematical aptitude, as well as be a good listener. Lots of the information you’ll work with will come from another person!

Company Overview:

One of the most successful start-up companies ever, UBER was the first major ride-hailing application published on sites like the App Store or Google Play. It has quickly become a unicorn, a startup worth more than a billion dollars, and keeps developing further to this day. They take on big problems to help their drivers, customers, and now even delivery partners to keep moving in over 600 cities worldwide. Along with working for a company which created the shared economy, UBER’s workers enjoy free rides and orders. Due to the changing nature of policies at the company, the work could get stressful, but it shouldn’t be too much for someone truly devoted to their profession.

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How to write your own Test Autonomy Analyst resume?

1. Describe previous work experience in detail 

Being any kind of analyst requires one to know what in the world they are analyzing. It is important to know what individual factors and variables represent, what the correct way to augment them is, and how one talks about this entire process to communicate everything to colleagues.

Recruiters are looking for someone who knows their way around the field, meaning they are looking for a well-rounded technical expert. A method with which you may be able to express this about yourself is describing your previous work experience in really technical depth. Be careful though! You do not want to be too descriptive, as it may make the resume less clear and bog the reader down.

Test Autonomy Analyst Work Experience Example

Educational Technology Coordinator and AP Computer Science Instructor / Seoul International School, South Korea, Seoul (07/2015-07/2017)

  • "Leads high quality, web-based, and in-person professional development workshops and individual training."

  • "Lead onboarding and setup process for new staff and effectively communicate an ultimate understanding of software systems and uses to employees."

  • "Elicits software and Learning Management System and the Student Information System. Develops online written training materials."

2. Highlight things with which you can stand out

In a world which is still going through a sort of digital revolution, many people have jumped on the bandwagon to gain credentials as technological experts. Good prospects come to almost all people who do so. 

This means that the competition for job posts that are of a more technical nature is very big. Therefore, it is up to your best interest to add something to your resume that differentiates you from the other applicants. This can be anything from an impressive academic background to a broad technical skillset, or even one’s hobbies or volunteering activities. Just because you are a techie doesn’t mean you aren’t human. It can be beneficial to show that!

Test Autonomy Analyst Resume Certificates Example

  • "Professional Teaching Certification / Florida Department of Education (2015)"

  • "Google Certified Educator Level 1 and 2 / Google (2016)"

3. Be clear in your language, but show expertise too

The main theme of this resume should really be you conveying the scope of your knowledge and experience to the readers. More importantly, though, it is important that you do this in a clear structure without using ambiguous language. Nullifying these mistakes in your writing will show that you really know what you are talking about. Even in oral conversation, a person who does not use unnecessary works or confusing, long sentences will not seem convincingly confident. Keep this in mind as you write and be sure to ask a friend to proofread for you as well!

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