I recently applied for an early retirement from a BPO company which I worked for exactly 15 years. I started my career in Publishing as Graphics Quality Assurance Staff. My responsibility is to evaluate the quality output of figures based on specifications of any given project. Because of my performance as QA, I was considered for the Graphics Specialist position and is responsible in manipulating and producing good, quality images according to client specifications using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Then later joins the Cover Specialist with the task of lay-outing of book covers and producing press ready PDF files. We manipulate the cover files using Adobe InDesign. In 2015, I was hired as a Print Production Specialist. I coordinates with the print production, mailing processes and delivery instructions to warehouses of print collaterals and exhibit materials. I have proactive communication with different vendors and marketers. In 2016, I was considered for the position of Editorial Project Manager on which I communicate and work with business stakeholders to understand project objectives. Develop and execute detailed program component budget and schedule and create & manage project plan for each project/program. I also ensure that the changes to the project scope, project schedule, and project costs using appropriate verification techniques are being monitored. At the same time, I select, hire and work closely with all program component resources/team members. In October of 2018, I was also considered for a position as Production Editor. My responsibility is to provide support to production team and communicates directly with authors and other stakeholders.