Roald: “I look back on my time at Centix with a smile”

Roald joined Centix in 2017 at the age of 18. Unfortunately, after a period of more than six years, it is time to say goodbye to him. “Thank you for your valuable contribution!” 

 

For Roald, it is time for the next step, which is to complete his Technical Business Administration studies at Avans Hogeschool in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. For his minor he will travel to Vietnam and afterwards he will complete his graduation internship. 

How do you look back at six years of Centix ?

Roald joined Centix as a full-time employee at the support department, where he started by managing incoming calls and e-mails. He eventually started a study, but always stayed with Centix. Over the years, Roald has been able to develop in different areas. In addition to his support work, he started testing the Centix Online software and then evolved into a consultant.

About his time at Centix, Roald says the following: “Over the years, I have been able to develop myself and gained knowledge in different departments. In the past six years, I have not only gained knowledge but also had unforgettable experiences. The time at Centix was a period of growth and challenges that shaped me into who I am today. I look back on my time at Centix with a smile!”

"My time at Centix was a period of growth and challenges, which shaped me into who I am today."

Future

The reason Roald is leaving us has everything to do with completing his studies in Technical Business Administration at Avans Hogeschool. Roald chose to pursue a minor on the other side of the world. “I am excited to spend six months doing a minor at the Technical University in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.”

After completing his minor, Roald will start his graduate internship. “After my minor in Vietnam, I will complete my Technical Business Administration studies with a research internship in the field of process optimisation.”

“I am excited about the adventures ahead and look forward to applying my, at Centix, acquired knowledge and skills in new contexts and challenges.

We wish Roald all the best as he completes his Technical Business Administration studies!