#InsideAT - Our new Senior Test Manager Christiane Mogk

from | 22 September 2021 | #InsideAT

In our #InsideAT series we regularly present new employees. Today it's Christiane Mogk's turn. She starts with us as Senior Test Manager - in the interview she tells us what drove her to it, what her background is and how she likes to spend her life outside of work.

What position will you take on at AT?

As a Senior Test Manager, I can push forward what is very close to my heart, not only professionally - and that is quality. I like to make sure that things run the way they should. I will start in an automotive project.

How did you become aware of AT?

Two or three years ago, my friend brought me a huge, warm hoodie from Alexander Thamm from a trade fair in Berlin. It became my own and constant companion in the cold season. When I was about to change jobs, I remembered the jumper, there was the right spot and here I am.

Why did you choose AT?

It's actually quite simple: for me, AT embodies everything that matters to me in a good company: togetherness, trust, flexibility and meeting at eye level. Completely without encrusted structures and with very good reviews on kununu.

What are you looking forward to the most?

I look forward to new experiences, perspectives and exciting projects.

What did you do before?

Before that, I was a systems engineer and most recently a software tester in the railway world. My positions were always very technical, which is particularly appealing to me.

Where were you born and raised?

I come from the (Upper) Palatinate, the wine region par excellence. Fun fact: I didn't like wine until my mid-20s.

What was your dream job as a child?

For a long time I wanted to be an archaeologist. I no longer know why that didn't happen.

How would you describe yourself in one sentence?

I'm precise, travel-loving, love French pâtisserie and have a knack for design and houseplants.

What are your three most important work utensils?

My ergonomic mouse, a nice writing pen and water in copious amounts.

What was the last book you read?

My last book was "The Wall" by Marlen Haushofer. Without paragraphs or chapters, it took some getting used to at first, but in the end it was a good read.

What could you definitely not do without in your travel suitcase?

Earplugs - small and colourful.

What used to be your favourite subject at school?

That was definitely fine arts. Since you have to put together a portfolio of works to study art and I had neither the desire nor the time to do so, I devoted myself to my second favourite subject.

What would you get up for in the middle of the night?

To correct a spelling mistake on my baking blog tonka beanandlemon.com to correct.

What do you always carry in your pocket?

A brush. My mane looks quite messy quite quickly.



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