Lee Poettcker
Interested in Intermediate Sales & Entry level Operations roles
Problem solver with people skills leaving engineering to help grow an awesome startup.

What's an engineer doing trying to start over with a start up?

Over the last year, I have become really excited about startups and how they find new ways of creating value and scale them up to change the world. During that time, I learned about operations and sales, started a blog, built no-code tools and posted projects online.

check out my portfolio below

Now, I'm super excited to take the next step and apply this new interest with the problem solving, project management and client skills I've used as an engineer to help build out the operations or sales of an awesome startup.

contact me below

Remote or Canada

Work Experience

Civil Engineer - Associated Engineering

> 5 years

Completed proposals, design, cost estimates, contract prep and administration on road and highway projects. Managed projects with remote design teams and worked directly with clients handling invoices, changes in budget while consistently receiving great client feedback survey results.

Personality Type


Collects data and information from all possible angles. Highly analytical and uses data to inform all their insights. Sees connections no one else sees.

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Learn more: https://crash.co/discover/result/8603aa4c-c8cd-4016-ac63-02fd34c89f55



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4 mo. ago

Awesome to see you taking a bold leap from Engineering!

4 mo. ago

This is an awesome profile. I love seeing all this proof and work.

4 mo. ago

Your profile rocks. Love the billing workflow project and your tech stack elements. Nicely done, Lee.

4 mo. ago

Sacha Walser

Love this profile Lee! I like the diversity in your portfolio. It is giving me ideas for my own. Thank you!

4 mo. ago

Thanks for the feedback Sacha and everyone above!

4 mo. ago
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