Alan Staveley joins the company with a background in micro-electrics technology, working across the design and build industry as a business project manager.
He will be working closely with team members from most areas of Wilmot-Budgen, and in his new role as project support he will help the team work together more effectively to achieve design and production deadlines for clients.
Alan is looking forward to getting to know more about the industry, and to getting stuck into working on the exciting projects in the pipeline at Wilmot-Budgen.
Gemma Sandford has started as our new receptionist, having previously worked with us as a community fundraising administrator for a charity. In addition to greeting you when you visit Wilmot-Budgen and handling your telephone enquiries, Gemma’s role will include supporting the team with a variety of administrative roles and she’s optimistic about the possible opportunities in the company for the future.
Amber Lawrence joined us recently in a temporary role and has now been appointed to a permanent position as a junior estimator. She has previously worked in the hospitality industry and is now looking to progress her career at Wilmot-Budgen in her challenging new role helping clients achieve their point of sale objectives.
A huge welcome to the new starters!
And in other news Wilmot-Budgen would like to congratulate Lyndon Daniels for passing the first stage of his apprenticeship, and wish him luck for the other two stages. Another congratulations to Klaudia who has been promoted as an internal account manager.