What’s your background and how long have you worked at Dyer Engineering?
I came here as a graduate from Newcastle Uni, almost 5 years ago. I had the opportunity to trial a position in all departments and have finally settled into the role I am currently pursuing. I am now also completing a business management and leadership degree at Northumbria. I have done 1 year of 3 so far.
What kind of work do you do at Dyer Engineering?
I plan the jobs that go out on to the shop floor and lock down the process for new parts and product whilst always keeping in mind continuous improvement. I carry out the design reviews and contract reviews.
What is the team like at Dyer Engineering?
The team is so friendly, and good to work with. I feel settled in my role and I am happy to come to work every morning.
What’s a normal day like?
A normal day is very busy for me. It involves lots of planning, however, I must always make room for any urgent tasks and jobs that I need to fit in as some days can be unpredictable. I like this though I feel as though I thrive off it and it brings excitement to my work.
What’s been your proudest moment working at Dyer Engineering?
When a large project I was working on for our biggest customer was finally launched. It was such a huge project which was back and forth from the customer, but in the end we actually got it done in quite a short space of time considering the work involved.
What do you want to achieve in your role?
I want to continue to be successful in my role and carry on gaining the technical knowledge I have learnt since starting here.
Why should someone consider a career at Dyer Engineering?
If you are able to work hard and have the right attitude you will get the support and development you want. Dyer is a great company to work for.