16th March 2021
16th March 2021
In this economic uncertainty decisions about the future can be difficult to make, especially when its committing to expanding its work force. The world is proving to be a challenging place with the chancellor looking for new revenues to balance the UK’s books. So, at Marches we have been looking at workloads going forwards and it’s clear that we have a greater demand for process engineering than we can presently handle. At the moment this is covered very ably by our very own Tom Goodwin. Tom has been with Marches for a while now and recently (and not before time!) has become a fully Chartered Engineer (CEng) and Chartered Water and Environmental Manager (C.WEM). So, the solution is to bring in another engineer to assist Tom and we are delighted to announce that we have recruited Simon who joined us in February.
Simon is a recent graduate of Sheffield University and has a Masters in Chemical Engineering with a Year in Industry at Port Talbot with Tata Steel as well as placements with British Sugar. We are really delighted he has chosen to start his career at Marches Biogas, and we look forward to getting him involved in some of our fascinating projects.
So even if nationally things are a little uncertain, you can be sure that at Marches we are confident in our future and looking forward not only getting to know Simon but also looking to bring more young people on board. Hopefully this way we can give some excellent young people a start in their careers and in our very small way help the chancellor balance those dastardly books!
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