An accomplished engineer and team manager, Chris was looking for a new challenge and took on the responsibility of building Indigo’s Network Operations Centre (NOC). It’s a job he relishes because it keeps him at the leading edge of diverse network technologies.
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Tired of working in retail, Shaeya wanted job with more career prospects and hours that suited her lifestyle. Within a year she had her first promotion and was comfortably established in a line of work that was completely new to her when she went for the interview.
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David has 25 years’ experience in telecoms and health and safety having started his career as a Telecoms Engineer in 1996. He also served in the army up until 2008, where he was trained in communications and information systems.
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I was promoted to my current role in 2019 after I completed the APM Project Management qualification (SCQF Level 7), which demonstrates knowledge of all elements of PM and how they fit into strategic and commercial environments.
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Read about Harry's apprenticeship in engineering. "I'll be in a good position to start a full-blown career in the telco/data centre sector".
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The whole opportunity and process of progression is something I am very grateful for, as it really does make you feel like a big part of where the company is going.
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I love problem solving, the constant puzzle of trying to figure out the best way of delivering the requirement for clients and their customers.
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Working in a bank and not happy about it, I was looking for career progression, a new challenge and a more exciting career opportunity. That was five years ago; today I’m a key member of the Global Service Assurance team at Indigo.
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As Project Manager I have wide-ranging skills that span hardware, cabling, SANs, LANs and power. It’s a level of technical expertise that’s needed at Indigo to serve a diverse client base.
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The first months were a steep learning curve as I adapted to 4site’s way of working and leant about SIRO. It was made easier by my colleagues who were very supportive and quickly became friends.
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No two days are the same at my job! I could be climbing a mast taller than the Spire on O’Connell Street, or I could be piloting a drone, mapping a mountainside.
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