Head of SHEQ
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.
Dorothy completed her Indigo apprenticeship, a Level 4 diploma in project management that she achieved 13 months ahead of schedule. She was praised by her manager for “hard work and commitment that was recognised both internally and externally”.
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.
Apprentice Telecoms Field Engineer
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".
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.
Michael Rusty O'Sullivan
Fibre Planner & Survey Co-ordinator
I love problem solving, the constant puzzle of trying to figure out the best way of delivering the requirement for clients and their customers.
Service Assurance Executive
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.
Project Manager, Data Centres
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.
Fibre Design QC
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.
Wireless Surveyor and drone expert
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.