Our business never stands still. There's always a new contract to win or a new innovation to embed and sometimes even a new business to bring into the fold. This requires a flexible and agile work ethic with a willingness to embrace continuous change. It certainly keeps everyone busy, engaged and excited about what the future holds for the business and their own career.
Bethan Gillespie, Training Administrator
Eurovia UK's approach to training and developing its people is constantly evolving, and therefore so is the role of a Training Administrator.
As part of the Learning and Development team I organise training courses for all our employees, including courses that ensure our operatives are doing their job safely, as well as development programmes to encourage them to adapt their way of working and reach their full potential.
I also submit regular claims to the Construction Industry Training Board which generates grants for the business and compile annual training budgets for our divisions. This role is extremely varied, and I have learnt a lot about the courses we deliver, the importance of keeping them up-to-date and introducing new ones where they are required.
Safety is the most important thing to Eurovia and this is definitely proven in the quality, range and volume of training we provide.
Ele Lawrence, Marketing & Communications Officer
I joined the company in March 2016 with a background in Marketing but not much knowledge in the industry! When I joined the Communications and Marketing team they were in the throes of organising the biennial Eurovia UK conference which was a great opportunity to be a part of, understand the business and meet the many faces of the company. Along with my knowledge and experience, my role has evolved in three years, and I now focus on the company's brands and internal and external events. Everyone I have had the pleasure of working with has such an understanding and passion for the business. In the last year I have witnessed first-hand the extensive investment this company has provided and will continue to provide in the coming years.
Dinu Elias Baby, Senior IT Project Manager
I joined the company in 2015 as an IT Project Manager and in my three years of experience I realised that Eurovia invests heavily in the development of their employees. Working in Eurovia has allowed me to grow into a more senior role within IT and it feels great to be part of a talented team. One of the things I like most is the accessibility to different parts of the organisation, including Senior Management. Eurovia has a self-governing approach and gives me the opportunity to approach challenges in my own way, supported by the excellent guidance and feedback from Senior Management.