What’s your role at Atkins? I am a Graduate Recruitment Advisor in the Early Careers Team. I have specific responsibility for Infrastructure's graduate recruitment intake. I am also responsible for University engagement and planning our events strategy.
Tell us a little bit about your background. I possess an Environmental Biology degree but have been working in recruitment pretty much since I graduated! I have worked at various companies including KPMG, Siemens and Cambridge International Examinations.
What’s the best thing about your job? To offer someone a job is an exceptional feeling! To then see them develop and flourish in their role is extremely rewarding.
What makes a good day at work? People! When I am in the office, it’s the opportunity to catch-up with the Recruitment team. When I am running Assessment Centre’s or visiting a University it’s the opportunity to meet so many interesting students or colleagues from other offices.
Tell us something you love about working at Atkins. At Atkins I feel very fortunate to be surrounded by such friendly people, who are always willing to lend a hand, discuss new ideas and push each other forward to be the best that we can.
What would you say to someone thinking of joining Atkins? At Atkins there are so many exciting opportunities to explore, you never know where it might take you!
Meet Anne, Assistant Environmental Scientist at Atkins, a member of the
SNC-Lavalin Group. She began working with us three years ago. Today she’s progressing with us and pursuing her passion to make a tangible, sustainable difference to the planet. #InsideAtkins recently heard from her about future of her field and her experience at the business
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