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What’s your role at Atkins?
I am a Recruitment Advisor within the Early Careers Recruitment Team, I manage and recruit for the Graduate Programme for Faithful+Gould.

Tell us a little bit about your background?
I have been employed with Atkins for just under 4 years now, I have a background in Human Resources alongside Recruitment. I originally joined Atkins as a HR Administrator in the HR Starters team then joined the Early Careers Recruitment Team in 2016.

What’s the best thing about your job?
The best thing about my job is that I can help aspiring engineering graduates to secure a position in an industry they have a passion in, along with securing a role with a fantastic company like Atkins. I have a passion for Early Careers and enjoy helping and supporting others to achieve their career goals.

What makes a good day at work?
Every day is a good day at work, I love interacting with candidates and employees but I would say a good day at work involves making offers and giving great news and feedback to our candidates.

Tell us something you love about working at Atkins.
I love the company culture and most importantly the people, the support and trust I have been given by my team and the business is very rewarding. I feel very proud to be part of a company like Atkins who have a great global presence. My role is very flexible with tons of support and exciting opportunities.

What would you say to someone thinking of joining Atkins?
You are in the driving seat in your career here at Atkins, it is up to you to drive and push your career. However, Atkins have a duty to support and guide you there. Most importantly be yourself and do not be afraid to ask for help or communicate your weaknesses so that you can gain any additional support to help you improve. Lastly, always say YES. You may not think a particular opportunity or project is right for you but I advise you to take a chance as there are so many new and exciting opportunities to take here at Atkins.

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