WILLIAMS ADVANCED ENGINEERING MARKS INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2019

Mar 8, 2019

To mark International Women’s Day 2019 we spoke to a couple of our team, Claire Nicholls, Business Development Manager, and Tess Brown, Graduate Programme Entrant, to find out more about their careers and the advice they would give, both to their younger selves and to others.

How did studying Psychology and Physiology led to working in engineering companies? Claire’s career now focuses on customers, but with a little James Bond thrown in.

From dreams of being a footballer or a teacher as a child, Tess took a different turn and is now developing a career across several areas at Williams Advanced Engineering.

To read Claire’s thoughts click here and to read what Tess told us click here.

To explore career options currently available at Williams Advanced Engineering, please click here.

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