She is an Innovation Architect, working in our Marine & Offshore team. Her role focusses on the front end of the innovation pipeline, working with clients and colleagues to identify client challenges, then converting ideas that help solve these challenges into pilot projects to be developed by the team in the innovation lab.
Why did you join?
LR exists to support our clients in improving safety, environment and performance – this fundamental purpose is the reason a career at LR initially appealed to me. With limited professional experience straight after completing my degree, I wasn’t sure exactly which type of role I wanted to work in. The LR graduate scheme offered me the opportunity to spend time in different parts of the business to apply my engineering knowledge and develop my skills, with the benefit of learning about the energy and marine industries on a global scale.
Why did you stay?
Since joining LR I have worked across different industries, roles and geographical locations (both in the UK and abroad), and have received career development support throughout. For this reason I have taken on new challenges within LR rather than moving externally to further my career.
What is your favourite thing about LR?
The variety of work in LR across the business streams and customer segments means that there are always opportunities to keep learning, whether that means specialising in one particular area or getting broader experience of our customers and industries.