International Women in Engineering Day.
We’re celebrating #INWED23 by shining a spotlight on some of the incredible female employees in the Shepley Group
Our people are key to our success.
We aim to invest in and develop top-class talent to meet our customers’ requirements, bridge the skills gap and enable local communities we work in to flourish.
Our workforce is inclusive and diverse, and everybody is welcome. Strong organisations are shaped by the people in them, and we do our best to ensure everybody feels like they’re valued, where they can thrive and perform their best.
We have a proven history of internal progression. Our Managing Director started as a pipefitting apprentice in 1995, and several members of our Board of Directors come from apprentice backgrounds.
We continually develop our employees to enable them to achieve their full potential, and over 10% of our current workforce are in earn-and-learn positions, from school leaver apprenticeships to Masters’ graduates.
Meet some of our fantastic team.
This #INWED2023 we’re shining a spotlight on some of the inspirational females working for us at the Shepley Group, helping us to build a legacy of excellence. Learn more about what drove them to engineering, issues they have faced and their advice to other females who are looking at the sector as a potential career option.
Kayleigh is a welding apprentice, studying with Lakes College and getting hands-on experience at the West Cumberland Engineering workshop.
Jen started her Shepley career in an admin role, and after progressing through the ranks is now Commercial Lead managing a team of Cost Engineers
Lynda is Shepley’s longest serving employee, and has seen the industry change massively. She is now Office Manager at our Lillyhall office.
Rosie started her career as a Business Admin apprentice, and is now studying a degree apprenticeship in Project Management
Megan started her Shepley career in 2018 after a successful work experience placement, and is now a Trainee Project Manager.
Amie started her career as receptionist and PA to the directors, learning which roles she liked and progressing in to her current role of HR Advisor.
Leia is a welding apprentice, studying with Lakes College and getting hands-on experience at the West Cumberland Engineering workshop.
Kim is a technical administrator at Shepley Engineers, working on the Springfields Fuels site in Lancashire
Why work in the Shepley Group?
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