Interested in gaining an insight into industry?
Join this webinar hosted by IChemE's Scottish Members Group and a variety of speakers from industries across Scotland.
You will be provided with detailed accounts of their own experience in industry and some tips and guidance. There will be an opportunity to ask your questions on what the industry and roles are like.
Gary Callachan, Project Engineer, Ross-Shire Engineering
Gary is an Associate Member of IChemE and is currently a Project Engineer. He has 11 years’ water industry related project delivery and process design experience. He currently works for Ross-shire Engineering in their specialist chemical dosing division and is working on delivering capital framework projects for clients such as Scottish Water. Gary is also part of the Water Special Interest Group committee.
Amy Stewart, Regional Support Executive
Amy is part of the Regions Team with IChemE, overseeing Scotland, Ireland, Tyneside & Cumbria and is supporting the Industry Insight Webinar.
Kirsty McCall, MWH Treatment
Kirsty is a chartered engineer and scientist with thirteen years’ water industry experience. She currently works for MWH Treatment, and is the Process Discipline Lead for MWHT’s joint venture in Scotland (ESD), heading up a team of process engineers to deliver Scottish Water’s multi-million pound non-infrastructure program of work. Kirsty also sits on the IChemE Water SIG committee.
Amanda Lake, Process Lead, Jacobs
Amanda is a Chartered member of IChemE, with 20 years experience in the water industry. She currently works for Jacobs in their European water business as process lead and delivers work in water and wastewater treatment and interrelated opportunities in resource recovery, circular economy and carbon. Amanda is also a member of the Water SIG.
Alistair Marshall, Control engineer, Petroineos Grangemouth Refinery
After Alistair graduated from the University of Edinburgh, Alistair began his career at British Sugar. He made a switch in his career and went from refining sugar to refining oil. He currently works within process control at Petroineos. Alistair is a Chartered Chemical Engineer and is the Chair of the IChemE's Scottish member group.
The material presented in this webinar has not been peer-reviewed. Any opinions are the presenter's own and do not necessarily represent those of IChemE or the Scottish Members Group. The information is given in good faith but without any liability on the part of IChemE.
A one and a half hour online session: Individual presentations with Q&A after each.
The webinar is open to all but will be most beneficial for recent graduates, final year students, those looking to change sector and those who are currently unemployed.
The presentation will be delivered via Big Marker®.
This webinar is free of charge and open to all to attend, but if you wish to access the slides and a recording to replay on demand then you'll need to be a member of the Scottish Members Group.