New additions to the Evonic Fires team
We are pleased to welcome several new team members to the Evonic Fires family, who will be taking up a multitude of roles in various departments.
Jason Willetts has recently taken over from Craig Simonds, and amongst other projects, will be heavily focused on gaining our ISO accreditation. Jason has over eight years’ experience within Quality, as a Quality Manager and Quality Engineer, working in several industries including Automotive, Oil and Gas, Nuclear and Agricultural. In his spare time, Jason enjoys playing football or a round of golf, and spending quality time with his partner and four children.
Phil Cole will be joining us as a Business Development Manager, with a view to expanding our reach into more diverse markets. Phil is a qualified aircraft engineer, having worked for British Airways for many years. He worked on various aircraft types, his favourites being the 747’s and Concorde. He then decided, after the years of unsociable night shifts, that he wanted to fuse his engineering knowledge with a career in business development, which led him to technical and construction sales
roles with companies including Balfour Beatty and Carillion. Phil is a father of three boys which keeps him busy when he is not at work, ferrying them to their various activities such as Gaelic Football, Taekwondo and Beavers. His own interests are the gym, country walking and renovating property.
We have also made significant additions to the research and development team, as well as the administration team. Our R & D team, headed by Technical Manager Zac Mcmahon, will be joined by Lorraine Clarke and Peter Monnington to assist with product development, design, and implementation. The office team has welcomed two new faces to assist with service calls and general administration duties, Ryan Thomas and Emma Eggleton, who have settled right into life at Evonic.