Engineering Design Consultants

Will

 

I’ve found after 5 years working at Eadon that I am still surprised by the challenges and variety I can encounter from one project to the next. With over a decade of engineering experience under my belt I thought I had developed a good understanding of what a typical mechanical engineering role entailed but the cross over in disciplines around the Eadon office means I am constantly learning and adapting my skills to new areas of work.

Over the past 12 months I have worked on a range of projects including offshore analysis, subsea calculations and bespoke nuclear machinery design.  Aspects of these jobs have given me the chance to work offsite and also engage in additional training programmes. This added experience over the past few years has promoted me to a position where I now work as the lead engineer on certain projects.

Despite the added pressure that sometimes comes with this title, the nature of how we work at Eadon means that I feel supported and confident in the fact that if I don’t always know the answers someone else will be there to lend a helping hand.

The flexibility of my job allows me to keep a healthy work/life balance. It helps that I am able to work from home on occasion as balancing a full time job and a young family can sometimes be a bit of a juggling act.

 

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