I’ve taken two years of maternity leave since joining Enterprise on the graduate programme. But it hasn’t slowed my career progression one bit. Find out how Enterprise gave me the opportunity to have a great career without sacrificing family.
When I graduated 14 years ago I never thought I would spend the entire time with one employer. But Enterprise offers such a challenging and fast-paced career path that I am always learning and developing new skills. And, every so often, my accounting degree comes in handy.
I’ve been working for Enterprise for 13 years but I’ve had no time to get complacent, as there are always new opportunities and challenges. This has meant moving around the UK on several occasions, but this is the best way to really understand the business.
At Enterprise, I have enjoyed the opportunity for rapid career progression. Starting as a management trainee, I have grown to become the Area Manager for Aberdeen and North Scotland in just six years. Here is how I have grown to achieve my dream role.
Although I was making a very comfortable living in my previous role as a Tenured Account Manager for an IT Company. I did not enjoy my job. I applied to Enterprise and I was offered the role of Graduate Management Trainee 6 years ago. Here's my journey since.
When I was little, I’d pretend to own my own business. Why? I guess it runs in the family. My dad had his own successful company. Although teaming up with him would have been an obvious route for me, I really wanted to have something I could call my own.