We were very pleased to welcome Hannah to the growing Pager Power team on Monday 6th September. She has just finished studying a degree in Law at Queens University, in Belfast, and has joined the company as a Technical Analyst.
As well as studying law, Hannah has demonstrated a strong technical capability in her pre-degree qualifications; her degree work and also at her interview with Pager Power. At A-Level Hannah studied Maths, Chemistry and Biology. Outside her academic career Hannah has been a swimming instructor and a lifeguard. She has also represented Queen’s University Ladies Boat club at British and Irish rowing events.
Pager Power undertakes Glint and Glare Assessments, Aviation Impact Assessments and a variety of other technical work. Its customers include developers of wind farms, large scale solar PV and other large structures – particularly near airports.
Pager Power is growing consistently as it expands its business and as renewable energy development grows in the United Kingdom and worldwide. Hannah will augment the existing team of five technical analysts who report to Operations Director Danny Scrivener.
As a new Technical Analyst Hannah will start with some in-house training leading on to undertaking some simpler technical assessments with the support of her colleagues. She will also start to write articles for the company website as well as starting to review reports written by her colleagues. Hannah will initially start work in the office but may subsequently work from home on occasion – depending to an extent on Covid rules and guidance going forward.
We think Hannah will be well suited to this role due to her excellent technical skills and her ability to work well with her colleagues and communicate effectively. We are pleased to welcome Hannah on board.