Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Woodward Group bolsters team with ten spring hires

Burton-based mechanical and electrical contractors Woodward Group has added ten new faces to its team this spring, including four senior hires, to meet growing demand for its services in the region.

The new roles follow several project and client wins in the first half of the year for Woodward Group, a second-generation family business that provides electrical, fire, security, building and compliance services for commercial and industrial businesses nationwide.

James Butler joins as fire and security manager and will utilise his wealth of expertise to spearhead Woodward Group’s fire and security division and help develop the talented apprentices within the team.

Engineering veteran Andrew Ramsay also joins the senior team as mechanical engineering manager, where he will use his 30 years’ experience in the mechanical and electrical sector to help the company’s customers to diagnose and solve their problems with process improvements.

Process specialist Mike Woolley is appointed as projects manager to oversee operations of the company’s larger-scale project sites, while Sudhir Sehdeva joins as purchasing manager to lead supply chain initiatives and ensure seamless business delivery for the team.

Aden Woodward, Managing Director of Woodward Group, said: “Woodward Group has seen sustained growth in new client and project wins in the first half of 2022, particularly as our service offering continues to grow.

“Reflecting our commitment to organic growth – and to recruiting only top-level talent – James, Andrew, Mike and Sudhir’s appointments represent significant additions to our expanding team. It’s been a privilege to welcome ten new recruits to Woodward Group this spring and to see the team flourish.”

Other recent new hires for Woodward Group include Claire Miller, who joins the team as accounts administrator, Michael Grey as office administrator, Chris Staunton as fire and security engineer, Morgan Atkin as an electrician, Marcus Harding as an approved electrician, and Jack Morley as an apprentice.

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