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Finch Consulting lands asset management specialist in their recruitment drive

Finch Consulting lands asset management specialist in their recruitment drive

Leicestershire based health and safety engineering risk management experts, Finch Consulting are announcing the appointment of Chartered Mechanical Engineer Paul Wood. 

With over 15 years’ experience in mechanical engineering, Paul will be joining Finch as a Senior Consultant from his most recent role as an Engineering Manager of Asset Management with the Peel Ports Group.

In his new role, Paul will be helping the business develop and roll out a range of asset management focused services to support the existing portfolio of business offerings. This may include services such as asset life extension studies, maintenance reviews, asset management benchmarking, project technical support/advice and failure analysis/corrective action plans.

Paul has a wide range of knowledge and experience in varied industries, including manufacturing, heavy engineering and maritime environments.

Commenting on his appointment at Finch, Paul said

“Finch stood out as a forward thinking, team focused company who aim to be the best in their field and want to help the various industries they work with to, not only make them safer, but help them achieve their business objectives.”

At the beginning of the year, Finch also recruited Rachael Robinson into the nucleus of the business, the Finch Support Team. Her role is to provide support for the Consultants in the delivery of projects.

Adding, Dom Barraclough, Managing Director at Finch said

“We are very pleased that Paul and Rachael have decided to become Finch’s. Paul’s asset management experience is significant in our efforts at expanding our offering to our clients. Rachael will be a massive help in supporting the Consultants with their workload. We are always willing to talk to great people and this year we are aiming to recruit another 5 Consultants to fulfil the capabilities we require such as Process Safety including DSEAR and ATEX.”

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