The Engineering College is always looking for fresh talent in the engineering industry to help the team grow, and with plans to double the college’s growth by 2020, we are pleased to announce the appointments of two new positions; an Engineering Programmes Coordinator, and an Advance Manufacturing Coordinator. Engineering Programmes Coordinator, Kevin Hill joined the team on Monday 26th September, and is already making an impact in our engineering operations team, helping to support the college’s highly skilled and experienced teaching staff. Kevin brings with him nearly 15 years in the engineering and education industries.
Matthew Ryan, takes up the position of Advanced Manufacturing Coordinator, in late October. Matt has more than 15 years in the engineering industry, having worked for some of the largest local employers, including Teledyne CML Composites in Bromborough, Cammell Laird and more recently, Survitec.
This new appointment will see The Engineering College position itself at the heart of the Advanced Manufacturing agenda on Merseyside, exploring skills opportunities in the wind, nuclear, composites, automation and high speed manufacturing sectors.