Hard Work Rewarded
Hard work, enthusiasm and dedication to the role are just some of the attributes widely recognised as being required should someone wish to progress in their chosen job or industry.
For David Bolger and Heshan Fernando, both have shown that and more after they were promoted to senior analysis engineer roles at Aberdeenshire-based specialist engineering consultancy AS Mosley.
Joining the company in 2008 and 2010 respectively, Heshan and David have both benefited from a range of on the job training supplemented by a number of external training courses aimed at developing the skills and qualities required to be successful within the oil and gas sector.
Previously both in graduate positions with the company, the pair now lead various analysis projects alongside working with a team of fellow engineers to successfully deliver solutions on be - half of clients with in the oil and gas sector.
Consisting of a mix of engineering and project management work, both Heshan and David are responsible for overseeing projects from start to finish alongside ensuring solutions are delivered within expected time and cost constraints.
David’s development has been further recognised after he recently achieved chartered engineer status, with assessors praising his mix of internal and external training as a contributing factor. He said: “I am very pleased to have been promoted to the role of senior analysis engineer and I’m grateful that my hard work and commitment to AS Mosley has been rewarded in this way.
“The team at AS Mosley has supported me along every step of the way, funding my attendance at numerous external training courses in addition to always being on hand with help and advice within the work place. This help has been instrumental in achieving chartered engineer status.
“I have gained considerable engineering experience in my time at AS Mosley which has helped build a solid foundation for my own personal development. This has allowed me to effectively step up to a senior role and I’m looking forward to playing a part in future success of the business.”
Heshan added: “AS Mosley has been very supportive in allowing me to develop my own skills throughout my time working for the company and I’m grateful for the help that I’ve had in allowing me to get where I am today.
“If I had one piece of advice for anyone thinking of stepping into the engineering sector, it would be to seriously consider pursuing a role within the oil and gas sector. There is opportunity to develop new technical methodologies and solutions, resulting in real contributions to the industry. My time within the sector has enabled me to develop new skills and gain experience working on what are often challenging and diverse projects.”