After successfully completing his degree in Aerospace Engineering in 2011, Sam ventured into the commercial property business as a craftsman working for city councils and housing associations where he successfully managed a series of ‘crisis’ projects that had majorly fallen behind schedule for completion of critical health and safety upgrades.
In 2013 Sam pursued his degree, landing a position with Assystem in the Defence Aerospace industry. He was permanently contracted to Rolls-Royce Bristol, working intimately with the customer on military gas-turbine engine projects. The role was a mix of quality, design and project-management. Within two years Sam gained promotion to TP400 Team Leader and became the youngest person ever authorised to sign of engine components, before he left shortly after to join the team at Hearology.
Sam was drawn to Hearology in search of a new challenge where he could bring all of his skills together, whilst working for a company that ‘strives to be different, revolutionizes technology and challenges the way we think about our lifestyle and wellbeing’. He is currently working the days away, putting all of his efforts into developing Hearology’s hectic business schedule and helping to ensure the logistics and operations of our day to day business, run as smoothly and efficiently as possible.