Energy Assets Utilities continues to drive growth through recruitment

Energy Assets Utilities continues to drive growth through recruitment

Energy Assets Utilities has recruited Kelly Buttery to the Business Development Team to help identify and manage new business relationships and maximise opportunities.

Kelly joins us with over 15 years’ experience in the utilities industry and has a broad scope of experience from working across several businesses and multiple disciplines. As well as business development expertise, her skillset includes design, sales & marketing, operations support and Asset Growth Manager for an IDNO.

Kelly will be working alongside other industry experts in the EAU team to enhance our excellent customer experience offering as well as working to add value to the customer journey. Kelly’s goals are to understand customers’ requirements, ensure their needs are clearly defined and plan for implementation in a timely and efficient manner for all involved.

Says Kelly: “The current situation presents some new and unique challenges for this sector, but EAU is showing continued and sustained growth and I’m looking forward to helping to contribute to that. I’m confident that I can help to meet the needs of our customers and that we can work together to provide our services and deliver on our promises in a safe, efficient and reliable way.”

The pandemic is presenting challenges for everyone, but particularly for those entering a new career at this moment.

“It’s natural to be excited when starting a new job, but when you’re starting remotely, it does presents a different challenge. But my team has been really supportive to me and through our structure we have regular face-to-face, virtual chats. It’s been a really welcoming experience.”

Contact Kelly:
E: KellyButtery@energyassets.co.uk
T: 07904 964575

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