Five new staff join 42 Technology
42 Technology has strengthened its team with the recruitment of five new permanent staff.
Simon Jelley is a mechanical engineer who has previously worked on production line optimisation with Newton Industrial Consultants and has also gained considerable field engineering experience from his passion for car rallying. In 2007 he took part in a charity rally from London to Mongolia which he completed in under a month amassing a number of hair-raising anecdotes.
Mark Mellors, also a mechanical engineer, was previously with GKN Aerospace developing novel systems for wing de-icing and Carbon Concepts. In his spare time he is an enthusiastic and accomplished inventor. His recent achievements include designing a robotic unicycle, a hydrofoil windsurfer and appearing as a competitor on Channel 4’s “Scrapheap Challenge“.
As 42 Technology‘s office manager, Rachael Hoyle has taken charge of all human resources and recruitment for the team as well as ensuring the office is running smoothly and handling its increased workload. Rachael was previously with Sealed Air in St.Neots.
Chris Walters recently joined 42 Technology from Sagentia, and will be specialising in physics as well as being actively involved in leading a number of 42 Technology’s multidisciplinary projects. Before Chris moved into the industry he spent a period in the Far East teaching physics.
Sue Smith is 42 Technology’s new finance manager and has previously held similar roles for a software consultancy, Silvaco Data Systems, and in an accountancy practice. She is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and teaches swimming in her spare time.