Shannon wins apprenticeship at Olmec Advanced Materials/Surelight

11th February 2014

Sheffield business, Olmec Advanced Materials/Surelight.

com, which is based in Millhouses, is delighted to announce that it has taken on a new administration apprentice, Shannon Betts. 18 year old Shannon was born and bred in Sheffield. She joined the business in November last year, and, 3 months into her new job, is already making an impression on Olmec's managing director, Paul Lancaster. Paul says -Shannon is extremely confident and fits in well with our team. She has taken on quite a big role for someone who is new to the kaleidoscope of administration, but is coping admirably. We also have a myriad of lighting products which she is getting to know quite well! Part of her role is to help keep our customers happy by making sure that we are completely on top of each job and that all of our lighting projects run smoothly. We pride ourselves on our customer service here at Olmec/Surelight, and Shannon is just as keen as we are to make sure we are always on top of our game. I think apprenticeships are a great way to help build our own business whilst giving a young person the opportunity to work and learn at the same time. I am really looking forward to seeing Shannon's growing contribution to the success of Olmec/Surelight. As with all young adults, it is not all work and no play, and Shannon enjoys socialising in her spare time. She is also looking forward to taking part in social aspect of working for Olmec/Surelight, and getting to know her new colleagues better.

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