Posted on 5/Feb/2020
Stormwater Management Ltd would like to extend a warm welcome to Callum Lepper. Callum has recently joined our team as Technical Sales. As a key member of our sales team Callum will be building strong relationships with our customers by assisting them on a daily basis. Within his role he will soon be offering technical seminars and visiting our customers and project sites to assist with technical enquiries. We asked Callum a few questions about himself…
- What previous experience/education do you have?
My previous roles include groundworks and civils site manager and recruitment. Within both of these roles I was working either with/as operational management on site and dealt with a range of customers regularly.
- What made you join Stormwater?
Stormwater Management offers me the opportunity to be able to use both the sales experience I gained from my recruitment background and the engineering knowledge I gained from my previous experience in the ground works and civil engineering industry, giving me the best of both worlds and a job role well suited to me. From the initial interview the company appealed to me with such a welcoming team. I am looking forward to the challenges ahead and growing with the Company.
- What do you enjoy the most about what you do?
Within my Job I get to meet new people on a daily basis and get to speak to many personalities and characters, I really enjoy meeting different people from your onsite ground workers to director of multi-million-pound companies, this makes every day interesting and new. I have to say I am really looking forward to building relationships with Stormwater’s existing customers and new customers alike.
- How would you describe yourself?
I am a glass half full kind of person, who always tries to see the best in everything. I’d say I’m Fun, loud and adventurous!
- What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
A large part of my time outside work is dedicated to rugby, due to me playing for the 2nd/3rd team and also coaching the Under 13’s both at Vipers Rugby Football Club. Recently I have taken up coarse fishing as a nice way to relax in the countryside.
- What is your favourite film?
My favourite film has to be Coach Carter based on a true story, the movie is just really compellingly as it takes the’ typical underdog team that comes from behind story’ a step further and really goes in depth. The film teaches the importance of; teamwork, discipline and an inspiring leader and is well worth the watch.
- What is your favourite meal and where is the best place to eat it?
I’m a massive fan of a decent burger bar, the best one that I have been to recently has to be Boo Burger in Leicester!All News