Emma Dennis is a Team Manager at Naimuri and has been with the business for seven years.
What attracted you to come and work at Naimuri?
How did you find the recruitment process at Naimuri?
There wasn't really much of one when I joined, but all the same, I got a great feel for the company values and what direction the then senior leadership team wanted to take Naimuri in.
Briefly describe what you do day-to-day?
One of my main responsibilities is effectively collaborating and communicating with others.
That includes the management team I am part of, the project teams I am leading, and the Customer and stakeholders we are delivering to.
This is to ensure visibility of progress and satisfaction for all. I make sure I am available for issues that may arise and help mitigate risk at a project level.
What interested you about a career in tech?
The unknown. I was fresh out of high school, didn't apply for uni and didn't know what I wanted to do as a career.
What areas of technology are you most passionate about?
Working with people who are most passionate about technology.
What are the five top skills you need to do your role?
What is the best thing about working at Naimuri?
It has to be the people and the small company culture that comes with that
What makes Naimuri unique from other technology companies?
It was created by the same people who are still working here now. However, as the company has grown we have been joined by a lot more new joiners who think the same and have the same values, all whilst delivering some really cool and meaningful work.
What are your career aspirations?
I don't like to plan too far ahead, I like to see where the opportunities take me and am happy to give most things a try.
What advice would you give to someone considering a career in tech?
I started out as an apprentice in Software Development and it's the best thing I ever did.
I may not be in that role now, but it made me learn so much and got me to where I am today. I am now leading my own team and having input in really important decision making on our commitments to a valued customer.
There's endless avenues and opportunities in technology and you don't actually have to be that technical.
What would you say to someone who was considering applying to work for Naimuri?
Come and join us and you'll see what the fuss is about!