Windhager recruits eight new staff

Windhager UK has expanded its team with the addition of eight new members of staff.

The company has created several positions in the sales, technical and administration departments to provide additional support and expertise after experiencing an increase in demand for biomass since the launch of the Government’s domestic RHI scheme in early 2014.

Two new areas sales representatives for Wales and the South East of England have been appointed. Leigh Williams joins the company with 26 years’ experience in the heating industry, working with many of the major companies and has been dedicated to the renewables market for the past 10 years. He holds a diploma in sales management and will take charge of all sales activities in Wales where he will be locally based to ensure that all customers’ needs are prioritised. Meanwhile Simon Baker will be working with customers in East Anglia and South East England. He has 30 years’ experience in the heating industry and has spent seven years within the manufacturing sales sector.

Andrew Manship, Darin Gebbie, Derek Richardson have all also joined the Windhager team as experienced service engineers with relevant qualifications to the heating industry.

Mark Traynor has also joined Windhager’s engineering department as design and specifications engineer. He has more than 10 years of experience within the construction and heating industry, which included running his own company. He also has an extensive knowledge of CAD design which he gained through his mechanical engineering background.

Paris Meakin joins Windhager as training administrator and will work on co-ordinating all Windhager and HETAS training courses. Lee Leonard has also joined the administration team as HR and office co-ordinator with experience in office management to ensure that the Windhager HQ continues to run efficiently.


14 October 2015


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