AEGIS continues to expand with several new employees joining the team in recent months.
James Johnson has joined the AEGIS Senior Management team as Safety Engineering Director. James is a Traction engineer with over 25 years of experience in the Railway Industry and brings with him a wealth of knowledge. He specialises in the design of Traction Drives for Metros and EMUs, Systems integration, Systems assurance including FTA, FMECA, Hazard logs, EMC and signalling compatibility safety cases. James will be heading the Safety Team. James has a BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, an MSc in Electronics with EMC and is a Chartered Engineer.
Edd has joined AEGIS to develop the rail plant engineering capability having spent the last 8 years working for Network Rail in their Plant and Traction & Rolling Stock team. Following completion of the graduate scheme he has predominantly been involved in Plant and Wheelsets. Most recently leading the Plant and T&RS element of NR’s Business Critical Rules Programme, being joint chairman of industry working group Wheelset Management Group, leading the production of the Freight Technical Committees Wheelset Maintenance Document and being the custodian of NR’s Infrastructure Plant Manual.
She previously worked for Network Rail for eleven years undertaking a variety of roles from Traction & Rolling Stock Fleet Process Engineer, Project Planner, Business Support Manager and Assistant Management Accountant. Within these positions, she has a built a wealth of knowledge in Process & Project Management, Quality Systems, Finance Control and Customer and Team Interaction.
Vicki has a dual honours degree from Keele University in Business Administration & Applied Social Studies and more recently she embarked on and completed an online course for a Diploma in Event Management for Marketing & Communications.
Bethany has joined AEGIS as Business and Projects Administrator on a level III Business Administration apprenticeship.
Prior to working at AEGIS Beth studied 3 A-levels at the Joseph Wright Centre in Derby. Beth’s Role is to support all areas of the business including projects, engineering and finance. She has also trained to be the office first aider and is a welcome addition to the team.