New Additions to the EC-OG Team

Graceann Robertson 2017

EC-OG continues to grow having taken on four new members of staff. Since 2013 EC-OG has expanded from its original founding team to an impressive 19 staff members. This growth was recognised by Subsea UK when awarding EC-OG with the Subsea Small company of the year 2017 award.

EC-OG welcomes George Leith a very experienced electronics engineer with a diverse background in roles such as Electronics Engineer and Weapons Electrical Artificer. He will be responsible for the advanced electronics system within the Subsea Power Hub.

Ugne Fomkinaite has joined the team as a project management intern and will be working closely with the current management team to ensure budget and work streams are effectively monitored. Ugne graduated from Vilnius University with a BA(Hons) in English Philology in 2014 and completed her Masters degree (with commendation) at the University of Aberdeen in International Business Management in 2016. Throughout her University career Ugne has been learning key skills that will make her a great addition to the team at EC-OG.

EC-OG works alongside several students for their dissertation projects and research. To continue this commitment to students, EC-OG has taken on another student intern. Rhys Warwick is an Events Management Undergraduate going into his third year at Robert Gordon’s University and will be working as an Events and Marketing Administrator intern. Within his degree, Rhys is learning about skills such as PR management, events operations and brand management. While at EC-OG, he will be able to practically apply relevant skills in a workplace environment whilst also helping the current Marketing Co-ordinator with a variety of tasks associated with Offshore Europe.

Most recently EC-OG has taken on Anil, a Doctoral Researcher in the field of mechanical engineering from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. During his time at Robert Gordon University, Anil researched the strength characteristics of adhesive bonds and this experience helped Anil develop helpful skills for practical application within the workplace. Anil has taken on the role of Graduate Engineer and will be work with the team on our ground-breaking technology.

“We look forward to the new starts joining our already strong high-quality team and them bringing new ideas and skills to the table,” Richard Knox, Managing Director- EC-OG. With a range of diverse backgrounds and experience between them the variety in the new starts will be of great benefit.