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Stuart is an Associate in the Corporate Administration & Infrastructure Department at GIC’s London Office. He has been a valuable member of the team for over 10 years, playing an integral role in managing Security and Maintenance contracts. In addition, he takes on various projects, ranging from engineering to office refurbishments of all sizes. 

Outside of work, Stuart is an avid motorcycle rider who enjoys weekend rides and embarking on longer trips. Recently, he embarked on a tour of Europe, covering over 2500k miles through France, Germany, Italy, Austria, and Switzerland. 

Why did you decide to join GIC?

 Prior to joining GIC, I worked as an engineer in buildings, which limited my understanding of the organisation. Seeking a transition away from direct engineering services to an office-based role, I took the initiative to research GIC’s industry and reached out to the company directly. This proactive approach allowed me to gain a better understanding of the organisation and led to my successful transition to a new role at GIC. 

What does your typical workday look like?

My workday typically involves managing ongoing projects of various sizes, ranging from small to medium. Additionally, I handle any Helpdesk-related issues that arise within the office, as well as daily security matters such as CCTV monitoring and staff access issues. Throughout the day, I also address any ad-hoc matters that require my attention.

What do you like most about working here?

I find my role to be diverse and dynamic, which keeps me engaged and motivated. I particularly enjoy working on large projects, such as office changes, where I can be directly involved in the engineering aspects. However, I also find satisfaction in completing smaller tasks around the office that may go unnoticed by others, such as ensuring the office is well-stocked with supplies or fixing minor equipment issues. Overall, I appreciate the variety of tasks that my role entails.

How would you describe the learning & development culture at GIC?

I have always felt encouraged to learn and grow, with no restrictions on personal and professional development. The company places a strong emphasis on supporting staff in their learning journeys, which has enabled me to expand my knowledge and skills over time. 

What you should know before joining GIC

At GIC, we value diversity and strive to create an inclusive workplace culture. To create a positive and productive environment, embrace diversity, seek out opportunities to learn from others, and be open to different perspectives. Inclusivity is a key driver of innovation and success, so remember to foster an inclusive workplace that welcomes and values diversity. 

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