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Lorien Engineering Solutions has appointed four graduates to its team

Lorien Engineering Solutions is actively investing in the next generation of engineers by welcoming four recent graduates to its team.

The multi-disciplined engineering and project management business, based in Burton-upon-Trent, has recruited Keerth Kirubakaran, Zakariye Osman, Martin Chung, and Laura Rutland as Graduate Engineers on its development programme.

Keerth joins Lorien’s Process department. With a Masters’ Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Sheffield, he joins Lorien from a speciality chemical manufacturer

Zakariye comes to Lorien’s Utilities & Sustainability team with a Masters’ Degree in Chemical Engineering from Aston University. He brings experience of working in the chemical sector as an undergraduate engineer with a polymer specialist and joins Lorien from a consultancy contract process engineering role.

Martin recently completed a Masters’ Degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Bath and joins Lorien’s Compliance team.

Laura graduated with a First Class Bachelors’ Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dundee this summer and joins Lorien’s Packaging team bringing with her experience gained from the energy sector.

The graduates will experience a range of sectors across the business before choosing a specialism. With offices in Burton-upon-Trent and Wroclaw, Poland, Lorien works with some of Europe’s top food and drink, brewing and pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Lorien launched its graduate programme in 2015 as a platform for learning and developing on the job. The programme was extended this year to include all engineering disciplines and is open to all staff working within the business who want to gain chartership, as well as access mentoring and support structures.

Lorien engineer Lou Charpentier-Dusoir was named Graduate Learner of the Year at the Engineering Construction Industry Training and Development Awards 2018. Lorien also received a commendation in the SME of the Year category.

Lorien’s Head of Engineering, Chris Bullock, said: “Lorien is committed to high-quality, ongoing professional development. Our graduate scheme identifies emerging talent and supports young engineers in their learning and development. In turn, this new talent plays a key role in driving the growth and development of the business.”

“This growing scheme is part of our wider professional development plan and now encompasses all engineering disciplines, including mechanical, electrical, architectural, civil, and structural. Candidates are attracted by our diverse range of clients and variety of projects, along with the opportunity to experience the full life cycle of projects.”

Lorien, a division of GP Strategies Corporation, specialises in capital projects for food, brewing, drinks, life sciences, advanced manufacturing, logistics, and safety compliance.

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