"I want to make a difference to the housing market and the society we all live in."
We spoke with Production Operative, Amanda Humphries about her career at Legal & General Modular Homes
Career history before joining LGMH?
I have done all sorts from working in care homes, warehousing and 7 years in the TA Signals Regiment as a driver electrician. When I was a lot younger, I worked in a butchers, cutting meat and making sausages.
Why did you want to join LGMH?
I was nervous at first, but this is the best job move I could have ever made. I wanted a challenge and to further my skills. I wanted to have the opportunity to make nice homes for people to live in.
What did you want to achieve when you joined the company?
I want to make a difference to the housing market and the society we all live in. To make affordable homes, that are to a high specification and good quality. I want to learn and develop my skills and to try and use some of the DIY skills
and knowledge that I have already.
What are your career aspirations now?
I have been here for just over year and in that time, I have learnt how to put steel floors together and completed First Fix electrical and Second Fix plumbing work. I even had the opportunity to become a Banksman. I think I am the shortest person here at LGMH and it is amazing that I can move these massive modules! I want to learn so much more and to be flexible so that I can become an asset to the company.
Describe yourself in 3 words.
Positive | Reliable | Feisty