OTAQ continues to expand their team with the appointment of Mike Williams into the role of Junior Engineer. Mike has over seven years’ experience as an Electronics Technician for a commercial diving company, and he is very excited to be part of the innovative culture at OTAQ.
He said “I am really grateful to have this opportunity and to get started in this role. I am looking forward to learning from the rest of the team but also bringing my own ideas to help drive product development. The innovative culture at OTAQ really excites me and I am keen to start working on some interesting projects.”
Mike will be working at the Aberdeen office on projects for Aquaculture and Offshore Energy Applications and his experience and interests are a perfect match for his new role. With a HNC in Electrical Engineering, as well as an NC in Mechanical Engineering, Mike also holds PADI and AIDA diving instructor qualifications.
Harry Rotsch, Technical Director at OTAQ Group, shared his delight that Mike is joining the team: “We are really looking forward to seeing the qualities that Mike brings to OTAQ. His background and passion for computer programming are attributes that we feel will add great value to the team.
We are always looking to bring innovative thinkers to OTAQ, and Mike will have an important role to play in developing new products and refining our existing products. One of the factors we really liked about Mike was his commitment to continual self-development and his drive to learn.
As a dynamic and technology-centric company, part of our recruitment strategy is to find candidates who will enable us to continue to evolve and Mike has shown all of the signs that he will be a great addition to the OTAQ team.”
The sustained increase in scale and sophistication of development projects in the Aquaculture and Offshore Energy market sectors continues to drive underwater technology forward. By adding more experience to the engineering team, OTAQ can ensure they continue to deliver world-leading solutions for customers and end users in these sectors.