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Atousa Ghoreishi

KTL Environmental Lead
“Working for KTL has enabled me to maintain a good work-life balance and a healthier lifestyle.”

Tell us about yourself?

I graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2020 and joined the industry through Women in Construction and gained environmental experience from working on buildings and railway projects. I joined KTL as I was looking for a more challenging environmental role.

What does your role involve?

My role involves creating a Net Zero pathway for KTL and delivering a strategy to achieve this.

How have you found the journey so far?

My role at KTL involves lots of new challenges, however, I’m enjoying embracing these new challenges to implement workable strategies. KTL are so supportive working through new initiatives.

How would you describe the KTL culture?

It didn’t take me long to understand that KTL has a very open, accessible culture. KTL welcomes new ideas and initiatives to drive environmental awareness forward. I’m excited about this and growing with the company.

What do you enjoy most about working at KTL?

I worked for a few different companies, and I can tell that KTL really cares about its employee’s health, one good example is that the remote working policy allows women especially mums to be part of the KTL family.

 

Also, working for KTL enables me to maintain a good work-life balance and a healthier lifestyle. I can control my diet more efficiently work more effectively, get to the gym and do a run during lunch hour, which allows me to think clearly for the rest of the day.

Where do you see yourself in the future?

I was considering further educational options before joining KTL. After the interview, I thought to myself that if I can succeed in this new challenge for KTL that will open a new door for both the company and me and it will be worth more than another degree. The future is filled with possibilities for growth.

To find out more about working for KTL, visit https://www.ktl.ie/careers

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