Describe a typical working day?
Due to having a group role across Frontline & Seymour, my days are either spent in Peterborough or London. I usually start with a cup of tea and a flick through my emails and plan for the day ahead, usually clearing off any urgent information requests or data amendments that came in the night before. After that, my day is normally spent processing retailer data in to our systems and making sure that it is correct and completing reports for our partners and clients.
What’s the highlight of your job so far?
Winning tickets to Autosport International that were kindly donated to a charity raffle by Haymarket Publishing.
Describe what it’s like to work at Frontline/what do you enjoy most about working at Frontline?
Working at Frontline is great, the atmosphere in the office is so relaxed and everyone is really easy to get along with. You feel welcomed the moment you step through the door.
How did you get your job/how did you find out about your job?
My Mum works on Reception, she put me forward for a role in the Accounts Department and from there I have moved over to Information Services.
Why did you join Frontline?
The people who interviewed me at the time made me want to join, they spoke so highly of the company and having my mum say similar things to me about her job, I’d have been silly not to have joined.
What’s the first magazine you bought and why?
Kerrang! I used to love collecting the posters and reading about gigs.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I always wanted to be an Astronaut, fighting aliens and saving the world.
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
Exploring, biking, going to festivals & going to the pub.
What’s your favourite Frontline memory?
After planning last year’s Christmas party, seeing it all come together and seeing everyone have a good time has definitely got to be up there.