Shoreham Port is delighted to welcome Brian Warman to their
Engineering Team. Brian has been
recruited as a full time Engineering Tradesperson, bringing complementary
skills to the Engineering Team. He will be working on a wide range of tasks
maintaining and improving the critical infrastructure of the Port.
Prior to working at the Port Brian was employed as a fork lift
truck fitter at Euro Trucks in Chichester. He has also worked for GlaxoSmithKline maintaining their pharmaceutical
production facilities in Worthing. A large part of this role entailed
mechanical and electrical plant maintenance using skills that will be highly
valuable in his work at the Port.
Brian was attracted to Shoreham Port as he
wanted to develop his engineering skills in a diverse marine environment. He
commented “I have thoroughly enjoyed my first couple of weeks at Shoreham Port
and wish I had been able to work here years ago – the team spirit and work
ethic is fantastic”. Outside of work
Brian enjoys dog walking and he holds a private pilot’s license.
Tony Parker, Director of Engineering said “we are delighted to
welcome Brian to the team. Brian has an extensive mechanical and electrical
background and will be a valuable asset to the Engineering team. The Port
encourages the learning and development of its entire staff and we will support
Brian as he transfers many of his skill sets within our own unique