Employee of the Month Craig Marais
Craig Marais, who is our Technical Sales Manager has won the Employee of the Month award for December! It was a landslide victory as the majority of staff recognised Craig’s hidden talent for acting. In December, we filmed five corporate videos and Craig has been involved with four of them. Craig alongside his daily duties (site surveying, project design, providing technical advice/solutions to customers etc.) was able to fit video shoots into his extremely busy work diary. This was much appreciated by the team, and alongside his ‘can-do’ attitude it was decided by the majority in the office that Craig should be the employee of the month.
Below we asked Craig a few general questions about his role at Secure Power and winning the prize:
Tell us about your role and what you do on a daily basis?
Being Technical Sales of Secure Power means that on daily basis I do site surveying, project design and engineering for UPS and generator solutions for our customers. I also provide technical support to our internal, external sales teams, and the projects team.
What do you most enjoy about your role?
I enjoy everything about my role. I like analysing and understanding our customer’s requirements and then engineering bespoke solutions to solve problems and provide the best possible solution within the customer’s budget.
How do you feel about being recognised as Employee of the Month?
It’s always good to be recognised, and I don’t believe I did anything over and above – in fact, I should take leave more often.
Any plans of how you going to use your Employee of the Month prize?
Fish and chip lunch for the whole office on Friday.
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