Emma GuyEmma-Jane Guy

Business Development Manager

North West, and North Wales and Merseyside

Emma-Jane Guy is based in Merseyside and promotes the benefits of professional registration to engineers both in-company and individually, whether they are at the early career stage or an experienced professional. Supporting development across all registrations of EngTech, IEng and CEng; Emma specialises in Career Learning Assessment (CLA) for experienced engineers sitting outside of the Engineering Council entry requirements.

Emma has a B. Eng. (Hons) degree in Civil Engineering from Salford University and a Masters in Sustainable Development, Energy and Management. She has worked in the Water and Nuclear industries and has spent the past 5 years with IMechE working across all sectors with a special focus on Nuclear and Defence. With a deep understanding of the Engineering Council’s benchmark criteria:  UK Spec, experience in commercial roles with RICS, and PM roles in the public sector across Energy & Waste, Construction and Infrastructure, she can offer expert guidance on your development, competency response and assessment prior to formal application and interview.

Her priority is to support engineers to become professionally registered at the route most appropriate for them, and co-ordinate development plans with Managers and Mentors where required. She aims to encourage and help applicants to find the simplest route to registration, and not to be baffled by jargon or daunted by the process. Helping people to develop their skills has always been a passion; Emma is a guest lecturer at Salford University and is currently completing her Chartered Management Institute Diploma in Management Coaching and Mentoring.

Emma is keen to attract young people into engineering, channelling this through being a STEMNET Ambassador, sitting on Boards and Committees with various institutions and a being a Judge and Presenter for Primary Engineer’s Leader Award..

Emma-Jane's's top three

Favourite engineering innovation: Mobile phone. 
Person I most admire: Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, the SuperVet. 
Greatest challenge facing engineering: Embracing change and not being scared to move forward or think differently.