We are pleased to welcome Chloe Brown to the D2 Rail team in the position of Document Controller from September 2017.
Chloe will be based at D2 Rail’s HQ at King Street, Manchester, and will be making regular visits to support existing clients with their document control requirements. Chloe will also support the Information Management team around its research and development and will report to Becky Pratt.
Chloe joins us from AMCO Rail, where she spent the last 18 months as a KPI Administrator/Analyst providing periodic data reports for the North West region for the client in collaboration with Turner and Townsend after completing her University degree. Working with over 70 key performance indicators, Chloe provided high-quality data services which included innovative analysis and recommendations for business insight.
It was Chloe’s attention to detail and forward thinking that Programme Information Manager Sarah Barnes wanted for her team. Sarah said: “Chloe has already shown superb attention to detail and first-class endeavour, which are qualities that help support our business vision.”
Chloe has a few hobbies and interests, including travelling around the world watching her brother represent Lancashire County Cricket Club, a passion for Italian food and dancing with friends.
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