LCRIG appoints new Development and Relationship Management Coordinator
The Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) has appointed Adam Clark as its new Development and Relationship Management Coordinator.
Adam will be responsible for organisational development and member relations.
Having just completed an Agricultural Science Degree at the University of Nottingham, Adam has now enrolled on a Level 3 Finance qualification.
Commenting on his appointment, Adam said: “After previously focussing my career aspirations in the agriculture sector, I’m really excited to start my post degree career in the highways sector, specialising in business development and LCRIG is the perfect place to do this.”
Susanne Ingham, Secretariat at LCRIG said: “We are delighted to welcome Adam onboard, he will be a great asset to LCRIG and his appointment will allow us to further support our members.
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