Following the company’s rebrand 12 months ago, Certas Energy has placed additional focus on developing its most important asset: its employees. Part of that delivery has involved bringing new expertise into the HR department, most recently with the appointment of Julia Livsey as Head of Talent & Development.
In her role as Head of Talent & Development, Julia will be tasked with guiding Certas Energy towards achieving ‘employer of choice’ status, in addition to developing and progressing employees’ careers, and attracting new talent to the business.
Julia’s remit also includes responsibility for the company’s Learning and Development (L&D) programme. This programme is designed to help Certas foster a high performing culture within the company alongside a training programme that will increase employee satisfaction.
Julia brings nearly 25 years’ Learning and Development experience to Certas, which includes an impressive bank of skills, knowledge and experience, undertaking L&D roles at all levels with market leaders across a wide variety of industries including Talk Talk, BT, British Gas and Astra Zeneca. Most recently, Julia was Head of Academy for the Integrated Dental Holdings Group where she was responsible for implementing an L&D strategy, vocational learning and capability development for 9,000 staff.
Emma Wordsworth, HR Director, commented, “Julia brings another set of key skills to our HR team. We will be able to draw on her extensive personal experience to bring out the best in our employees and to ensure that Certas Energy becomes well-established as ‘employer of choice’ to both existing and potential employees. This is one of the core aspirations of the business, which we have been working towards over the past year and is a goal which Julia will help us to achieve.”
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