A day in the life of a Shoaler – Henry

A day in the life - Henry

As a complex systems design company, we use Systems Engineering combined with Modelling, Simulation and Analysis to help our clients define, analyse, decide, optimise, and deliver technology-intensive projects in complex environments across Defence, Space, Transport and Infrastructure (including new energy). But what does this mean on a daily basis? What does a Shoal team member (Shoaler) do in a day’s work?

When we speak with potential candidates – especially those earlier on in their careers – they want to learn more about daily life at Shoal. Things like:

  • How does a Systems Engineer or Modelling & Simulation Analyst structure their day?
  • How do they work with their manager or team?
  • If technical support is needed, how do they access it?
  • What does mentoring look like?

In this series, our Shoalers provide insight into their day at work to answer the question: “What’s a day in the life at Shoal?”

Meet Henry

Henry is a Graduate Engineer working to support the Systems Engineering team across a wide variety of projects. As an aspiring engineer, he strives to bring an analytical approach to provide solutions, and continually challenge himself, set high standards, communicate effectively, absorb knowledge, and embrace change. Having experience in programming, project management, and interpersonal skills he is capable of applying his broad skillset to any project. 

Watch Henry’s reel below and see what “a day in the life at Shoal” looks like for Amir, Michael and Ivy too.