How long have you been working at BPI and what area do you work in?
I was taken on in 1993 as a student in the sales department, where I handled technical orders from when the order was received to the point where the item was in the truck, along with procurement-related tasks. In addition, I continuously carried out tasks for our director, and since 2008 I have worked as Executive Secretary. My current position mainly involves coordinating and following up, calendar management, arranging events, travel planning, HR tasks and employee welfare activities.
How do you find the culture at BPI?
If I were to describe our culture in a few words, I would say: informal, friendly and adaptable. My impression is that it is easy to integrate into the company and become part of the community and culture. We have a good mix of employees with different lengths of service and qualities, who manage to work together across the organisation. In addition, there is a major spotlight on our overall goals, which creates a clear common direction that we are working towards together.
What’s the best thing about your job?
It is incredibly special to work in a company – and do a job – where there is constant potential for development and broad contacts across departments in both Bramming and our subsidiary in Lipiany, Poland. And you are then motivated every day to be part of an organisation where there is the opportunity to develop personally and professionally.
What particular aspect would you highlight to someone who is considering applying for a job at BPI?
If you want to encounter exciting challenges on a daily basis, where you can make a significant contribution and add value when doing your job, and you want to be part of an open organisation in an international company, which is constantly developing, then apply for a job at BPI.