Our People

Since our inception in 2000, our people have fuelled our reputation for creative thinking, high-quality engineering and clear delivery. As the company has grown from 3 to over 50 employees we have worked hard to attract and retain the best talent in the industry, developing them from graduates and mentors, to proficient industry experts.

 

We've a strong and meaningful career development programme which provides our people with the skills required for high quality delivery of the interesting projects they work on. As a forward-thinking company, we also nurture the personal ambitions and aspirations of our employees by supporting them through activities which benefit not only their performance on the projects they are focused on today, but their long-term future and potential in the oil and gas industry tomorrow.

 

Our programme has fostered a business model that produces first class, high quality, creative engineering solutions for our clients. We've achieved this sustainably, and with the long-term future of its employees and the industry in mind. In recognition, we've been awarded Gold Partner Status from the Institute of Chemical Engineers (the only company of our size in the world to acheive this), won Mentor of the Year at the 2014 Oil & Gas UK Awards and Young Emerging Talent at the 2015 Subsea UK Awards, and were short-listed for the small company award for Investment in People in both 2014 and 2015 as well as Scotland's Best Employer at the Institute of Directors Awards in 2014.

 

Despite our growth, we've managed to retain our small company culture. With eleven nationalities in our Aberdeen office alone, our people boast a range of experience from varied backgrounds. We're very proud of our staff retention rate of 96%, and an exceptionally high staff-to-contractor ratio. 

 

Our people feel challenged, engaged and motivated but most importantly they are happy.

If Ingen sounds like the place for you, get in touch.

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