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Content Guru hires some of the most talented young people from around the world and provides a workplace where they can grow and thrive. By rewarding hard work and commitment to our corporate values, we offer graduates the chance to progress rapidly and build up a broad professional skillset.
Read on to learn about some of Content Guru’s rising stars who joined as graduates and have since enjoyed great success in the business.
Rhys graduated from the University of Bristol with a Physics degree and came to Content Guru as a Support Engineer shortly after. After impressing in this initial role, he was offered a position as Service Manager just six months into his time with the company. He primarily works with Content Guru’s Serco project, focusing on client relationship management and problem management. Beyond this, he is also part of the wider Problem Management team for the company, developing communications strategies for Major Incidents. Rhys started a weekly basketball fixture at the company, which he sees as a great opportunity for team building. He also enjoys having a close-knit group of friends at Content Guru, who help to support him and provide a driving force behind his working week.
Change Management Engineer
Alero studied Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London after moving down from Liverpool. Following her graduation, she spent some time exploring her favourite hobby of making and selling clothes, before joining Content Guru in order to pursue a more technical career path. After starting as a Support Engineer, Alero soon moved to the Change Management department, where she works on planning and actioning the deployment of new code onto the storm® platform. Aside from her interest in fashion, she also enjoys travelling, with her most recent destination being a trip to Israel.
Mush joined Redwood Technologies as a graduate engineer in 2008, just at the inception of the Content Guru brand. Having completed a degree in Electronic Engineering at University College London as well as a Masters in Telecommunications at Kings College London, Mush felt well-prepared to get involved in front-line support, provisioning and change. As he grew within the company, he turned his focus towards software development and assisting the sales team, soon choosing to move to the role of Junior Project Manager. This involved assisting with the deployment of cloud services, primarily the storm platform. In 2015 he began taking on more senior project management responsibilities, overseeing larger deployments and guiding newer staff members, and in 2017 he became the Operations Director, responsible for the rollout of storm to every client.
A big Manchester United fan, Mush enjoys a friendly rivalry with his fellow project managers, and also loves watching boxing. His biggest project to manage, however, is becoming a father in the next few weeks!