A logistics engineer has found his dream career.
“The journey started with an idea, a question and a little bit of luck,” said Andrew McLean, who was studying logistics engineering at St Andrew’s University in the United Kingdom.
“The first year was pretty straightforward, I just had to do what I was told.”
Mr McLean has been working for a logistics engineering company in London since last year, but it is the job he has chosen that has given him the most joy.
“I’m happy that I’ve found the right fit for the career, the way it’s developed,” he said.
“My focus has been on getting better and doing what I’m told, so I’m very happy.”
Andrew McLean found a new role as a logistics engineer.
When Andrew Mclean was 16 he took the job as a warehouse manager at an export warehouse in the UK.
The job was an exciting one, with loads of logistics jobs to fill, and a salary of £60,000.
Andrew and his father had worked in the same company for three years, and were keen to find a different job.
A few weeks into the job, he was on the phone to a recruiter who told him they were looking for a manager with a warehouse background.
Mr Mclean said the recruiter didn’t ask him anything specific, just said he was interested.
But what was more important to him than a new job was getting to know the people at the company, and how they made decisions.
After a year in the role, Mr McLean became an assistant manager and took on a bigger role.
In the first year, he had more than 50 job offers.
He also found out the warehouse was closing in a few months, so he applied to the same position in the new warehouse.
His first offer came from the company which had been selling his old warehouse.
“It was very surprising,” he told BBC News.
Then a new warehouse job came his way, this time in a different country.
With his new role, he found that he had to learn about the new culture of the company.
At the end of the year, Mr. McLean decided to take the opportunity to work on his own business, which is based in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
This meant he needed a new employer.
Since the start of his career, Mr Oleson has found he has had a huge impact on the lives of other young people.
“[The job] gave me a great perspective on life, and it has been an incredibly fulfilling experience,” he wrote on his website.
It is a common theme in his career story, he said, and he found he could see that the people who were successful in logistics were all doing something they enjoyed.
Working for a company that makes you feel like a winner”There are many people who have found their dream jobs at a company, but the majority of them have found them because of Andrew McLeod.
I hope that as a result of his success in his chosen career path, more people will take the risk to apply, to work in logistics, to get their feet wet in a new career.
For more information about Andrew McLeans career, visit www.york-based-logistics-engineer.com.