Capability Jane are delighted to be supporting PA Consulting Group with their event on 14 May 2015, at the Cambridge Technology Centre:
Behind many world leading products are teams of scientists, engineers and technologists who share a passion for innovation.
At the Cambridge Technology Centre, PA Consulting Group has built a world class research and development team, working together on a wide variety of exciting challenges: from wireless foetal heartbeat monitors to reinventing the humble kitchen towel; from ergonomic smart appliances to revolutionising food manufacturing through digital printing technology.
To find out how individuals with different STEM skills and life experiences come together at PA, to contribute to a collaborative culture of dynamic innovation, join them for a relaxed look behind the scenes of some of their most successful projects.
PA will be opening the doors of its Cambridge Technology Centre on:
Thursday 14 May 2015
12.30pm to 1.30pm and again at 7.30pm to 8.30pm
This invitation is open to women and men with degree level STEM qualifications and an enthusiasm for technology, irrespective of whether you are currently in work, returning to work or just thinking about your future.
The format will be informal, pizza and drinks, with brief presentations and opportunities to get to know some of the men and women who work at PA and the flexible roles they perform.
To request a place, please email us by Friday 8 May, at:
Please provide us with your full name, contact details, and any STEM qualifications you have, along with your preferred time on the day and any special dietary or access requirements.
PA’s Cambridge Technology Centre is located in, rural Melbourn, Cambridgeshire, an easy traveling distance by car from north Hertfordshire and Southern Cambridgeshire and only 40mins from central London by train. There is plenty of off-road parking and there will be a shuttle bus from nearby mainline station at Royston. Visit their website here.
PA Consulting is working with Capability Jane (specialists in flexible working) because they believe there are talented women and men with great STEM expertise, who don’t currently see a future in technology. They do and if you do too or know someone who should, then we would very much like to meet you. Please feel free to forward this invitation to a friend if appropriate.