Ashtead Technology Appoints New HR Director

Christine Cochrane, HR Director, Ashtead Technology (Image credit: Ashtead Technology)

International subsea equipment rental and solutions specialist Ashtead Technology has bolstered its leadership team with the appointment of Christine Cochrane as HR Director.

The appointment follows a period of significant growth for the company and reflects the importance Ashtead Technology places in attracting and retaining top talent to support its strategic ambitions and international expansion plans.

Christine joins Ashtead Technology following a career spanning over 20 years in a breadth of HR disciplines covering talent acquisition, training & competency, employee relations, reward, leadership development and organisational culture. A member of the Chartered Institute of Personal Development, Christine has held various senior positions in the renewables, oil and gas and engineering sectors, most recently with Global Energy Group & Ross County Football Club where she was Group People and Culture Director.

In her new role, Christine will lead the strategic direction of the HR function, working closely with the senior management and regional teams to ensure that the right people strategies are in place to meet the strategic and operational needs of the business and deliver against the company’s priorities.

Allan Pirie, Ashtead Technology’s CEO, said: “We are delighted that Christine has joined Ashtead Technology. Her vast knowledge and experience in people and organisational development will further strengthen our position as an employer of choice, help us meet our ambitious growth plans and build the organisation of tomorrow.

“One of our aims in developing our team is to grow from within so this appointment is crucial to helping meet the needs of our expanding team and enabling them to thrive and excel in their careers with us.” Christine Cochrane, Ashtead Technology’s HR Director, said: “I am thrilled to be joining the talented team at Ashtead Technology and playing a part in its continued success through shaping a people strategy to support future growth, while at the same time creating a great place to work where our people can achieve their full potential.”

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