PDMS, the software company, is delighted to welcome a number of new staff members to both its Isle of Man and Glasgow offices

Following a busy start to 2016 which has included three major new contract awards and an increase in demand from existing customers, new roles have been created in PDMS’ support, technical and business development teams.

Jadwiga, Taylor, Vicky, Dave, Adam join PDMS

Left to right - Jadwiga, Taylor, Vicky, Dave, Adam join PDMS based in the Isle of Man 

The Support team, which works closely with clients once systems and websites have gone live, has added three new team members. 

David Kelly joins PDMS as a Support Analyst, returning to the IT industry after several years as Operational Manager in a local wholesalers. David’s previous experience includes support and development roles with AXA and Standard Bank. As someone who enjoys the challenge of problem solving, David is looking forward to resuming his career in analysis.  

Adam Cooper and Taylor Davidson have been appointed to Trainee Support Analyst roles where they will provide day to day support to our clients whilst also further developing their skills in analysis and testing.  Adam holds a BA (Hons) in International Business from Sheffield Hallam University and brings previous analysis experience gained in roles at in RL360 and Zedra. With a Prince2 Foundation qualification, Adam is keen to build on his analysis skills in a software development environment. Taylor joins PDMS from QEII High School and with an interest in engineering and being a logical thinker – a career in analysis appealed.  The “Career Ready” programme helped Taylor gain both insight and practical experience of the IT industry.

Elsewhere in the company, Jadwiga Malkiewicz has joined the Development Team as a Business Analyst. Originally based in Cape Town, South Africa, Jadwiga brings her knowledge in business analyst from RCS – a retail, credit and financial services provider. Passionate about building relationships and solving problems, Jadwiga enjoys working with new technologies and improvement of business processes for clients.

Vicky Rogers recently took up the position of Office Coordinator from Bradda Glen Restaurant and Tea Rooms, where she was the Wedding and Function Coordinator. Having completed a hospitality management course at the Isle of Man College and with experience gained in various roles including the aviation industry, Vicky is well suited to the challenges of helping to run a busy office.

Meanwhile, in our Glasgow office, John Rae joins PDMS as a Business Development Executive. John’s role will be key in building and maintaining relationships throughout Scotland and the UK. John’s previous experience comes from the Recruitment industry with in-depth knowledge of the Commercial & Legal sectors. 

John Rae

John Rae joins the PDMS Glasgow offices

Managing Director, Chris Gledhill comments, “I’m delighted to welcome Adam, David, Jadwiga, John, Taylor and Vicky to the growing team. It’s an exciting time to join PDMS as we have some fantastic projects underway, working with clients locally in the Isle of Man and Scotland and internationally too”.

The demand on desks at PDMS this summer will continue as a number of new interns will be joining the company to gain experience across a number of departments. Public Relations undergraduate, Erin Dunn, has joined our Glasgow office on a summer placement to work on a number of Marketing projects. Lewis Dawson will be taking up a place in the development team at PDMS’ head office in the Isle of Man under the Career Ready internships scheme.  Under the new MICTAcademy scheme, PDMS is also pleased to offer a Network Engineering role as part of a 2 year apprenticeship programme.

David, Jadwiga, Adam, Vicky and Adam