Meg Bailey

Site Supervisor

What do you most enjoy about your role? 

I enjoy being kept on my toes. I like how you have to be organised, yet ready to respond as anything can change. I also love the fact that you will never know everything as every day is a learning day. I’m also really target driven; I get a thrill out of trying to work out how to hit our targets. 

What does a family business mean to you? 

For me it’s not all about being blood relatives, its all of us as a whole. As colleagues we learn from each other when it gets tough and we are each other’s biggest supporters - to me that’s what family is all about and I believe Conway really pushes for that mentality.

How do you feel you have benefitted from the apprenticeship programme at FM Conway?

The apprenticeship programme gave me a holistic understanding of my role and how my skills can be best applied to fulfil my potential. Fortunately, FM Conway’s in-house resources and expertise has complimented my progression within the apprenticeship and allowed me to succeed, providing me with a wide range of new opportunities - I’d thoroughly recommend it.

What is your proudest achievement since joining FM Conway? 

My proudest achievement was when I had the opportunity to lead aspects of the women’s work experience week. The experience was truly inspiring to have the young professionals spend a day with me visiting different sites, listen to their career aspirations and what interests them about the industry. It brought a great sense of pride to know that I was able to have an influence on the girls and change their perception of what site supervision looks like. 

What are you passionate about? 

I am passionate about learning new things and exploring different roles within the company to learn and absorb as much as I can.

What might someone be surprised to know about you? 

I was FM Conway’s first female Trainee Site Supervisor.

If you didn’t enter this line of work, what else might you be doing? 

I went to college and studied Forensic Science, so I would have probably pursued that line of work.