About Us

Cameron

Cameron is one of our ServiceDesk Support Analysts in our technical team at Grant McGregor.

Cameron left school in 2016, deciding to pursue a career in IT. Through QA Apprenticeships Cameron got the role of an apprentice at Grant McGregor; a great opportunity to work and gain new IT skills and knowledge on the job.

Now a year on from that starting point, Cameron is a permanent member of the GM team. His helpful nature and passion for IT makes him excellent frontline support for our clients on the Grant McGregor ServiceDesk.

Give an example of something positive you’ve learned from working in IT?

In my short career working in the IT industry I feel my ability to work effectively with others continues to improve day to day. In this line of work, you face a variety of differing opinions and methods, which means you must become flexible with others and adapt to efficiently work as a team.

What’s your favourite film in the whole world and why?

To decide on a favourite film is difficult question, I’d have to say Step-Brothers because no matter how many times I have seen it I can’t help but laugh. However, I’m a huge fan of other films such as Forrest Gump, Toy Story, Saving Private Ryan and the Bourne trilogy, these are films I have watched countless times.

What makes you laugh heartily every time and why?

My favourite comedians Frankie Boyle and Kevin Bridges always entertain me. Episodes of Top Gear / The Grand Tour always give me a laugh, I’m a huge fan of the chemistry between the trio Clarkson, Hammond & May.

If you had a whole week out to do something you really wanted and were given £1000 gratis to do it, what would you do and why?

With the money I’d love to rent a villa somewhere abroad for the week and have all of my mates go with me. There’s nothing I enjoy more than being in the company of my friends, just chilling out and having a laugh.

Tell us something that you personally aim to achieve inside the next 5 years.

Within the next 5 years I’d love to continue my education and growth within IT, taking on more responsibility and liability. Ideally following my apprenticeship I’d grab at the opportunity to complete a university degree.