Can you tell me about your background?

- I have a Master’s Degree in Mechanic, Process and Product Development Engineering from Norwegian University of Life Sciences. I got a summer job in TechnipFMC in 2010. The summer job led to a part-time job, and before I nished the Master Thesis for TechnipFMC I was a full time employee.

Describe a “regular” day at work for you?

- My working day is very varied. I have technical responsibility for several projects and my tasks vary depending on which phase my projects are in. I’m part of the Instrument PDT (Product Delivery Team). We are global responsible for subsea instrument and electrical & optical distribution for TechnipFMC.

- So, my day consists of internal discussions and follow up of interfaces. In addition other typical activities include attending technical meetings with project, other teams, supplier, and customer. I also make technical decisions in terms of risk, cost and delivery.

How do you use your education in the work you do for TechnipFMC?

- Education provides a good platform to learn more. I daily use what I learned at school and from my life as student, as well as constantly build new knowledge.

Do you have any advice for the students reading this?

- Enjoy this time, make friends for life and take advantage of the opportunity you have to learn. Especially take advantage of the time in the lab and workshops.

- Do not wait until you have finished school to get in touch with working life.