Jasmine Stefanac, our Technical Sales Manager at SOLVE, enjoys her current role where she provides clients with the best treatment solutions for their waste problem.
She shares her journey from a Graduate Engineer to a Technical Sales Manager, her love for SOLVE, and how she ensures SOLVE is at the forefront of the most difficult waste projects!
Who or what inspired you to take up a career in engineering?
I always enjoyed STEM subjects in school, the never-ending learning across all disciplines and the exposure of new technologies entering the engineering space. It’s a career where creativity and science meet. I liked the hands-on approach to work on real life applications with the ability to constantly transform the concepts/projects that shape our daily world.
What attracted you to Enviropacific SOLVE?
I joined as an intern having to complete placement for my chemical engineering degree. What I value most about Enviropacific is the fact that the company is at the forefront of innovation within the remediation, water, and the resource recovery sector. Though the team was much smaller at the time, I’ve been able to grow alongside the company and watch it expand into the various sectors.
Tell us a bit more about your current role.
I’ve been a part of the SOLVE team since December 2018, where I started as an intern completing my Chemical Engineering and Business Management degree. I joined the team full time in 2020 where I moved through various roles and departments within the engineering, compliance, operations and now sales team.
Being in the Sales team has given me the opportunity to be at the forefront of a range of client projects ranging from infrastructure, property to industrial. I enjoy being able to provide treatment solutions for their present waste problems.
What do you enjoy most about working at SOLVE?
The PEOPLE – everyone across the business is always happy and eager to assist each other. The knowledge sharing within the company is continuously growing and improving, which assists in us being at the forefront of the most difficult waste projects.
What has helped shape the person you are today?
My immediate and extended family, my European influence (love of food and entertaining), the values and ethics they instilled but most importantly the fact that they always reiterated that anything that you do or experience try and find the light of the situation… I think it’s the reason I always try to have a smile!