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Career success stories

 Jessica Williams




Sales Administration Manager

 “I started at D&G during my gap year before I went to University back in 2002 as an administrator in the Stourportoffice. My training at the office was given by Andrew O’Neill (now our Sales Director). Andrew taught me everything about the company, products, processes, procedures and systems.

“In 2003 I moved to the Hereford branch where I became the Assistant Sales Co-ordinator, within this role I completed an apprenticeship in Business Administration.

“During this period I realised there were definite career opportunities for me at Domestic and General and so I decided against going to university in order to pursue my career. 

 “In 2006 I moved to the Worcester branch where I became the Data Processing Supervisor and in 2007 progressed to Sales Administration Manager, my current role. Today I am responsible for the administration function within the sales department meaning I manage six departments, comprising over 30 members of staff. 

 “Within my various roles I have always been supported by my line manager Andrew O’Neill and by the company.

 “I have been able to complete a number of internal and external courses throughout my career and in total I have now have 18 certificates for all sorts of courses and I am currently completing an NVQ Level 4 in Business Management.

 “Not going to university was the best decision that I have ever made!”

Natasha Bennett




Health and Safety Officer

“I started employment with Domestic and General as Booking Administrator in 2004 progressing to Technical Quality Coordinator then finally progressing to my current role as Health and Safety Officer.

“Domestic and General have been very keen to support my development and progression into Health and Safety and encouraged me to take the opportunity to train and study in order to develop my role and understanding of such a complex and important area for our business. 


“Indeed, I have been able to achieve my NEBOSH Health & Safety Qualification and am currently studying for an Environmental Management Certificate as part of my continuing professional development. I am also now a Technician member of IOSH (Tech IOSH) and Member of the Institute for Learning.

“Furthermore, in July 2010 I achieved qualified teaching status following two years of evening courses. These were funded by me but I was able to utilize training sessions I delivered to employees of Domestic & General for my portfolio which was invaluable. 

“As an employer, Domestic and General invest in their employees, and know their employees are their strength.  As an employee I very much feel part of a team, finding everyone from Director level downwards approachable and supportive.  I very much enjoy working for Domestic and General and am very grateful to them for seeing my potential and giving me career development opportunities.”