Dec. 08, 2017
A high-flying former airline worker is making rapid progress up the career ladder following a successful switch to the housebuilding industry.
Stephanie Tam joined Liverpool-based developer Prospect Homes in May 2016 after previously working in passenger services for a well-known airline company. And just 18 months on, the ambitious 27-year-old’s new career is really starting to take off.
Stephanie learned the ropes in the sales office at Prospect’s landmark Maine Place development, which was built on the site of the former Manchester City football ground, before qualifying as a fully-fledged sales advisor.
Now the senior member of the team at the Rose Gardens development in Clitheroe, Stephanie is using her skills and experience to bring through the next generation of sales talent and is keen to progress her own career with the company.
She said: “I took a leap of faith when I left my previous job to join Prospect Homes but I’ve really enjoyed my time so far working as a sales advisor, so I couldn’t be happier with the choice I made.
“In just 12 months I qualified for my position as a trainee sales advisor, thanks to the support I received from the other sales advisors who helped guide me through my training. I also benefited from using my customer service skills which I had already gained in my previous job.
“I was thrown in at the deep end by working on the development at the old Maine Road football stadium, but that really helped me to progress in the role and learn the ropes quickly.
“I’m now looking to continue my own development as a sales advisor while supporting Jasmine, our newest trainee, in her journey towards qualifying to become a permanent member of the team.”
Liverpool-based housebuilder Prospect Homes is currently building developments across the North West including at Rose Gardens, off Woone Lane in Clitheroe.