Katharina Hein

Project Manager

I joined Waterstons in November 2017 after finishing my studies at Ludwigshafen University of Applied Science in Germany. After starting as a Transformation/M&A Consultant, I moved into the PMO team, to hone my typical German skillset: being organised and keeping others organised.

I gathered work experience during my studies at SAP in Germany in process management and in sales training at Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation in Japan. Based on what I had learned at university and my experience working in different countries, companies and functions, I had a good understanding what I expected from my future employer and job. Combined with my skillset and where I wanted to go in terms of my career, an opening at Waterstons was the perfect fit.

The opportunities to get involved in interesting client work and challenging projects are numerous and combined with brilliant colleagues, there is no day where I do not feel like I’ve learned something new or grown as a person. So far, I have been involved in various due diligence processes, small and medium project management and delivery assignments and supported big carve-outs as part of M&A activities. I was the project manager for an O365 roll-out for a university in the North East and the next big project that needs someone to keep it on track is already lurking around the corner.

In my free time, I like to snuggle up in a quiet corner enjoying a good book or two, connecting with my friends or working on my language skills. I picked up embroidery recently and enjoy playing games with friends.

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