RAM's 2017 Recruits

30 Jan 2018

Last year, RAM employed another two new members of staff as a result of our further growth and success. We welcomed Mark Kerr in February and Elaine Morley soon after in June.  After more than a good few months here, we feel it’s time to share a little more about them…


Before gaining his 15 years (and counting) of experience in the oil and gas industry, Mark started off in the motor trade where he learned his skills in salesmanship selling for a Peugeot dealer.

After moving on from cars, Mark started out his oil and gas career as a yard person learning the essentials and gaining experience first-hand with tubulars. After this Mark moved to Account Management and then progressed further to Sales/Business Development mostly dealing with Western Europe working for companies including Hunting Energy Services and NOV Tuboscope.

With his extensive experience and brilliant networking and socialising skills, Mark has become a great addition to the RAM team. Away from his working life, Mark is a family man with two young girls who he loves spending time with. He also enjoys playing golf and supporting Aberdeen FC.



E3Our Irish addition to the team, Elaine first came into contact with RAM whilst working for ASCO, a service provider to the oil and gas industry in Aberdeen.  At the time she thought us a fine bunch of people who she would like to work with and as luck would have it, she is here with us now in her role as RAM Environmental Manager.  Elaine is an ideal candidate for the position here as she started out studying as an Environmental Scientist at Kings College, London and went on to gain a great deal of experience in Waste Management having worked in both public and private sectors.

Outside of the working world, anything to do with water rocks her boat! She holds various RYA qualifications and is a PADI Open Water Diver.  In the past she has lived on two boats including a Lloyds Registered small ship.  Elaine bought one of her boats in Worcester and took it by river and sea around the south coast to a fixed mooring on the Thames at Canary Wharf.  Fortunately, the boat is no longer in her life as it might be eyed up a as a nice piece of scrap! 

Another passion is using her trusty VW California Camper Van for travel in Scotland and further afield in the UK and Europe enjoying leisure time with family.


As always, we would like to wish both of our latest employees continued success and a happy career here at RAM Tubulars Scotland Ltd!



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