Employee Profile: Andrew Deller

Our Employee profile this month is Andrew Deller (Market Researcher). Please see below to get know a bit more about him.

  1. Why you started working with Primary Care People?

    I started working with Primary Care People after I was unfortunately made redundant from my last job as a PGA Assistant Golf Professional at St Neots Golf Club and needed to seek employment elsewhere. I wanted to find a job closer to home that allowed me to become financially secure. I liked the idea of beginning a career in a different industry to develop my skills that can be used within work and generally in life and to enjoy a different challenge outside the sporting environment.

  2. What you enjoy most about working here?

    Since I have been here, I have enjoyed the training and the variety of modules that I have been taught that all relate to becoming a consultant. It has been interesting learning new skills that I can utilise now that I am working on live roles helping GP’s and nurses find work. My colleagues have made it very easy to settle in and are always willing to help out.

  3. What do you do in your spare time?

    In my spare time I play and watch a lot of sport. I have been into football, golf and badminton from a young age and enjoy playing as much as I can. I also enjoy going to the cinema, watching live music, going to comedy gigs and socialising with my friends.

  4. What is your favourite food?

    My favourite food would have to be a Nando’s. I tend to have one or two a week! Other favourite cuisines include Italian, Indian and a good old Sunday Roast. Lindt chocolate also goes down a treat!

  5. What is your best achievement?

    My best achievement would have to be when I qualified to become a PGA Professional and graduated going through a 3 year degree course along with playing ability tests and coaching exams.

  6. Best advice anyone has given you?

    Being a sports fan and competitor, I think the advice ‘never give up’ has always rung true for me. The number of times great comebacks have occurred shows anything can happen however unlikely.