ASFP further expands its administrative team
The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) has further expanded its team with the appointment of Lauren Smith as Operations Administrator.
Lauren will provide clerical and administrative support to the ASFP’s training, membership and technical departments, taking responsibility for a range of projects. She will play a key role in managing and maintaining data in the ASFP’s new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, website and on-line store and will ensure office procedures are followed at all times.
Lauren joins the ASFP team having previously provided maternity cover for the British Coatings Federation. Prior to this, she worked for five years in automotive purchasing and buying, including at Jaguar Land Rover. In a previous buyer position, she bought parts for James Bond’s Aston Martin from the film, No Time to Die.
Welcoming Lauren to the team, ASFP CEO Steve Davies stated: “The ASFP is growing rapidly and we are expanding the range of services and support we offer to members. Lauren will play a key role in maintaining close contact with our members to ensure we provide tailored services and support. We are delighted to welcome Lauren to the ASFP team and look forward to encouraging her in the development of this important new role.”