Jessica Armstrong

Client Support Officer

Jessica Armstrong

Career Profile

Jess joined the Active team in July 2019 following a six-month long project with MD Karl Pemberton through Jess’s Teesside University Business School Course.

Jess previously worked for 3 years at EE as a customer service advisor where she helped clients with a wide variety of complex issues.

Key Services

Jess works part time at Active while she studies for the Degree in Business Management at Teesside University, Jess’s coursework inclues ethical practices in business, which is a strong focus at Active.

“My final dissertation is about workplace wellbeing, so I know working at a company where staff wellbeing is so important will really help me with my studies”

In her role as Client Support Officer, Jess works closely with Active’s advisers and financial planners, helping to build those invaluable client relationships

“Jess stood out in her group at Teesside University Business School and I was keen to support her in her further studies and professional career” says our MD, Karl Pemberton

Qualifications

  • Currently in 3rd year of Degree in Business Management at Teesside University
  • Access to Higher Education in Media Studies
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