Aston Martin is cast is opening its doors to women and girls as part of an event to inspire the next generation of talent and highlight employment opportunities in the automotive industry on International Women’s Day.
Celebrating International Women’s Day on Wednesday 8 March, Aston Martin is inviting ambitious women and girls from across the country to visit Aston Martin Works, an iconic heritage site in Newport Pagnell, and experience a day in the life of an Aston Martin employee .
The day includes a tour of the Newport Pagnell facility and heritage dealership, as well as a talk and panel event in association with Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula 1.TM team. Guests will also have the opportunity to hear from Aston Martin’s female business leaders before meeting the Aston Martin Formula 1.TM team information director Clare Lansley.
The event is aligned with Aston Martin Competition. Green With a sustainability strategy announced in 2022, the British ultra-luxury brand sets bold goals in all areas of business, from tackling climate change to creating a better environment to building a stronger, more diverse and inclusive company. A key element of the strategy is to have 25% of all Aston Martin management positions held by women over the next five years. The company continues to work to achieve leadership positions for women while supporting ongoing efforts to create equitable spaces for all.
Aston Martin Deputy CEO Simon Smith said: “Aston Martin is passionate about increasing female leadership within the company and encouraging girls to consider the huge career opportunities within the automotive industry. Through initiatives such as this International Women’s Day event and our successful graduate/apprenticeship programmes, we are confident that we will find the right talent for the future of Aston Martin.”
Clare Lansley, Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Chief Information OfficerTM team said: “This year Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant F1TM The team joins forces with Aston Martin to bid for Embrace Equity, offering opportunities to ambitious women and girls. We are excited to host the event at Aston Martin’s heritage site, the Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell, and look forward to future generations of women and girls joining our organizations – as we continue to work to create an inclusive workplace for all.”
The open day for women and girls is for those interested in learning more about career opportunities in the ultra-luxury car sector.
Registration is now open, places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please sign in: https://careers.astonmartin.com/cw/en/job/509816/international-womens-day.