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Badminton Ace is Chemical Engineering Graduate at INEOS

Badminton Ace is Chemical Engineering Graduate at INEOS


(gentle electronic music) (shuttlecocks being hit) (dubstep music) – Mental strength is a very
important aspect of badminton that can serve as a very decisive aspect in a competitive badminton match. My name is Davidson Ching. I’m the Polymers Process Support Engineer for the Olefins & Polymers Business, UK. I grew up in Singapore. I went to the University of Manchester. In Manchester, I studied
Chemical Engineering. I actually love science and mathematics and I knew that that was
something I wanted to do. (upbeat electronic music) I first heard of INEOS when
I was at the careers fair. I was interested and attracted to INEOS because of Jim Ratcliffe’s
straight talk philosophy, which actually encourages you to speak up and challenge the status quo. And you’re allowed to voice your opinions no matter how junior you are. Since day one, I have
definitely started with real responsibilities and real jobs and that allows us to
understand the business better. The working environment here
is really warm and friendly, we undergo training to
develop our technical skills, as well as management
and behavioural skills. My current role is the Polymers
Process Support Engineer, I develop and deliver key
projects that would actually benefit the plant’s
production and efficiency. We monitor the flaring of hydrocarbon and carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. This is vital in ensuring that we meet the site’s environmental standards. I love the challenge that
my current role pose, it is definitely not boring. Outside of work, I love playing badminton. (shuttlecocks being hit) I like playing badminton
because it definitely helps me wind down after a long day at work. (intense electronic music) You need to have focus in a
competitive badminton match. I do not enjoy playing
casual badminton games, I’m definitely motivated by challenge.

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