Jo Carris is an energy manager, working on the London 2012 Olympic Games. This Department for Education clip could be used when teaching about sustainable development or energy efficiency. It also demonstrates the exciting careers that require skills in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM).
Jo describes her job at the London Olympics, where she manages the design team responsible for the use of energy efficiency measures and renewable energies on the site. She describes how physics A-level has really helped in her role in which she uses mathematics and physics skills daily.
Jo says, "I help to create energy efficient buildings and protect the environment. I'm really proud of what I do, and I love having a job that benefits the entire planet as well as leaving a legacy for the future."
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