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Serco Employee Supports RAN with Innovations

March 25, 2021

Serco Employee Supports RAN with Innovations

Serco’s Tanya Alempijevic is supporting critical Royal Australian Navy (RAN) weapons capability with new innovations.
 

After joining the RAN at the age of 17 as an Electronics Technician specializing in combat systems maintenance, Tanya has built an impressive career that now sees her making a notable impact in the Defence Industry. After 8 years in the Navy, Tanya continued to develop her expertise through a variety of interesting roles, including time as a crane driver for a steel fabrication company, which at the time was a male dominated workforce. Tanya joined Serco in 2008, working on Garden Island as a Technician for the Fleet Marine Services Contract (FMSC) before moving into a maintenance planning role for Serco’s Mini Typhoon, Typhoon, and Toplite (MTTT) contract. Serco have supported the RAN MTTT capability since 2006, signing a new contract with the Australian Defence Force in 2018 to provide in-service support to the MTTT systems deployed on 23 ships of the RAN. Tanya recently took on the role of Lead Planner for the MTTT contract and has completed a Graduate Certificate in Asset Management. She is working toward a Graduate Diploma.
   —Please visit https://www.serco.com/aspac/news/media-releases/2021/sercos-tanya-alempijevic-is-leading-the-way-with-new-innovations-to-support-critical-navy-weapons-capability to read the complete article.