women at terex

Terex has a large footprint in Northern Ireland, operating across eight locations and employ over 2,000 team members. We are committed to ensuring that our team members thrive personally and professionally.

Through programs like our Affinity Groups, Women@Terex, Mentorships, and a variety of learning and development programs, we strive to create an inclusive environment where all team members feel heard, supported, and empowered to reach their full potential. 

We are actively working to increase representation of women in our workplace because women are often underrepresented in manufacturing organizations. We are making excellent progress, and supporting women through mentoring, training, and development. We also use our talent development process to identify qualified women for their next role(s) within our organization. Find out more about some of our female team members below.

Latest Terex Team Member Videos

Meet Mairéad, a member of the Terex GBS UK Senior Management team based at our Centre of Excellence in Lurgan. Mairéad leads a large global team of finance and accounting professionals across the United States, Australia, and Europe. Our strong corporate culture supports Mairéad as she balances her busy home life with flexible working at GBS, giving her the opportunity to continue to build on her exciting career with Terex. 

Kerry first joined the team in Final Assembly before learning how to weld, facilitated by Terex Ballymoney via a training team, buddy system and on-the-job training. Kerry is now progressing through the Welding Academy and upon completion will become a qualified, industry-recognised coded welder. 'Here I'm just part of the lads - anything they get to do I get to do - you're given as good a chance as anyone else!'

As part of a series of interviews with our 'Female Fitter Academy' team members, Roisin Steenson, Assembly Fitter at Terex talks about why she joined Terex, how Terex has supported her in her role, and all importantly - what life is like working as a female in a manufacturing role. 

"I don't think I'm treated any differently, being a woman... women are encouraged to apply for any internal roles opening just as much as the men, there is so much to opportunity to grow your career here as well... I think Terex a great place to work for in terms of equality.' Samantha Burke, Buyer, Terex Ballymoney shares her story.

Team members from the Terex Global Parts Distribution Centre in Dungannon Business Park put together a short video to mark International Women's Day highlighting the important roles they play, and why they want to see more women considering a career with Terex.

As part of our series of videos with successful applicants to our 'Female Fitter Academy', Niamh Power talks about what attracted her to Terex and what it is like working as an Assembly Fitter at Terex Campsie.

Terex team members in Dungannon featured in a short video to highlight and celebrate International Women's Day 2023.