Craig Currie

Staff Profiles – Craig

Here at Great Annual Savings, our people are at the heart of everything we do. So, as part of National Careers Week 2020, we decided to shine a spotlight on some of our GAS family.

In this feature, Craig Currie, our Pricing Specialist, explains exactly what it’s like to live #TheGASLife.

How long have you worked at GAS?

I have worked for GAS since Monday 6th January so around seven weeks now.

How would you describe GAS in five words or less?

Professional, Friendly, Corporate.

How would you describe your role in three words?

Rewarding, Challenging, Demanding.

Have you always worked in the energy sector? If not, what other sectors have you worked in?

No, I haven’t always worked in the energy sector, I have worked in this sector for nearly five years but before this I was in the software sector working for global brand, Sage (UK) for 12 years.

What are your professional aspirations?

My professional aspirations are to be successful. So, being recognised amongst my colleagues and peers for the right reasons, making as much money as I can but in the right way and being offered more senior roles within the organisation.

How would you describe the company culture at GAS?

The company culture at GAS is hard-working, professional, friendly and helpful.

Top 3 tips for anybody looking to carve a career in the industry?

Be positive, motivational, hardworking and have a goal set whether that is a financial goal or a career goal.

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Paul JohnsonGroup Financial Director

Paul Johnson is very much a home-grown talent.

He joined Great Annual Savings Group in its infancy, fresh from a youth career as a professional footballer with Hartlepool United.  He quickly established a reputation within the business and aced all required accountancy qualifications in the space of four years to become the Group’s Management Accountant.

Several successful projects later, Paul was promoted to Head of Finance.  When the former FD left GAS, he took on the mantle of the business’ most senior finance professional; boasting a string of incredible achievements all under the age of 30.


“I have witnessed phenomenal growth at the Group over the many years I’ve worked here and I’m looking forward to guiding the Group into an exciting new chapter.”

Interesting fact:

Paul made his professional debut for Hartlepool United against Bournemouth in the Football League.  Some say Danny Ings still resides in his pocket to this day.