IT Service Development ManagerUniversity of Sunderland
Daniel started working with the University of Sunderland’s IT Services department in October 2003 as a Modern Apprentice, before moving into the role of Systems Administrator, and then Systems Manager. Today he is running a team of staff as IT Service Development Manager. During this time Daniel has gained a First in BSc Computer Studies.
Young Scientist Centre ManagerUniversity of Central Lancashire
Liz joined the team in Jan 2014, directly after completion of her PhD in Cell Biology. Within six months she'd developed a partnership with the Royal Institution (RI) and coordinated the construction of a purpose-built outreach laboratory – the Young Scientist Centre, the first outside of the RI HQ in London. Since then, she has developed collaborations with an extensive list of businesses, professional bodies, educators and academics, in both sponsorship and partnership arrangements
Formerly Multimedia News OfficerUniversity of Leicester
Amy’s work for the historic reinterment of Richard III was invaluable, both to the University and members of the Richard III partnership involving Leicester Cathedral, the city, and county councils. For the University, Amy was instrumental in completing the story of Richard III across print and digital platforms. In the two weeks leading up to the reinterment, she prepared a number of tweets retelling the history of the University’s discovery. This involved a mixture of images, videos, quotes and links to news items.
Lucy joined a newly formed team within Lancaster University in November 2013 to work on a groundbreaking £32m project to support cities across England establish new business growth hubs and create over 2,500 new private sector jobs. Recruited as an administrator in the Secretariat to manage the public funding for this scheme, she hit the ground running and from day one was communicating with local authorities across the country answering questions on how they could apply for funds.
Housekeeping and Cleaning Services Manager
Amy’s accomplishments in her role to date have been numerous, from ensuring team members are performing their duties to consistently high standards and are being recognised for the work they undertake, to liaising with stakeholders across the University estate to manage their expectations and ensure the team meets the ever-changing business needs. Amy has embraced this with enthusiasm, professionalism and dedication and has been recognised for the positive impact and evident improvements across the University.
The University of Manchester
Alex works tirelessly to develop initiatives which engage with people on all levels, inside and outside of the University. Since joining Manchester in 2009, Alex has shown an unwavering dedication and commitment to the issues surrounding energy conservation and sustainability. He has implemented a number of challenging new initiatives leading to significant reductions in waste, energy consumption and improved awareness amongst staff and students.
International Regional Development Manager
University of Sunderland
Ian Moody entered the role of International National Region Development Manager at an extremely challenging time for universities entering the overseas market. Tasked with expanding and stabilising the University of Sunderland’s Middle East and African markets, Ian developed relationships with local agents and colleges, gained a deep understanding of the market, and was instrumental in creating new income streams and bringing stability and growth to this key area of international recruitment.