School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
My role is to support Electronics, Robotics and Computing teaching by managing resources from the Project Store in the open plan lab facility in Smeaton. The store deals with loan-able equipment for teaching and projects, carries stock of electronic components, runs the School’s estore page, and completes purchases from external suppliers for project student and staff, within the school of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics. I also manage access to the Smeaton labs for students wanting to use the space out of lessons, and provides general technical support for the facility.
In addition to my core role, I coordinate the student aspect of the annual Electronic and Robotics Project Showcase Day, and create the proceedings for the event.
2019-Present: Technical representative for School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics’ Equality, Diversity & Inclusion panel
2018-2019: Technical representative for School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics’ Athena SWAN panel.
2018-Present: Display Screen Equipment Assessor for School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics now School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics.
2018-Present: First Aider
2019-Present: Mental Health First Aid Champion
2019: Highly commended for the “One in a Million Support Staff” SSTAR award
2013-2016: ResM Equitation Science, University of Plymouth "Investigating evaluator bias in assessment of potential performance horses with respect to horse coat colour"
2012-2009: BSc (Hons) Equine Science, Greenwich University, Hadlow College Campus.
Over 10 years’ experience working in customer service roles in retail, and in the hospitality and events sector.