Cornwall Professional Services Teams
College Administrator responsibilities are broad and wide-ranging including recruitment support, field trip organisation, purchasing, monitoring budgets, support to the whole department, meeting administration including H&S and Departmental Meetings.
The CLES Executive Office team provides support to the Pro Vice Chancellor, the Director of College Operations and the Associate Deans. The CLES Executive Office is the central point of contact for the College and manages a broad range of activities from meeting support (including College H&S Committee, Inclusivity Committee, College Executive Group and College Professional Services Leadership Team) to recruitment and academic promotions panels.
|College contacts||Caroline Haughian||Executive Officer for CLES||C.Haughian2@exeter.ac.uk||01392 725151|
|Sally Bennett||Senior College Administrator||S.Bennett@exeter.ac.uk||01326 255986|
|Keleigh Burgess||College Administrator for CGES||K.Burgess@exeter.ac.uk||01326 255527|
|Jodie Sanderson||PA to Associate Deans||J.Sanderson@exeter.ac.uk||01326 253595|
|Amy Lloyd-Foster||PA to Head of Department, CLES Cornwall||A.Lloyd-Foster@exeter.ac.uk||01326 259160|
The Senior HR Advisor will be the first point of contact for all queries/issues on the Penryn campus.
The HR Advisor Team will support you with queries related to employment, wellbeing or contractual issues, for example, terms and conditions of employment, absence, performance management, family-friendly policies and reward. For any recruitment support/queries, please contact your recruitment team listed below.
The team will support you with the entire recruitment cycle from post approval (SR1 creation) and devising a tailored candidate sourcing strategy to advising on assessment and selection options, right through to assisting with the offer stage.
The Employee Services Team are your first point of contact for generalist advice on HR policies and employment information. We can support you with iTrent and Employee Self-Service queries, managing and taking time off work - including annual leave, sickness and parental leave, providing references and information about your contract.
|Chloe Whittaker||Recruitment Lead||C.A.Whittaker2@exeter.ac.uk||01392 722930|
|Harriet Webber||Recruitment Lead||H.Webber@exeter.ac.uk||01392 722212|
|Employee Services||Luisa D'Alesio||HR Administratorfirstname.lastname@example.org||01392 722711|
|Emma Deavin||HR Administratoremail@example.com||01392 723084|
|Jo Orr||HR Administratorfirstname.lastname@example.org||01392 723411|
|Pensions||Alison Rose||Pension and Reward Advisor||A.J.Rose@exeter.ac.uk||01392 723088|
|Cornwall contact||Sandra Johnson||Senior HR Advisoremail@example.com||01326 259168|
|Employability||Anna Brooking||Employability Manager||A.Brooking@exeter.ac.uk||01392 726317|
and Teaching Quality
|Andy Robinson||College Policy Advisorfirstname.lastname@example.org||01392 725893|
|Cornwall Hub||Kayleigh Sandercock||Hub contact (Bio)||email@example.com||01326 254334|
|Esme Tresidder||Hub contact (Geo)||firstname.lastname@example.org||01326 213855|
|College contacts||Chloe Onoufriou||Head of Research (Cornwall)||email@example.com||07775 542361|
Research Finance Manager for EU / International
|Sarah Ashton||Research Development Manager (Biosciences)||firstname.lastname@example.org||01326 253756|
Shay Sigafoos (maternity cover)
Anna Bawden (maternity leave)
|Research Development Manager (Physical Geography)||email@example.com||01326 259268|
|Annie Sheen||Research Development Advisor (Human Geography)||firstname.lastname@example.org||01326 259360|
|Ruth Banyard||Research Finance Manageremail@example.com||01326 254134|
|Clare Rule||Research Finance Assistant Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||01326 255817|
|Katie Cooke||Research Finance Assistant Manager for EU/Internationalemail@example.com||01326 259281|
|Jo Shepherd||PGR Support Officer||Cornwall-PGR@exeter.ac.uk||01326 213853|
|Doctoral College||Helen Pisarska||Postgraduate Research Support Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||01392 724395|
Postgraduate Research Support Manager
Postgraduate Research Support
Postgraduate Research Administrator
Postgraduate Research Administrator
The Innovation, Impact and Business team works across the research and education landscape.
We are experts in: developing impact; connecting partners; creating opportunities for collaboration; generating value.
Our sector and technical specialists can help you with: impact case study development; building links with potential external partners; income generation (IP, spin-outs, consultancy, facilities access, training services)
|Amie Fulton||Senior Development Manager||A.Fulton@exeter.ac.uk||01326 371886|
Global Advancement is responsible for building long-term relationships with the University’s alumni and supporters around the world. The department is currently working on the University's largest ever fundraising Campaign, 'Making the Exceptional Happen', which aims to raise £60 million and 60,000 volunteering hours by 2020. The Campaign aims to grow research in four key areas: Health, Living Systems, Environment and Sustainability, and Society and Culture, as well as supporting students to achieve their potential through scholarships, bursaries, sports and enhancing employability.
|Stephanie Cherington-Rimmell||Senior Development Manager||S.Cherington-Rimmell@exeter.ac.uk||01392 722236|
The Strategic Marketing team offers advice on all aspects of marketing and can be contacted for help with; Market and student numbers / trends (both Exeter and competitors), Programme development (competitor programmes, trends etc) and pricing, Marketing planning, Branding and identity, All aspects of tactical marketing
The Student Recruitment team works to attract high potential students from all around the world to the University of Exeter and to increase the diversity of students entering higher education. Working with teacher and advisers to raise pupil attainment and widen participation in UK higher education Engaging with prospective students all around the world to help them make informed choices about their future. Creating opportunities to experience University life and our world class campuses through open days, residentials and virtual experiences. Delivering a high quality admissions and enquiries process, supporting prospective students as they enter higher education
The Digital Team are responsible for the University's external-facing web and digital presences and managing the University's visual identity online. Leading on web and digital media development, we provide a professional service to the University, working in partnership with Colleges and Professional Services to support strategic aims and objectives. Using a content-first strategy, we produce websites to meet user needs, ensuring users can easily find the information they are looking for. Through use of targeted copy, images, video and audio we develop clean and simple websites, accessible across all digital platforms and audiences.
|Ruth Thorne||Head of Communications and Marketing||R.Tyrer@exeter.ac.uk|
|Sophie Thompson||Campaign Manager||S.H.Fogden@exeter.ac.uk||01392 725987|
|TBC||College Marketing Officer|
|Sarah Purcell||Student Recruitment Manageremail@example.com||01392 727424|
|Sophie Brough||Student Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator||S.C.Brough@exeter.ac.uk||01392 725818|
|Dan North||Widening Participation & Student Recruitment Assistant||D.S.North@exeter.ac.uk||01392 726638|
|Alex Morrison||Press Officer||A.Morrison@exeter.ac.uk||01392 724828|
|Lucy Corley||Web Officer||L.Corley@exeter.ac.uk||01392 723896|
|Cornwall contacts||Hayley McCormack||Student Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator (Penryn Campus)||H.L.McCormack@exeter.ac.uk||01326 253786|
Financial Planning and Reporting (FPR) are responsible for within year forecasting, 5 year planning and reviewing of budgets.
First point of contact for straightforward queries such as balances, movements of funds and code requests is through firstname.lastname@example.org. This e-mail is manned by the Management Reporting team.
If the query is more complex or you are unsure, please contact the the FPR members listed below.
Procurement are responsible for:
- all buying queries
- help with Competition Waiver Forms
Finance Operations include Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Cash Operations
Accounts Payable are responsible for:
- making payments to suppliers,
- expenses advances,
- purchasing cards,
- student payments
Accounts Receivable are responsible for:
- sales invoicing
- pursuing debts
Financial Planning and
|Andrew Burt||Management Accountantemail@example.com||01392 726228|
|Tracy Hill||Head of Procurement Operations||01392 722288|
|Finance Operations||Joe Titler||Senior Finance Operations Manager||J.Titler@exeter.ac.uk||01392 723743|
|Glenn Allen||Finance Operations Manager (Accounts Payable)||01392 722777|
Finance Operations Manager (Accounts Receivable)
|Izzie Holeman||Expensesfirstname.lastname@example.org||01392 725053|
|Amanda Marks||Workload Administrator||A.Marks@exeter.ac.uk||01392 726325|
IT business partners will advocate on behalf of the Colleges and Professional Services, understanding and challenging their strategies and plans, and ensuring IT services meet their needs. The IT business partners will take responsibility for navigating the University IT landscape on your behalf, ensuring clear communication and connection between the IT team and their customer.
At an operational level, if you need to raise any issues around the support you’ve received you can contact the following;
- Desktop Service - Team Leaders – Greg Laybourn, Rob Beringer, Sue Watling
- AV Service – Team Leaders – Marc Ingram, Bryan Flockhart
- Customer Services Manager – Jill Snelling (who leads the Desktop and AV Teams)
- Research IT Manager – Martyn Brake
|Martyn Brake||Research IT Manager||M.Brake@exeter.ac.uk||01392 725511|
|SID Team||Service email@example.com||01326 213822|
Estate Services is responsible for the planning, management and development of the University estate, and ensuring it is fit for purpose to meet the aims and objectives of the University. The teams of Built Estate, Engineering & Direct Works and Grounds make up the directory of Estate Services with each ensuring that our physical and natural spaces are both safe and support the University’s vision of creating graduates of distinction.
|Frances Vowles||Director - Built Estates||F.Vowles@exeter.ac.uk||01392 724566|