Cartmel College, Lancaster University, LANCASTER LA2 0LT, United Kingdom. Telephone +44 (0)1524 592431 firstname.lastname@example.org
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All members of the University staff are members of a college and are also known as ‘senior members’, but in addition the college also has a small number of staff working within the college to look after members’ needs.
Phone (01524) (5)94417
As College Principal, Tom is responsible for overall strategic leadership, management and oversight of College operations. He will also represent the college within the broader university community as a member of the University Senate and other venues. He will work closely with the JCR, SCR and overall college membership.Tom’s other position with the university is Director of Recruitment, Admissions and International Development. This role involves work here at Lancaster’s Bailrigg Campus as well as our overseas teaching locations and a wide variety of external partners worldwide.
Phone (01524) (5)92199
James has been a member of Cartmel since beginning his undergraduate degree at Lancaster in 2008. He was an active junior member of the college and served on the JCR exec for two years as AV Technician. James went onto do a MSc in Statistics and joined the College Advisor Team in 2011.
During his time as a student James worked part time for LUSU, initially as part of the Events Crew then accepting a full time position when he completed his masters in September 2012 as Events and Tech Coordinator. James joined UKSRO as a Student Recruitment Officer in April this year, he has continued with his role as a College Advisor and has been an active and committed member of Cartmel SCR over the past four years. We are confident that he will represent Cartmel well and will contribute much to the college and wider university community.
Phone (01524) (5)92431
Cath Fletcher is the College Manager and her main role is to ensure the smooth running of the College and provide support to the College Principal, College Officers and JCR Exec. If you encounter any problems at all, from being homesick to finding yourself in financial difficulties, then Cath will be your first port of call, no problem is too big or indeed too small. She is always willing to offer soothing words and a cup of tea! If Cath can’t help you then she will certainly be able to point you in the right direction. There is always help at hand in the College or wider University and you can be assured that all conversations are confidential. Settling into a new environment can be a daunting experience but you’re not on your own, we are here to make sure that you have the best experience possible and enjoy every minute of your time at University. Cath’s Office is A22 between the JCR and the Porters’ Lodge. You’re more than welcome to drop in at any time with any query.
Phone (01524) (5)92455
Andrea Townsend’s main duties is the responsibility for the day to day management of the accommodation within Cartmel. She is more than happy to help with advice or guidance surrounding your accommodation or payment of fees.
Phone (01524) (5)92287
Lyndsey is here to ensure that you have a safe and relatively peaceful time during your stay in Cartmel. Working alongside the Assistant Deans, Dulcie, Keely and Nicola investigate and resolve and disciplianry issues that crop up.
During the day Lyndsey works at the Careers Service where she runs courses and events to help students land their dream job when they graduate.
Phone (01524) (5)93131
As Senior Advisor, Adam is responsible for the College's welfare system. He recruits and oversees the work of the Advisors and generally ensures that the College pastoral provision operates as it should. Adam is always happy to provide advice to any member of the college if they are experiencing difficulties.
Phone (01524) (5)93672
As a College Wellbeing Officer I will work effectively with those in need of support around a variety of issues that affect the student experience. Prior to starting work at Lancaster University I have worked for the last 20 years in various health and social care roles with the last 10 in the NHS as an Occupational Therapist. I have a wide variety of interests that include theatre, playing and watching football, walking, leading a Beaver (Scout) group and spending time with my family.
Tom works in the Law School. He graduated from Lancaster in 2009 with an LL.B (Hons), and is nearing completion of his PhD in Public Law. As Praelector Tom is the deputy-Dean of Cartmel and, along with the Dean and the Assistant Deans, is responsible for upholding discipline in the College. Tom can be reached via email, or found in his office, located on C-floor of Bowland North.
Phone (internal extension number) 92304
Jonathan, Simon, Stewart and George's duties are numerous. Many of these are mundane but essential to the running of the college. So, from time to time, when you really need the porter because you have locked yourself out and you’re wearing nothing but a towel, he will undoubtedly be in the mail room or out buying a bacon sandwich! Joking aside, the porters are usually the first port of call for the 1001 questions that you will have regarding the college and the uni, and there is a porter on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week during termtime. The porters are here to make your life in Cartmel as easy as possible. If the porter cannot answer your query, he should, theoretically, know someone who can. Problems relating to maintenance, whether in your bedroom, bathroom, kitchen or in your flat in general, should be reported online at http://estates.lancs.ac.uk/EstatesFM/ but if you are unable to access the online service, you can report the problem to the Porter on duty.
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