Penbre, College Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG
Penbre is directly opposite the entrance for the Main Arts car park in a red brick building.
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|Deputy Secretary / Head of Governance Services||Gwenan Hinefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Governance and Emergency Management|
|Governance Assistant||Leah Edgeemail@example.com|
|Incident Management Assistant||Lauren Robertsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Legal Services, Compliance, and Contracts|
|Legal and Compliance Manager||Anita Thomasemail@example.com|
|Legal and Compliance Assistant||Lynette Williamsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Commercialisation Assistant||Marina Margulisemail@example.com|
|Student Complaints, Discipline, and Appeals|
|Senior Student Conduct and Complaints Officer||Steve Barnardfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Research Governance and Ethics Working Group|
|APVC Research Governance||Robert Rogersemail@example.com|
|Head of Governance Services||Gwenan Hinefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Senior Research Governance and Policy Officer||Colin Ridyardemail@example.com|
|Policy and Regulations Assistant||Jenny Amphaerisfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Gwenan Hine, Deputy Secretary / Head of Governance Services
Gwenan leads Governance Services. She has specific responsibility for governance and management, information governance and compliance, data protection, freedom of information, safeguarding, Prevent, police liaison, emergency management and managing the University’s legal services framework. She takes a lead in providing advice and guidance on legal and policy compliance across the University and acts as the University’s Data Protection Officer, Freedom of Information Officer, Safeguarding Officer and Emergency Manager.
Leah Edge, Governance Assistant
Leah provides support for governance issues generally, in particular arrangements for the meetings of the Council, Court, Senate, and the Council and Senate sub committees. Leah manages the process for flying the University flag, maintains the Honorary Appointments register and assists with the signing and sealing of official documents, as well as supporting Gwenan with the Gifts and Hospitality Policy and the Register of Interests, and with monitoring arrangements for the Scheme for Published Information.
Lauren Roberts, Incident Management Assistant
Lauren supports Gwenan with all aspects of the University’s emergency management framework and also supports wider incident management functions. This includes liaising with North Wales Police, and other agencies and also being the Single Point of Contact for all law enforcement related enquiries including being the point of contact for the University’s Police Community Support Officer. Lauren also supports Gwenan with safeguarding issues, including delivering the requirements of the Prevent Duty. In addition Lauren assists Steve with aspects of his portfolio, in particular in relation to student complaints and disciplinary issues.
Anita Thomas, Legal and Compliance Manager
Anita manages the legal and compliance team within Governance Services. She has specific responsibility for contract management and legal services, including the development of a legal advice library. Anita provides assistance for Gwenan with requests for legal advice from staff. Anita also oversees the University’s response to information requests under the Data Protection and Freedom of Information Acts which is managed on a day to day basis by Lynette. In addition Anita manages the University’s response to consumer marketing legislation and provides advice and guidance to staff on all aspects of consumer marketing.
Lynette Williams, Legal and Compliance Assistant
Lynette provides support for Governance Services with all aspects of compliance activities, and, in particular is responsible for the day-to-day management of freedom of information and data protection requests. She also manages the University's records centres. Lynette works part-time for the Office and is available on Mondays and Tuesdays, and Wednesday mornings.
Marina Margulis, Commercialisation Assistant
Marina supports Anita in providing a responsive and flexible contract management function, especially around commercial and research contracts. In particular, Marina provides direct support to researchers and other University staff in need of Confidentiality Agreements, Consultancy Agreements, Studentship Agreements, Materials Transfer Agreements and/or other contracts relating to the commercialisation, research, impact and innovation activities of the University.
Colin Ridyard, Senior Research Governance and Policy Officer
Colin is the University lead on modernising and updating research governance and ethical processes, providing advice and developing guidance for Colleges on ethics, research ethics, research governance and integrity issues. Managing the University’s research relevant licences in relation to the Human Tissue Act and the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act, Colin is also responsible for managing the University’s corporate policy framework and ensuring all policies meet the needs of the strategic aims and objectives of the University and are all aligned with the University’s Strategic Plan.
Jenny Amphaeris, Policy and Regulations Assistant
Jenny is responsible for ensuring that Governance Services' webpages are kept fully updated. She supports Gwenan with updating the University’s academic regulations, codes of practice, and procedures, and is Secretary to the Senate Regulations and Special Cases Committee. Jenny also arranges and administers all Governance Services training. When needed, she provides support for Lynette on freedom of information requests. Jenny works part-time for the Office and is available Monday to Friday mornings.
Steve Barnard, Senior Student Conduct and Complaints Officer
Steve has specific responsibility for managing the University’s procedures for student discipline, student complaints, unfair practice, fitness / suitability to practice and student appeals. Steve is also responsible for training and development in relation to the University’s emergency management procedures. Steve also consults with the Students’ Union on all aspects of his portfolio.