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Feedback methods for support services

A reminder of the ways in which staff can offer feedback, raise issues, and offer suggestions for improvements: 

  • Highlight issues with your line manager who will take them forward for you

  • Email/speak to the Head of Department responsible for the area of concern

  • Email/speak to the Executive Team member responsible for the area of concern

  • Aston Innovation 100 – an opportunity for staff and students to email ideas in response to challenges set by the Executive

  • Send an email to ask@aston.ac.uk and it will directed to the appropriate department for a response.

Below are details of staff responsibilities for different areas should you need to contact them to raise any issues.

Aston Students’ Guild – Gary Moulder/George Dowding

Business Partnership Unit – Peter Shearer

Catering and Conference Aston – Fiona Foster

Centre for Staff and Graduate Development – Peter Lakeland/Ann Hartley

Chaplaincy – Jan Wilman

Counselling – Jan Wilman

Development and Alumni Relations Office – Sheila O’Neal

Estates – Alan Charters/Adrian Owen

Finance – Alastair Hewgill/Liz Furey

Human Resources – Cliff Vidgeon

International Office – Wendy Yip

ISA – Phil Extance

Library – Nick Smith

Market Research – Jo Jones

Media and Learning Technologies – Steve Ellis

Nursery – Mike Kirkman

Quality – Anne Wheeler

Reception – David Farrow

Registry – Helen Higson

Research Support Office – Sally Puzey

Residential Services – Janet Reid/Jan Wilman

Safety Office – Jane Tyrell

Schools and Colleges Liaison – James Seymour

Security – Mike Kirkman

Sport Aston – Mike Kirkman

Switchboard – David Farrow

The Hub Advice Zone – Jan Wilman/Jill Wilson

University Communications – David Farrow

If you wish to gain feedback on your own service the Market Research Office can assist you in gaining feedback in the most appropriate way. If you wish to run a survey please contact the Market Research Office who can offer advice and guidance with any such surveys and ensure that surveys being distributed within the University are appropriate and meaningful and timed correctly. Contact Jo Jones on j.j.jones@aston.ac.uk or phone on ext 4782 for further information.

31 May 2012 

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