Staff Profiles

Meet our staff

Deborah Morgan, Clerical Officer, Personnel Department

Deborah Morgan, Clerical Officer, Personnel Department

Deborah has worked in the Personnel Department since 2004. Originally employed as the department Receptionist, she has had the opportunity to act up to a higher clerical grade on two occasions and has worked both part-time and full-time hours. In her current acting-up role she provides highly confidential comprehensive secretarial support to the Personnel Manager, ensuring effective diary management and timely preparation of all documentation including committee preparation.

Find out more about Deborah and her experience working at Queen's here.

Ross Archibald, Clerical Officer, School of Pharmacy

Ross Archibald, Clerical Officer, School of Pharmacy

Ross joined Queen’s in 2009 as a grade 2 Clerical Officer, starting in what used to be called the School of Languages, Literatures and Performing Arts and then moving to Personnel as a grade 3 Clerical Officer after 18 months. Almost three years later, Ross went part-time in order to spend part of his week as a stay-at-home dad with his two children and took up a suitable role within the School of Pharmacy where he provides clerical support to the academic staff in the School and is currently acting up to grade 5 Clerical Officer as Postgraduate Administrator.

Find out more about Ross and his experience working at Queen's here.

Neil Meharg, Clerical Officer, Centre for Experimental Medicine

Neil Meharg, Clerical Officer, Centre for Experimental Medicine

Neil has been a Clerical Officer at Queen’s for almost seven years now, coming here initially through a recruitment agency before successfully competing for a permanent post at the University. Currently in his third role since joining Queen’s, he works in the Centre for Experimental Medicine, a medical research facility investigating eye diseases and diabetic complications.  His role ranges from carrying out day-to-day duties like manning the reception and dealing with enquiries from students and staff to the management of complex projects. 

Find out more about Neil and his experience working at Queen's here.