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Leaving collection for Jenni Pennington

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Kyle Anderson

Leaving collection for Kyle Anderson

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Kyle is leaving the University after 11 years' service to start a new challenge working offshore. His last day at Estates will be on Friday on 6 May 2022.

After gaining a HNC in Mechanical Engineering at Fife College, Kyle joined the University as a Gas Maintenance and Facilities Apprentice in August 2011 within the Heating Team, which was managed by Bob McKendrick.

Throughout his 4 year apprenticeship Kyle learned and worked closely with several journeymen; Barry Farnan, Bob Dingwall, Chris Curr and Graeme Lumsden on a wide range of heating systems. From state of the art technologies to antiquated systems, across 200 buildings gaining valuable experience along the way. Kyle's engineering abilities, positive attitude and friendly nature was a true asset to the Heating Team and following completion of his apprenticeship his role was made permanent. Kyle went on to work as a Heating Engineer for 4 years before making the switch to building management systems when the role of BMS Technician arose within the BMS Team. After his first year, he was truly thrown in the deep end steering the BMS Team throughout the Covid pandemic, while the BMS Engineer was away on maternity leave. Kyle excelled during this time, taking responsibility for the CO2 monitoring project, whilst also managing pre-planned maintenance and reactive works, the training of new BMS Technician, Jamie Todd, and also working on the reopening of buildings project. Kyle has since continued to work hard whilst continuing professional development by undertaking various training programs and courses such as Passport to Management, BCIA controls and Siemens courses.

We are sad to see Kyle go but offer him our sincere thanks and wish him all the best on his new adventure.
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Mark Cathro

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Mark Cathro, Business Productivity Liaison Officer (IT Services) is leaving the University of St Andrews in May to take on a new role as Service Delivery Manager at a cyber security company in Edinburgh.
Mark is a well known and popular member of staff through the regular IT awareness sessions, Cuppa Teams, staff inductions and interactions via the popular Microsoft 365 User Community that he helps to run.
In recent years, Mark has also raised thousands of pounds for charities which are close to his heart. (Photo shows Mark during the London Marathon last year – where he raised over £4000 for Diabetes UK)
In IT Services, we will miss Mark a great deal and know colleagues from around the University will want to wish him well for this next chapter.
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