I look after data collection and reporting, research and evaluations and systems development. My aim is to provide everyone at RAMM with information on visitor numbers and what our visitors think of us. I work on finding better ways to share information with our visitors.
How I ended up at RAMM
I trained as a scientist then after that worked for several engineering companies. In my previous jobs I worked on a wide range of products. Two examples are, batteries for electric cars and vacuum cleaners. I have also helped businesses use cutting edge technologies like 3D printing. Working at RAMM gives me the opportunity to use my numbers experience in the arts sector, which has been a lot of fun.
Best part of my job
I learn something new every day at RAMM. I particularly enjoy working with committed and friendly staff and volunteers. Joining the staff and volunteer choir has been a definite highlight!
What I like most about RAMM
I like working in a place that is so well-loved in Exeter, my adopted City after coming to study here in 1988. I find the building a lovely space to work in, with fantastic exhibits. For example, my favourite exhibit is the big church bell in Making History gallery. I can see history in my day job, and be close to an object that was around in a Somerset bell tower in 1420.