Central Administration and Finance, Queen's Campus
Welcome to Central Administration and Finance, Queen's Campus. Our main office is located on the first floor of the 'A' wing in the Holliday Building. From this page find out more about the services we provide to students, staff and visitors to Queen's Campus.
Fortunate to be located in a striking waterfront setting, overlooking the stunning Infinity Bridge, the Central Administration and Finance Teams is responsible for providing a broad assortment of support services for students, staff and visitors to Queen’s Campus.
Our team, although not always visible, plays an important part in ensuring that the Campus runs effectively and smoothly. Our aim is to ensure that support activities operate efficiently and to assist in taking forward actions to help underpin planned developments.
The services delivered by the team range from finance, community events, office services (including reception and a reprographics facility), looking after the inter-campus bus contract, through to support for open days and other Campus events. The workload is varied and interesting and the team enjoys the contact with students and staff that their roles entail and being part of a small close knit group of people that provides assistance wherever possible.
As well as their “day jobs”, the team have committed themselves to helping the local community by carrying out a number of volunteer team challenges. In addition to the usual gardening projects, we operate a particularly innovative pilot scheme that provides work placements for adult returners to work and people with disabilities.
The team plays a role in sustainability issues by promoting “green” measures across the Campus, fostering recycling, monitoring paper usage, leading on green travel matters and working with Champions from other areas to ensure we contribute to achieving our carbon reduction commitment. Queen’s has the advantage of modern, energy efficient buildings but we also need to focus on changing our attitudes if we are to get close to meeting the difficult targets for carbon reduction.