Name:                                                Judith Fullard

Company Role/Job Title:                 Admin Manager

Describe your typical working day:

There’s really no such thing... 

Although a large part of the admin team’s work is routine – processing contract paperwork, timesheets and payments – there’s always something out of the ordinary to deal with. A large part of my time is spent dealing with email questions and queries and the rest I’m knee deep in paper!

As I’ve been working here for over 10 years I’m often the person who has dealt with something similar before – although the number and variety of new situations never ceases to amaze me

Best thing about the max20 office?

The people of course! So many different backgrounds and strengths, all working as one great team

Worst thing about the max20 office?

Some of those same wonderful colleagues who have no idea how to load a dishwasher efficiently – what is wrong with these people??

What did you want to be when you were growing up?

A nurse – I’d have hated it and been useless, I can’t stand the sight of blood

Do you have a favourite quote or a favourite line from a movie?

“I love it when a plan comes together” Hannibal (George Peppard) in the A Team

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Which Mr. Men/Little Miss character to describe both your work and your home personality

Have they invented Little Miss Control Freak? (see previous dishwasher comments)

If you could interview one person (dead or alive) who would it be and what would you ask?

The person who first ate an oyster – what made them think that might be edible?

What would you like to be famous for?

I wouldn’t – I can’t imagine anything worse than your whole life being examined and discussed in the media

Best book you have ever read?

The Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy – Douglas Adams

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First concert attended?

Frankie Goes to Hollywood at the Manchester Apollo – I queued in the snow for tickets (pre-internet days)

Can you tell us a joke?

I’d like everyone to think about the difficulties faced by dried grapes – it’s a raisin awareness campaign

Thanks for sharing Judith!


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