Our team combines strategic, creative and friendly talents!
We are a friendly team here at DangerPoint, made up of 4 full time staff and 13 sessional workers-our Rangers.
Here’s a little more about our Team:
Julie – Centre Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
I started work for DangerPoint in 2006 and since then the centre and my role has changed with each new development. I am basically responsible for the centre, the finances, the team and reporting to the Board of Trustees. The centre and the programmes that we deliver have developed over the years to win numerous awards for the charity that we are all very proud of. It is a pleasure to work with such a fabulous, dedicated team of people in such wonderful surroundings and I am very lucky to be able to say that I enjoy coming to work each day.
Cat – Deputy Manager email@example.com
I started working at DangerPoint in 2006 as a Ranger and joined the full time team in 2007. Within my role, I am responsible for all our social media and online outlets (come and say hi) and generating copy for our promotional materials. I oversee all the projects that are run at DangerPoint ensuring that they are up-to-date and relevant and I also have the pleasure of line managing our fantastic team of Rangers on a daily basis.
Michelle – Partnership Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
I am the Partnership Manager for DangerPoint and I joined the team in the summer of 2015 after completing a degree in Business and Management. I have experience of working with a range of projects and organisations in North Wales. My role as Partnership Manager is to ensure that DangerPoint secures funding to continue providing vital safety education to our community across North Wales and the North West.
Hazel – Administrator email@example.com
I am on secondment from NWF&RS, and have been at DangerPoint since September 2009. As DangerPoint’s Administrator, my duties include all general office functions & I am the main person within DP to arrange bookings for school visits and also for the exciting DangerQuest during local school holidays. It’s a pleasure to be a part of the friendly DangerPoint team & extremely rewarding to see the value of a visit to the Centre, from the positive feedback obtained following a tour.
Rangers – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Rangers deliver DangerPoint’s important safety messages via our structured guided tours around our interactive centre. We have a fantastic team of Rangers and if you’ve visited us before, I’m sure you’d all agree.
K-os – email@example.com
K-os is not from our planet and doesn’t understand about dangers and the danger he can sometimes put himself in. During a tour, visitors will be able to talk to K-os and try to help him understand what dangers are and how he can keep himself safe in the future.