The Team

Senior Management Team

Kevin Anderson

General Manager

Key responsibilities

As head of paid service the General Manager is responsible for the strategic leadership of the organisation, acting as an ambassador for the Trust while ensuring the successful and effective delivery of all charitable and strategic objectives, ensuring that resources are deployed and managed constructively.

Diane McMillan

Business Support Manager

Key responsibilities

The Business Support Manager provides leadership and strategic direction in relation to all Business Support functions for liveArgyll, including Finance, ICT, Governance, HR, Property, and Health and Safety.

Nicola Hackett

Business Development Manager

Key responsibilities

The Business Development Manager provides leadership and strategic direction in relation to all developmental and commercial activities across the business. They are also responsible for Active Schools, Sport Development and other key partnership programmes.

Pat McCann

Business Operations Manager

Key responsibilities

The Business Operations Manager provides leadership and management of all liveArgyll facilities, ensuring the efficient and effective delivery of relevant strategies, plans and required outcomes, including the provision of a safe, streamlined working environment across all service areas.

Management Team

Colin Crichton

Area Operations Manager
Helensburgh & Lomond

Key responsibilities

The Area Operations Manager for Helensburgh & Lomond is charged with the safe and efficient operations of Helensburgh Pool, Victoria Halls, Helensburgh Library, Cardross Library and Rosneath Library. They will help develop and deliver the vision, values and strategic objectives of the Trust in partnership with key stakeholders.

Robert Judge

Area Operations Manager
Kintyre & Islay

Key responsibilities

The Area Operations Manager for Kintyre & Islay is charged with the safe and efficient operations of Aqualibrium, Campbeltown 3G Pitch, Victoria Hall, Campbeltown Library, Tarbert Library, Kintyre Community Education Centre, and the Campbeltown Museum in Kintyre, as well as Ramsay Hall and the Mobile Library on Islay. They will help develop and deliver the vision, values and strategic objectives of the Trust in partnership with key stakeholders.

Lorna Whyte

Area Operations Manager
Bute & Cowal

Key responsibilities

The Area Operations Manager is charged with the safe and efficient operation of Riverside Swim and Health Centre, Rothesay Swimming Pool and the newly refurbished Queens Hall, along with Libraries and Community Education Centres in Dunoon and Rothesay. This includes the responsibility for Staff, Health and Safety, Budgets, Building Operations, Business Operations and Customer Service.

Paul Ashworth

Commercial Manager

Key responsibilities

The Commercial Manager develops and manages commercial activities of liveArgyll. They are also responsible for marketing the services offered by liveArgyll, as well developing health and wellbeing programmes being delivered in partnership with NHS Highland.

Marius Huysamer

Property & Projects Manager

Key responsibilities

The Property & Projects Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of property maintenance, strategic asset management planning, project management and the coordination of Health and Safety management within liveArgyll.

Eilidh Petro

Company Accountant

Key responsibilities

Our in-house accountant produces liveArgyll’s financial statements and internal financial reports, and is also in charge of project support and budget monitoring.

Alex Edmonstone

Active Schools and Sport Manager

Key responsibilities

The Active Schools and Sport Manager is responsible for managing and developing the Active Schools and Community Sports Hub programmes which are delivered in partnership with sportscotland. They also manage other sports development programmes including Football and Children’s Gymnastics. Other responsibilities include management of partnerships with various sport national governing bodies including Scottish Rugby, the Camanachd Association and the Scottish Football Association.

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