Nicola Sullivan

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      • Nicola Sullivan
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Nicola Sullivan

Group Services

Nicola joined UKHSE in September 2015 bringing with her a great sense of humour, enthusiasm for the role and is an all-round asset to the Group Services team.

Having previously worked within media, education and property sectors she brings a variety of knowledge in many areas. Administration and organisational skills are her forte, with 20 years’ experience making her the ideal administrator to ensure a smoothly run operation for the UKHSE side of the business.

With a ‘here to help’ attitude and smile, Nicola will be more than happy to assist with your H&S training or consultancy enquiries.

When away from work, what do you enjoy doing?

Young at heart, don’t take myself too seriously. Only live once, enjoy yourself and if you make someone else smile you’ve had a good day. I love karaoke and if not attempting to sing I enjoy listening to professional live music.

My partner and I can often be found sitting at fashionable Whitstable harbour; my in-laws live there so it’s a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of the working week. I love the usual family/friends good times like most people and also adore my 3 cats Bagel, Tommy & Milly; I don’t have children so these are my babies, I don’t care what people say they have feelings. Oh and according to my partner another hobby I have is moaning. I like fast cars but own a vintage Corsa, hopefully the lottery win will come in one day soon!

Recently re-joined the gym but am not planning on becoming Jodie Marsh. I’m marrying my soul mate next year and am looking forward to what life has to throw my way.

Describe an interesting fact about yourself?

I have a scar above my right eyebrow from Chicken pox, have 5 tattoos and am fluent in sarcasm. Have also shaken hands with the late great Sir Roger Moore.

What is your favourite book or movie?

Film: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory – Gene Wilder Original version 1971– Always be a kid at heart.

Book: Stieg Larsson Millennium trilogy – The girl with the dragon tattoo

When you were a child what did you want to be when you grew up?

An air hostess, then to own a stationary shop and finally a Vet. Which translated into: TV/radio Administration, still a love of stationary (hence admin was a perfect role for me) and owning 3 fluff ball overweight cats. What can I say we all love our food.