Thursday 12th June marked the 2014 Unitemp of the Year awards at our University of Nottingham branch

The annual awards celebrate the hard work, dedication and outstanding contribution that temps and hiring managers have made over the duration of the year and the excellent standard of work that they have provided to the University and local businesses within the area.

This year we saw the biggest turn out to date, with approximately 150 attending on a warm and sunny afternoon, with delicious cupcakes and refreshments available to the excited crowd.

Competition this year was fierce, with an overwhelming amount of fantastic nominations for various prestigious categories. Sam Shoesmith was the compère for the event and even bagged himself a highly commended award for Student Ambassador of the year.

We would like to thank all those that attended and huge congratulations to all those that were nominated, received awards and our very deserving winners!

To view the official photographs from the event, please visit our Facebook page.

A full list of the winners and those who were highly commended can be found below:

Personality of the Year 2014:
Winner - Oscar O’Mara Steward at the Lakeside Arts Centre

Save the Day Award 2014:
Winner - Jack Cooper School of Humanities

Student Ambassador of the Year 2014:
Highly Commended – Sam Shoesmith
Highly Commended – Emma Lautman
Winner – Holly Constable

Internal Assignment of the Year 2014:
Highly Commended – The International Office
Winner - School of Politics

External Assignment of the Year 2014:
Highly Commended – UPP Broadgate Park
Winner – Seymour Research Ltd.

Internal Temp of the Year 2014:
Highly Commended – James Pearson Campaign and Alumni Relations
Highly Commended – Harry Banks School of Medicine
Winner – Hannah Robbins Executive Project Management Office

External Temp of the Year 2014:
Highly Commended – Satwinder Singh Prolog
Highly Commended – Rachel Hill Circle Partnership
Winner – Kenny Masters Seymour Research Ltd.

Student Temp of the Year 2014
Winner – Toby Cope Communications and Marketing