Naomi Liddle

I'm Naomi and I'm the Operations Manager at SARD.

As well as keeping an eye on the accounts, I also look after HR and office management here at our base in Crystal Palace. Unlike so many companies, there's a real culture of ‘pitching in' here, and in addition to my regular tasks I know my way around the revalidation system and often jump in to help on the Live Chats or answer the phone to a medic in need of technical advice. No two days are the same, and that's part of what makes this such a dynamic and innovative company to work for.

I studied Drama at university before working in theatre facilities management and then spent several years running the head office of a cocktail bar chain before landing at SARD. Industries may differ, but the core values of customer service and integrity of product are what I look for in a workplace and SARD has these in abundance.

Like many of the team here, I have a creative side and I exercise this in my local theatre company and in front of my trusty sewing machine.

Blog posts for Naomi

Get Ready for GDPR!

Naomi Liddle Nov 21, 2017

As data processors, we at SARD are committed and duty bound to making sure that our systems help you to carry out these legal responsibilities on behalf of the medics, employees or any other data subjects whose information you need to collect. Read More

Christmas Opening Hours

Naomi Liddle Dec 21, 2016

During the upcoming holiday period SARD’s live user and technical support will be available on all official working days. Read More

Welcome new recruits!

Naomi Liddle Sep 21, 2016

It has been quite a year for new recruits here at SARD! Last week we welcomed the newest addition to the SARD team, Jade Dickinson. As a Software Developer, Jade will be working closely with Product Lead Alex Rudall in our London office, helping to squash bugs, develop new features... Read More

Lights, Cameras, Action!

Naomi Liddle Sep 2, 2015

As I write this, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has just wound to a close and scores of performers, crew and hardy festivalgoers are staggering back down the M1 after a month of immersion in the creative arts. Read More