Gemma joined the club in 2008, working in the catering department on match days, and eventually worked her way up to Assistant Catering Manager.
Now, in her role as Sales Administrator, Gemma is responsible for the administration of hospitality, as well as taking bookings for events and conferencing.
Violet joined the club in 1997 and her main responsibility is the club accounts. However, like the other girls in the Ticket office, the club's Super Saints Lotto and the various aspect of football ticketing come under her remit.
Donald, a former high school teacher in Auchterarder, has supported Saints all of his life and his favourite Saints player is legendary striker John Brogan.
As well as assiting in all duties relating to the Ticket Office, Donald also manages the Saints Shop and runs the Super J's supporters club.
Business Development Executive
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Ticket Office Administrator
Carol joined the club in 1997 and assists Violet with certain aspects of the club's accounting system, together with the paperwork for the Super Saints Lotto and football ticketing.
Super Saints Lotto Administrator & Supporter Liaison Officer
Bev is a life-long St. Johnstone FC fan has worked at McDiarmid Park as Super Saints weekly Lotto Administrator since 2012 and in July 2016 was appointed as the club's Supporter Liaison Officer.
She recalls the 3-1 victory over Airdrieonians in 1990 as her favourite-ever Saints match and has been involved in organising Supporters' Buses for away games for over twenty years.
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School Engagement Manager
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Adam joined the club in late 2012, initially as part of the catering team.
In his relatively new role of Operations Supervisor, he is tasked with the running of a number of departments, namely The Muirton Suite, the serveries on match days and the All Weather Pitch, among other general office duties.
The McDiarmid Park playing surface is one of the largest in Scottish football and Chris is responsible for maintaining that surface together with other training areas used by the club.
Of course, there is a whole lot more to Chris's job than just tending the pitch. Chris, who joined in the club in 2004 from Gleneagles Golf Course, is responsible for looking after a couple of the Club’s training surfaces together with the huge amount of maintenance that is required in a well-used seven day a week stadium operation.
Paul has been involved with the Club since 1984 and in a voluntary capacity held a variety of roles including programme editor, club shop manager and archivist.
Paul ended a 22 year association with Royal Mail to join Saints on a full-time basis in April 2004 and after initially looking after the conference and events side of the club's operation, moved onto a role as Commercial Manager. Nowadays, his role involves the administration of all aspects of club's football operation from first team through to youth initiative and other match day administration.
Buyer & Auditor
Following retirement from the Royal Bank of Scotland after 35 years of service Dougie joined Saints on a part-time basis in 1999 and is reponsible for a number of important elements of the club's administration, notably procurement.
A former junior footballer Dougie recalls the team of the 'Ormond era' with particular fondness.
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