(3) The contents of the Professional Staff Agreement 2017 are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the current agreement. Current status of version and details Related versions Old Print Feedback Professional Staff Agreement 2017 Section 1 – Objective and ContextSection 2 – DefinitionsSection 3 – Policy Instruction Here is the current version of this document. To view historical versions, click on the link in the document`s navigation bar. Section 1 – Objective and Context (1) The university has two collective agreements, one for academic staff and one for specialized staff. Top PageSection 2 – Definitions (2) Nile. At the top of page Section 3 – Political Statement (3) The contents of the Professional Staff Agreement 2017 are available below. Detailed information can be found in the current agreement. Part A – Operation of Agreement Part B – Dispute Settlement Part C – Employment Agreements Part D – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Employment Strategy Part E – Compensation, Expenses and Allowances Part F – Hours and Work Agreements Part G – Work Costs Part H – Career Planning and Development Part I – Flexible Work Arrangements Part J – Leave Rights Part J – Change Management Part L – Illness or Violation Part M – Disciplinary Procedure Part N – Shutdown Work Safety and Personal Property Part P – Representation Part Q – Various Provisions Calendar 1: Annual Professional Employees Pay Rate Calendar 2: Apprentices Wage Rate Calendar 3: Supplements Calendar 4: Description of Positions Signatories to the Agreement The 2017 Academic Staff Contract was adopted by university academic staff by ballot paper on December 14, 2017.
(1) The university has two collective agreements, one for academic staff and one for specialized staff. The new agreement was approved by the Fair Work Commission and began on May 15, 2018 and has a nominal expiry date June 30, 2021. 24. ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER JOB 1. TITLE2. DEFINITION3. COVERAGE AND DURATION OF THIS AGREEMENT4. EFFECT OF THIS AGREEMENT5.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH REWARDS AND OTHER INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTS 6. INDIVIDUAL FLEXIBILITY 7. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION8. Appointment instrument9. CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT10. TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT11. CONTINUATION (CONTINGENT FUNDED) APPOINTMENTS 12TH CASUAL EMPLOYMENT 13. SCHEDULE 5: PROFESSIONAL STAFF POSITION CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTORS . 26. COMMON LEAVE 27 PROVISIONS. ANNUAL HOLIDAYS 28. PERSONAL HOLIDAYS 29.
LONG SERVICE LEAVE 30. PARENTAL LEAVE 31. LEAVING DOMESTIC AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 32. LEAVE 33. RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL AND SOLEMN HOLIDAYS 34. STUDY AND GRADUATION LEAVE 35. SPECIAL LEAVE 36. BOUGHT LEAVE 37TH LEAVE WITHOUT PAYMENT 38 HOLIDAYS AND DEALERS 49. RECOURSE PROCEDURES 50.
DISPUTE PROCEDURES OF SETTLING SCHEDULE 3: HEW LEVEL 10, BAND 3 AND BAND 4 LEGACY BOARD 17 HOURS OF WORK 18. MAN STAFFAGING WORKLOADS 19. FLEXIBLE 20. OUTSIDE OF WORK TO 21. FREEDOM 22. HEALTH AND SAFETY23. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PLAN 6: EXCERPT FROM THE MANAGEMENT AND INVESTIGATION GUIDE TO POTENTIAL BREACHES OF THE AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH CODE, 2018 46. UNSATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE 47. MISCONDUCT AND GROSS MISCONDUCT 48. MISBEHAVIOR 39.
40. PERFORMANCE EVOLUTION AND REVISION 41. CAREER EVOLUTION 42. HIGHER DUTIES 43. CLASSIFICATION OF POSITIONS 44. MANAGING CHANGE AT WORK 45. REDUNDANCY, REDEPLOYMENT AND RETRENCHMENT 51. PROFESSIONAL STAFF IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE 52. UNION REPRESENTATION 53. TERMINATION OF THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP 54. TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT 55.
DISMISSAL FOR INCAPACITY TO WORK 56. RESIGNATION 14 SALARIESRIES. AND PAYMENTS15. SUPERANNUATION 16. Certificates.