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Human Resources


Human Resources provides services, expertise and advice to support the achievement of the University's staffing strategies which focus on leadership, organisational and staff development and productive workplace relations within a framework of effective risk management and legislative compliance.

Human Resources plays significant roles in:

  • ensuring the University has the staff needed to achieve its Mission and Goals
  • building efficient Human Resource infrastructure through the development and implementation of effective HR policies, processes and practices
  • advising and supporting managers and staff in their work, and
  • contributing to the development of the organisation by ensuring staff capability

The key functions Human Resources performs are:

  • workforce planning
  • job design, analysis and evaluation
  • recruitment, selection and appointment
  • induction and probation
  • Performance Planning and Review (PPR)
  • staff and organisational development
  • payroll
  • promotion
  • managing unsatisfactory performance / misconduct / serious misconduct
  • workplace relations (including enterprise bargaining) Enterprise Agreement (2014–2018)
  • WorkCover and rehabilitation management
  • health, safety and wellbeing
  • human resources reporting and legal compliance.

All roles and functions are undertaken in collaboration with University managers and staff.

For more information contact Human Resources.

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