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The University of New England established a Restricted Parking Area and Pay Parking Scheme on campus in 2001. The parking scheme provides an equitable means of regulating parking on campus and enables the university to fund car park construction projects, car park upgrades, general maintenance and administration of transport and pedestrian infrastructure on campus. Income is generated from the sale of permits and as a result of a Self Enforced Infringement Notice Scheme.
Procedures implementing the Parking Policy.
As an addendum to the University's Acceptable Use Policy—which details the utilization of the University network, the Internet, e-mail, and employees' personal computers—this policy prohibits the use of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) file-sharing applications. This policy covers Staff and Students using University computing resources and networks.
The Performance Planning, Development and Review process allows managers and staff the opportunity to plan and set agreed performance goals for the forthcoming year, and include a review of the previous year's performance. PPDR is primarily a developmental tool, and should be used to assist staff to ensure that their work goals align with the University's strategic goals.Goals set should be at a level consistent with the staff member's position description and position descriptors/classification standards.
This procedure provides advice on the implementation of the Performance Planning, Development and Review Policy.
The Chancellor is appointed by the Council of the University and is the Principal Officer of the University. The power and authority of the University Council is drawn from the University of New England Act 1993 (the Act). The authority of the Chancellor comes from section 10 of University of New England Act 1993, from section 5 of the University of New England By-law 2005; and has such authority as may be delegated to the Chancellor by the Council. In the event that the Chancellor is unable to exercise his/her roles as described below, the Deputy Chancellor shall have the power and authority vested in the Chancellor.
The University promotes a workplace culture that ensures the right of all people to be treated with dignity and respect by providing an environment free from harassment, bullying and intimidation. In accordance with these principles and legislative requirements, this policy: - Informs all staff of their rights and obligations; - Sets standards of behaviour in accordance with dignity and respect principles; and - Addresses the consequences of breaches to this policy.
These procedures provide guidance on the application of the Prevention of Harassment, Bullying and Discrimination Policy.
Principles for Principal Dates
The Privacy Management Rule applies to all personal information and health information (including sensitive information) held by the University and its controlled entities and all forms of data capture and information collection, storage, analysis, use, communication, reporting and disclosure, including: email and other correspondence, spreadsheets and other database applications, online and paper-based forms and meeting records. In certain circumstances it applies to verbal communication.
These procedures apply to all staff and Honorary Appointees at the University undertaking private paid outside work in addition to their University duties. They do not apply where the work is contracted through the University.
Prizes and Scholarships Procedures
This Rule provides the framework for the management, administration and promotion of coursework Prizes and Scholarships awarded by the University.
This procedure is to be used for the procurement of SSL and End User Certificates. The procedure has been defined to ensure adequate separation of duties with respect to the issuing and management of University SSL and End User certificates.
The Procurement Policy is intended to guide all procurement activities at UNE in order to ensure the following: - Value for money is achieved in all supplier arrangements; - Probity is at the core of all procurement activities; - There is compliance with approved contracts and that supplier relationships are managed to ensure negotiated value is realised; - Demand management is adopted as the default approach when using externally sourced goods and services in the course of business; and - Innovation from suppliers is leveraged where sensible.
The Procurement Procedures are aligned with the Procurement Policy and are intended to guide all procurement activities at the University.
This Policy provides a framework for the classification of professional staff positions.
These procedures provide guidance on the application of the Professional Staff Classification Policy.
This procedure sets out who you can report wrongdoing to within the University, what can be reported, how reports of wrongdoing will be dealt with by the University and advises who may receive a report outside of the University. This procedure is designed to complement normal communication channels between supervisors and staff. Staff are encouraged to raise matters of concern at any time with their supervisors, but also have the option of making a report about a public interest issue in accordance with this rule and the Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994 (PID Act).
The purpose of this Rule is to establish an internal reporting system for staff to report wrongdoing without fear of reprisal. UNE is committed to protecting employees who report wrongdoing in the workplace. Some reports of wrongdoing may be classified as public interest disclosures under the Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994 (NSW) (PID Act). This Rule specifically addresses those types of reports.