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  • Salaries and Benefits ProceduresThis procedure applies to all staff with the exception of those staff covered by the UNE Executive/Specialist Remuneration Framework.
  • School Monitoring and Review ProceduresThese procedures provide guidance to staff of the University for the implementation of the Academic Quality Assurance Rule, specifically in relation to the ongoing monitoring and review of a School's performance, and should be read in conjunction with that Rule. School Reviews are intended to assure the University Council (with reference to clauses 16(1B)(b) and 16(1B)(c) of the University of New England Act 1993) and the Academic Board that the School concerned is functioning effectively, has the resources needed to implement the strategy of the University, and is delivering quality outcomes in teaching and learning, research, community engagement, and student and staff performance.
  • Secondment PolicyThis policy relates to the management of professional staff secondments within the University and applies to eligible professional staff. The University recognises that individual skills and knowledge may be enhanced by secondments. Secondments also have organisational benefits including exchange of information and ideas, promotion of organisational relationships and investment in organisational effectiveness.
  • Secondment ProceduresThese procedures provide guidance on the application of the Secondment Policy.
  • Sex-Based Harassment PolicySexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination and is unlawful under the Federal Sex Discrimination Act 1984 and the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. It can involve physical, visual, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature which is uninvited, unwelcome and not reciprocated and which makes a person feel humiliated, intimidated or offended. The University is responsible for maintaining a workplace free of discrimination and harassment, and for dealing with sexual harassment as a management and an industrial issue.
  • Social Media PolicyThis policy aims to ensure that all members of the University community using Social Media, have guidance about the University's expectations of online etiquette and responsible conduct within a social media environment.
  • Space Allocation PolicyIn order for UNE to ensure that the University is effectively and efficiently utilising suitable and available space, the changes resulting from refurbishment, Building Works and ongoing maintenance along with the changing requirements of how space is allocated need to be captured and monitored in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Special Studies Program PolicyThe purpose of this policy is to define and establish the University's approach to its investment in Special Studies for Academic Staff.
  • Special Studies Program ProceduresThese procedures are for the guidance of the academic staff of the University of New England in complying with the University's Special Studies Program (SSP) Policy, and must be read in conjunction with that policy.
  • Staff Recruitment ProceduresThe Staff Recruitment Procedures provide guidance on the application of the Staff Recruitment Rule.
  • Staff Recruitment RuleThis Rule applies to the Recruitment of all staff, with the exception of casual staff. The University recruits staff based on the principles of merit, equity and transparency to ensure it attracts and retains staff who will make a positive contribution to the University's values, culture and strategic objectives.
  • Standard Operating Environment RuleA Standard Operating Environment (SOE) is a computer operating system (OS) and its associated hardware and software applications used by the University to cost-effectively and efficiently deploy, support and manage its computers, mobile devices, audio visual equipment and multifunction devices (MFD's).
  • Standing Orders - Academic Board and CommitteesThis document outlines the protocols for the conduct of meetings of the Academic Board and its committees, and also sets out the election procedures for various officers and the roles of elected and ex officio members of the Academic Board and its committees.
  • Student (Related) Grievance Handling PolicyStudent (Related) Grievance Handling Policy
  • Student (Related) Grievance Handling ProceduresStudent (Related) Grievance Handling Procedures
  • Student Alcohol and Other Drug PolicyStudent Alcohol and Other Drug Policy
  • Student Alcohol and Other Drug ProceduresStudent Alcohol and Other Drug Policy Procedures
  • Student Behavioural Misconduct RulesThese Rules outline the principles and expectations for the behaviour of all students at the University of New England, on University premises or at activities (including excursions) sponsored, or participated in, by the University.
  • Student Behavioural Misconduct Rules - Behavioural Misconduct Investigation and Penalty GuidelinesAcademic and Behavioural Misconduct Investigation and Penalty Guidelines
  • Student Coursework Academic Misconduct ProceduresThese Procedures outline the implementation of the Student Coursework Academic Misconduct Rule and must be read in conjunction with that Rule.
  • Student Coursework Academic Misconduct RuleThis Rule provides the framework for student academic misconduct arising in respect of all coursework programs and units of the University, including coursework components of higher degrees by research, and must be read in conjunction with the Student Coursework Academic Misconduct Procedures that support this Rule.
  • Student International Mobility ProcedureStudent International Mobility Procedure
  • Student International Mobility RuleUniversity Mobility and Exchange Policy
  • Superannuation ProceduresThese procedures apply to all staff at the University with UniSuper