Payment Summaries (Group Certificates 2018-19)

Please ensure you have your correct home address in Themis. For more information how to update your personal contact details please visit the Managing your Information page on the StaffHub.

Payment Summaries (Group Certificates) for 2018/19 will be available to staff to access through Themis Employee Self Service. Online access is the quick and easy way to download Payment Summaries from Themis Self Service. These will be available no later than 14/07/2019.

UoM has gone live with Single Touch Payroll and individuals can also access their Payment Summary information by logging to their personal myGov account, selecting ATO online services, clicking on your profile, selecting your employment and then income statement.

Hard copies of the Payment Summaries will only be sent to ceased staff members.


How to report an OHS incident

All staff can submit a health and safety issue. An issue can be an incident where a staff member is injured (or nearly injured), or a hazard, something that is potentially dangerous. Visit the incident/hazard reporting page and fill in the details. This page is also available via the Staff Hub and on the Enterprise Risk Management System page.

A health and safety issue should be reported directly to a manager or supervisor. This can be done within the Enterprise Risk Management System by allocating the supervisor as the person responsible. The supervisor will then receive an automatic notification of the issue. The supervisor will need to complete an online OHS action plan, which includes an assessment of the risk.

Security issues like theft and intruders should be reported directly to security by ringing 8344 0888.
Facilities issues should be directly reported through the Service Now portal and then by going into the facilities tab.

If you need any help in reporting or dealing with an issue, please contact James Vassilopoulos.

Professional Development

Capability Development is excited to be piloting new modules for staff at UoM levels 3 to 6 in June, with a view to making the modules part of the regular development offering from August 2019 onwards.

We are seeking staff at UoM levels 3 to 6 – from within and outside the HR Community – to attend this pilot session:

  • Understanding Myself and Others: Tuesday 2 July, 9am – 1pm

Registration is open on TrainMe. Search for “Understanding Myself and Others”.

Understanding Myself and Others

Date: Tuesday 2 July
Time: 9am – 1pm
Cost: $255 (includes a tailored DISC profile report)
Venue: Staff Development Centre, Level 7, Alan Gilbert Building

Target Audience:
The four-hour workshop is targeted at early to mid-career professionals (UOM levels 3 to 6).

Course Description:
Early to mid-career professionals at the University of Melbourne are often required to work closely with others to deliver set objectives. This course is designed to equip you to understand your own and others’ styles of working and communicating, and how to adjust your style to work more effectively with others.

How will this benefit participants:

  • Receive a tailored DISC profile report to help you understand your communication style
  • Increase your self-awareness regarding your work preferences and develop awareness of how your work preferences impact your interactions with others
  • Develop skills in modifying your actions as required to work well with others
  • Build skills in conflict resolution and collaboration
  • Develop techniques for providing and receiving feedback
  • Be equipped with practical tools and techniques for influencing others

Course Facilitator: The course will be facilitated by an external facilitator from Winthink Consulting Pty Ltd.

It's time to update your staff contact details

Many of us find the staff contact details made available on the Staff Hub really helpful. They help us make connections and find out who works with whom. University Services has made some changes to how your work contact information is displayed in Staff Hub, by changing how you edit your profile in Themis. This change will make it easier for you to control what contact information is displayed. So now is a great time to review what's online and make sure it's up to date. Instructions on how to review your contact details are available on the Staff Services Portal.
Enquiries: Service Centre

Backfill for Learning and Teaching Officer position

The Learning and Teaching position to backfill Suzy Owens while she is on secondment has been approved. It is a full time position until 3 April 2020 and is open to both internal and external applicants. If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in this position please pass this information on.

The job closes on Sunday 14 July and interested people can contact Leonie Benson, Manager, Learning and Teaching directly if they require more information.

Senior Lecturer Medical Education (Selection)

The Melbourne Medical School is seeking an experienced and innovative academic to lead the redevelopment of its selection processes to ensure that they achieve their goals each year. As a medical school within a highly-ranked, research-intensive university, the Melbourne Medical School seeks to produce medical graduates who are not only ready for the healthcare workforce but who are also embarking on a career as a world-class clinician-researcher. Our selection procedures therefore need to identify the qualities and personal attributes that are best aligned with excellence in clinical practice as well as in scholarly achievement. The School also wishes to increase diversity amongst applicants to the Melbourne MD, providing a variety of paths for those from diverse backgrounds and with a breadth of career interests, recognising that healthcare roles are rapidly changing.

For more information and to apply for the position visit the Careers page. The position closes on Sunday 30 June.