Changes to leave types in Themis
The 2018 Enterprise Agreement introduces changes to absence types. These changes include renaming existing leave types, decommissioning unused leave types and introducing new unpaid casual leave types. Themis now reflects the new commissioned leave types, changes are summarised in the Quick Reference Guide - Absences.
Personal leave replaces family/sick leave and sick leave. This paid entitlement (15 days per year pro rata, cumulative) remains unchanged and is accrued based on the employee's work pattern. Carer's leave (non-cumulative) replaces family leave. This paid entitlement (5 days per year pro rata, non-cumulative) remains unchanged and is reinstated each year at the employee's anniversary date. Your balance for these leave types is available via Themis Self Service. Other changes include new unpaid leave types for casuals and self service application for Special Studies Program (short). More information information: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/itv6
Recruitment administration: eRecruitment
The Recruitment Administration: eRecruitment training session provides staff with an introduction to using PageUp, our online recruitment system.
Participants will learn: how to obtain approval to recruit to a position and prepare for advertising, how to make an offer to a successful candidate and how to manage applications
Designed for: local HR business partners and advisers (or equivalent), department administrators and hiring managers.
University of Melbourne Facilities
Staff are reminded to please utilise facility services - staff services to report issues related to maintenance, grounds, cleaning, security, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, transport and utilities.
General enquires related to UoM Facilities, Security, Transport and Parking Services can be lodged via facilities general enquiry form.
For further information on services available through facility services visit the knowledge base page.
Keryn Negri on annual leave
Keryn Negri is on annual leave from Monday 2 - Friday 27 September. Roland Wunder will assume the role of Acting Executive Director until Keryn's return to the office on Monday 30 September. Please refer all Executive Director matters to Roland during this period.
New staff in the Strategic Communications Team
Ms Rav Mukushi will be joining MGSE for 12 months as our Events Officer as Liz Carter takes her maternity leave. Rav has a wide range of experience including working in the higher education sector at Victoria University, at Navitas Australian College of Applied Psychology and she has also worked as a migration consultant. Rav also works as a journalist and presenter on Point Cook TV and as a production manager at OZ African TV. Rav will hot desk during her handover period and then she will take over Liz’s desk.
Ms Sarah Moss-Holland will join us for 6 months as our Partnerships Manager (MTeach) taking over Angela Pollock’s role. Sarah comes to us from Caroline Chisholm College where she has been working for the past five years, most recently as a Collaborative Learning Leader. She is quite familiar with MGSE having completed her Masters in Educational Management here and she also took up the position of Success Coordinator in her school for the Melbourne Network of Schools (UMNOS) in 2016 and 2018. Sarah will be seated at a hot desk.