Career Wellbeing                        

Career Wellbeing is about liking what you do.

The University recognises that staff must be engaged in a continual process of developing knowledge and skills throughout their entire career with CSU, to enable them to perform their current positions effectively or to prepare for a future position (to which they may aspire).

Managers and staff have a shared responsibility for development. Managers in conjunction with staff, identify and agree individual development plans that address development needs as part of the Performance Management and Development Scheme. Individual staff identify, plan and undertake developmental activities that contribute to improved or enhanced performance quality at CSU.

The following links provide a broad range of internal and external information that helps promote and enhance career wellbeing.

Internal resources: 

Career Development

Information for staff about career development at CSU.

Jobs@CSU Current vacancies at CSU 
Courses at CSUInformation for staff about further study options at CSU.

External provider links: 

ATEM ATEM is the only professional association for administrators and managers working in tertiary education in Australasia. It is dedicated to advancing professional practice. The Association provides our members with an edge in their professional activities and gives them a voice in their areas of expertise in the wider tertiary environment.
Universities Australia

Universities Australia policy and information relating to workforce issues both within and outside the sector; including graduate outcomes, skills shortages, renewal, and equity in the workplace.

TAFE NSW Vocational courses available to assist with furthering your education and and advancing your career 
Open Universities Information about distance education courses available through OPEN Universities
Workplace Coaching  Workplace Coaching is a high-growth coaching specialty as companies become increasingly aware of how the attitudes and motivation of employees and workplace teams can impact overall company performance.
Career Coaching  Career Coaches work with clients on changes or transitions in their career to establish a career that aligns with their strengths and preferences. Career Coaching is useful for clients changing the direction of their career, transitioning from one work role to another or re-entering the workforce after an extended absence. 

Have we missed anything? Do you know of any other organisations that should be included in our Wellness program? Please email your suggestions to healthyu@csu.edu.au

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