Committee review (Level A to C)

As an academic staff member at Level A, B or C, you'll participate in committee reviews as part of your probation. These reviews will normally take place:

  • 12 months after employment
  • 24 months after employment
  • 30 months after employment.

Both the employee and supervisor should read and understand:

Employee's responsibilities

The employee is responsible for:

  • preparing the Staff Member’s Academic Probation Review Report (Template B) and forwarding to your supervisor two weeks before the meeting (this report should refer to the initial goals set in Template A)
  • attending the probationary committee review meeting
  • commenting on the Academic Probation Review Committee Report (Template C)
  • returning the report (Template C) to your supervisor.

Supervisor's responsibilities

The supervisor is responsible for:

  • coordinating the probationary committee review meeting and inviting panel members (try to allow at least one month's notice)
  • working with the employee on their Staff Member's Academic Probation Review Report (Template B) as required
  • circulating the report (Template B) to the committee review panel before the meeting
  • attending the probationary committee review meeting
  • completing the Academic Probation Review Committee Report (Template C)
  • forwarding the report (Template C) to the employee for comment
  • completing Template D (if the appointment is to be confirmed)
  • submitting the completed report (Template C), and Template D (if applicable), to the delegated authority for endorsement
  • returning the following endorsed reports to hr@csu.edu.au within six weeks of the meeting:
    • if the appointment will continue until the next review, return Templates B and C
    • if the appointment will be confirmed, return Templates B, C and D.

Contact us

If there are any factors that could delay the completion of the meeting or reports, please contact hr@csu.edu.au.

In the event of any discrepancy between this website and the Enterprise Agreement or relevant Policy/Procedure/Guidelines, the terms of the Agreement or Policy/Procedure/Guidelines will prevail.