Committee review (Level D to E)

As an academic staff member at Level D or E, 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) (this report should refer to the initial objectives set in Template A)
  • forwarding the completed report to the review meeting coordinator at least two weeks before the meeting
  • attending the probationary committee review meeting
  • commenting on the Academic Probation Review Committee Report (Template C)
  • returning the report (Template C) to the HR Business Partner.

Supervisor's responsibilities

The supervisor is responsible for:

  • preparing the Supervisor’s Report and returning it to the coordinator at least two weeks before the meeting
  • attending the probationary committee review meeting
  • completing the Academic Probation Review Committee Report (Template C) and returning it to the HR Business Partner.

Probation committee members' responsibilities

Probation committee members are responsible for:

  • attending the probationary committee review meeting
  • commenting on the Academic Probation Review Committee Report (Template C) if needed.

HR Business Partner's responsibilities

The HR Business Partner is responsible for:

  • attending the probationary committee review meeting (if needed).

Presiding officer/nominee's responsibilities

The presiding officer (or nominee) is responsible for:

  • finalising the report (Template C)
  • forwarding the finalised report (Template C) to the employee for comment
  • submitting the completed report (Template C) to the delegated authority for endorsement (if required)
  • returning the endorsed reports (Templates B and C) to hr@csu.edu.au within six weeks of the meeting.

Coordinator's responsibilities

The coordinator is currently the HR Administrative Assistant. The coordinator is responsible for:

  • coordinating the probationary review committee meeting and invite panel members (try to allow at least one months notice)
  • circulating the Supervisor’s Report and Template B to the probation committee review panel prior to the meeting.

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.