As a staff member, you should understand your employment conditions, your entitlements and our organisational values.
Charles Sturt is a values-driven organisation. We all play an important role in bringing our values to life and making them part of our daily lives.
The Enterprise Agreement sets out your terms and conditions of employment as a Charles Sturt staff member.
Starting at the University
Everything you need to know about starting a role at the University.
Salary and conditions
Learn about your salary and employment conditions including increments, job classification, flexible work arrangements, set rosters and more.
You may need to serve a probation period when you start at Charles Sturt. Different probation requirements apply depending on whether you're an academic, professional/general or senior/executive staff member.
Charles Sturt employees have access to various types of leave.
Allowances and acting appointments
You may receive an allowance for completing higher duties or acting in a higher level position.
Charles Sturt Card
Your Charles Sturt Card identifies you as a student or staff member of the University. As a Charles Sturt Card holder, you'll be able to access library services, buy items from campus retail outlets and enter buildings fitted with Cardax proximity readers.
Reward and recognition (RED)
RED (Recognising Excellence Daily) is our new reward and recognition program. It aims to inspire us to connect with each other and work in ways that reflect our values-based culture.
Employee Development and Review Scheme (EDRS)
The Employee Development and Review Scheme (known as EDRS) is the formal performance review process at Charles Sturt.
Charles Sturt supports the development of our employees through a range of opportunities. We aim to develop your skills and build capability by creating a culture that aligns to our values and behaviours.
Academic promotion is one of the ways we recognise academic staff service and leadership, and achievements in creating knowledge and promoting learning.
Charles Sturt encourages employees to pursue further education. Employees may apply for study assistance when undertaking an approved program of study.
Leaving the University
Find out how much notice you'll have to give and the tasks you'll need to complete if you decide to move on from Charles Sturt.
Get practical support to assist you to move forward with confidence. Read the latest on resumes, LinkedIn strategies, interviewing systems, career development and networking.
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