The Australian National University Enterprise Agreement 2010 - 2012
68 Classification and salary structure
Varied salary and staff structures68.1 The parties acknowledge that revised classification and remuneration models will more appropriately recognise and reward the contributions staff make to the excellence of the University.
The parties agree to jointly develop and consult with staff on further proposals. The parties may undertake a research project, which could include evaluation of the arrangements outlined below. New arrangements will be implemented in the next collective agreement entered into by the parties on the basis that any proposed revised system(s) will be an improvement on current systems and will have the support of staff and the parties; and that no existing staff member will be disadvantaged through the implementation of any revised system.
In the interim the parties agree to cooperate on the introduction of the following initiatives as initial steps towards enhancing the way that staff are rewarded:
- improve the leadership/management skills of supervisors/managers through the introduction new training programs; and
- encourage active participation of all staff in the career and performance development process under clause 45 (Career and performance development)
Minimum Standards for Academic Levels(MSAL’s)68.2 The classification structure for academic staff is set out in Schedule 4 (Minimum Standards for Academic Levels). The Minimum Standards for Academic Levels (MSALs) in the Schedule provide guidelines for the nature and level of duties to be undertaken by a staff member.
General Staff Position Classification Standards
68.3 The classification structure for general staff is set out in Schedule 5 (General Staff Position Classification Standards). All appointments of general staff, other than those appointed to senior management positions, apprenticeships, traineeships, technical trainee officer positions or the University’s Graduate Recruitment and Development Program will be made in accordance with the ANU Officer and Senior Administrative Officer/Senior Manager classification standards. Where the staff member is of the view that the University’s requirements and responsibilities of a position are no longer in accordance with these classification standards the staff member has the right to seek reclassification of their position.