The ACU Staff Consultative Committee, comprising University, union and staff representatives, is a forum for consultation on matters pertaining to the employment conditions of staff, including the ongoing implementation of the Enterprise Agreement. The ACUSCC is not a deliberative committee.
- receives, considers and informs change management proposals and may put forward comments, strategies, suggestions and proposals for improving the change proposal and/or for averting or mitigating any potential adverse effects, for the consideration of the University;
- receives and considers reports on action items as they pertain to the implementation of the Enterprise Agreement;
- receives, considers and puts forward suggestions for the improvement and successful implementation of employment related policies as circulated by the University, with an opportunity to provide any written feedback within fifteen (15) working days of circulation prior to them being approved;
- consults regarding the membership of the External Panel of Chairs established by the University, and
- receives reports concerning Indigenous employment, workplace health and safety, gender equity and staff diversity, professional development, conversion from sessional to continuing academic employment, annual budget briefings, staff engagement, workforce profile regarding continuing, fixed-term and casual data and other employment related reports as appropriate.
The ACU Staff Consultative Committee (ACUSCC) normally meets every three months.
If you are interested in knowing more about the matters discussed at the ACUSCC meetings or if you have a matter you wish to raise for the Committee’s consideration please contact your representatives.
For more information please refer to the ACUSCC Terms of Reference link provided below.