Promotion rounds for academic staff will be conducted annually. At Griffith, the promotion process is:
- Collegial - A peer review process - determined upon merit, in terms of achievement.
- Merit-based - Not constrained by a quota system.
- Transparent - Candidates have the opportunity to view and respond to Supervisor and Dean reports.
What do I need to know?
|1. Build your case|
|2. Attend a briefing|
Briefings are presented to provide information about promotion processes, frequently asked questions, and advice regarding how to build your case for promotion and evidence your claims. Session details for 2018 are as follows:
Nathan - Wednesday 27 June from 2.00pm to 3.00pm. Sir Samuel Griffith Centre (N78), -1.13
Gold Coast - Wednesday 4 July from 3.30pm to 4.30pm, Business 2 (G27), 1.12/1.13
Session notes can be accessed here.
Academic women wishing to apply for promotion are encouraged to attend the women only information session:
Logan - Wednesday 27 June from 10.00am to 12noon, Hub Link (LO7), 3.06
Registration is required for this event: Register Here
|3. Complete documentation|
The following documentation forms your application. Please clearly state in your application the level in which you are applying for promotion:
Academic Level B / C:
Academic Level D:
Academic Level E:
|4. Submit your application|
The 2018 Promotion Round will open 21 May 2018 and applications will close 5pm, Thursday 26 July 2018.
Please submit your application, including the required documentation by the above closing date to: email@example.com
Please also note that the due date for any materials pending at the application closing date (as per 3.7 of procedures) is 5pm, 3 September 2018.
|5. Information for Committee Members||Committee members will be able to access applications via SharePoint following the submission deadline as per past practice.|
Appeals against non-promotion may only be made on the grounds of the University's failure in a significant way to comply with its own procedures. The academic merits of a case for promotion and the judgement of the Committee or other decision maker may not be used as the basis for an appeal.
- Appeals on Non-promotion of Academic and Research Only Staff Procedure
- Appeal on Non-promotion of Academic Staff - Submission Form
For further advice and guidance please contact HR Advisory Services.