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University of Adelaide Enterprise Agreement 2010-2013
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5.5 Classification Review
This clause only applies to Professional staff.
5.5.1 You or your supervisor may apply for a review of the classification of the position that you occupy if it is believed that the work value of the position has substantially changed.
5.5.2 Human Resources will assess, by reference to the Professional Staff Classification Standards (Schedule 8), factors that might affect a change in classification. The review will normally be completed within four (4) weeks from the date of application for review.
5.5.3 Human Resources may also:
a) Consider benchmarking to enable comparisons against like positions at the University;
5.5.4 Each professional staff position will have a position description. The position description will be used as part of the documentation to determine the appropriate classification of a position.
5.5.5 The position description is required to be signed by the immediate Supervisor and the position incumbent indicating that the position description accurately describes the role.
5.5.6 Following its assessment, Human Resources will make a determination of the classification and will provide you with written reasons for the decision. If the determination is to reclassify the position, then you will be paid at the higher salary level from the date of the application for review.
You may seek a review of the Human Resources assessment of the classification of the position that you occupy.
Appeals for review must be notified within 10 working days from when you receive advice from Human Resources.
All appeals will be conducted by a Review and Appeals Committee in accordance with clause 8.3.
Your appeal must be in writing to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and must describe the reasons for the appeal and provide any supporting documentation.