Academic Promotion provides for eligible academic staff to advance to a higher level appointment, via a fair, equitable and transparent process.
The Academic Promotions Policy and Academic Promotions Procedures sets out the framework and principles by which the promotion processes are implemented. It is important that you read these documents and other key supporting documentation and resources provided on this page prior to beginning your application for promotion.
Promotion rounds for academic staff are conducted annually.
Academic promotion information session
In order to support academics wanting to apply for promotion in 2020 the following sessions will be held:
|Academic promotion information session||Thursday, 2 April 2020||10.00am (AEST)||
Zoom Meeting ID number: 773082976
Wherever possible, could staff attending please ensure they are logged into the meeting prior to 10am and that the microphone is muted, to reduce interruption during the session.
Please note these sessions will be recorded in the event you are unable to attend and the recordings will be available from this site following the above sessions.
- Academic Promotion Information Session (recorded session, 16 April 2019)
|Level||Applications open||Applications close|
Level B (Lecturer)
Level C (Senior Lecturer)
|Monday, 18 May 2020||Friday, 19 June 2020|
|Level D (Associate Professor)
Level E (Professor)
|Monday, 11 May 2020||Friday, 12 June 2020|
Academic Promotion interviews will occur:
- Level B and C 23-24 September 2020 (TBC)
- Level D and E 6-7 October 2020 (TBC)
Feedback meeting with Chair will occur shortly after interview.
Promotion is effective for successful applicants 1 January in the following year.
- Academic promotions application - level B & C
- Academic promotions application - levels D & E
- Performance review plan - Academic employees
- Academic CV and portfolio
As part of the Promotion process, reports are received from the Research Office on research outputs and provided to the panel. Applicants are encouraged to contact the Research Office to review their research outputs and provide updates as needed as early as possible in the process.
For more information on academic promotion please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact HR Services on 02 6620 3667.