We would like to streamline our current process when requesting assistance. This is to ensure that your requirements are met, and attended to, in a reasonable timeframe. There are too many tasks to list, so to make it simple, if you think we can help you, please email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org. One of the team members (Evander, Pesa, Tim or Leslie) will get in touch with you as needed. If there is an emergency, please contact them on 9036 9294.
Thank you to all staff for your continued effort in response to COVID-19. As the situation continues to evolve, and you begin transitioning to remote work, please keep up to date with the following resources:
ADP OneDrive Folder
This folder contains all ADP working documents and resources, including teaching response planning, staff communications and technology tutorials.
ADP COVID-19 Intranet Page
This page is focussed around technology resources for online teaching. This includes direct links to software downloads and further documentation and tutorials from the vendors.
Join the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre on World Mental Health Day for a discussion about the current state of mental health in Indonesia, followed by a screening of the film It Takes a Village; a success story about community-driven mental health system improvements in Central Java and Kebumen.
The Matilda Centre and Net Zero Initiative invite you to attend the panel that aims to help understand the psychology behind climate distress and discover Net Zero solutions that industry can implement to bring about change.
Join the webinar to ask Vice-Chancellor and Provost Annamarie Jagose your questions about Enterprise Agreement negotiations.
Staff can visit the Wellbeing intranet page to access information about the digital platform Innowell, which provides access to personal care and tools to improve mental and physical health. Staff who haven't yet set up their account have been emailed with steps to register.
Student-facing staff are invited to complete an online survey to help the University better understand their needs and experiences in relation to supporting students’ mental wellbeing.
Casual staff who were rostered on to work the public holiday on 22 September but not required to perform work must lodge their timesheets no later than next Thursday 13 October to receive payment.
We acknowledge the tradition of custodianship and law of the Country on which the University of Sydney campuses stand. We pay our respects to those who have cared and continue to care for Country.