Human Resources

Human Resources

We provide advice and support to staff and managers on pay and benefits, leave, career development, equity, diversity, recruitment, selection, health and safety.


Working at UWA


Forms that cover most personnel matters at UWA can be accessed by category or by a A to Z listing.

Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct

All staff and students at UWA are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the principles, values, and behaviours within these codes.

Recruitment and selection

HR provides comprehensive recruitment and selection tools including process maps describing every stage from workforce planning to appointment.

Online induction modules

Online induction modules on the topics of safety and health; sexual harassment awareness; and workplace bullying will alert you to your safety and health and broader equity and diversity responsibilities and are required to be completed by all staff.

Go to the HR Training Management System
Enter your login details: username (your 8-digit staff number) password UWA2016

Interfaith calendar

The University has an Interfaith Calendar which details the key dates for the major religious groups on campus.

The calendar will assist those staff required to have an understanding of the cultural and religious obligations of staff and students, especially when these involve an application for cultural or religious leave, deferred exams or alternative arrangements.


Workshops and programs

UWA provides a variety of workshops to support staff in all areas of professional development. Programs that provide more extended exploration of leadership or career management strategies are also offered on a competitive or invitational basis.

What can I authorise?

Delegations relating to the management of University employees.

Salary scales

Salaries at the University of Western Australia are paid in accordance with Schedule A of the respective Staff Agreements.

Salary scales:

Key dates

Staff agreements and Enterprise Bargaining

The majority of employment conditions at the University are currently regulated by Collective Workplace Agreements (CAs). These agreements are negotiated between the University, employees and the relevant Unions through Enterprise Bargaining.

There are four CAs in operation at the University:

Career planning and transition

Development and appraisal reviews

Health and wellbeing (working at UWA)


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Find policies and guidelines by topic or through the A-Z list.