How do we use your information?

We will only use your personal information:

  • For the purposes for which it was collected
  • For a directly related purpose
  • When we have the appropriate consent to do so, or
  • As otherwise required, permitted or authorised by law.

The University may also collect your information through online recruitment services, and those are managed by third parties.

The University may also use your information for other HR related purposes such as for data analysis, quality assurance, and will de-identify your data and use it to report on workforce data. The University will use your information to fulfil our legislative reporting requirements.

The following is a non-exhaustive list of the types of uses of your information that you should expect:

  1. To determine your suitability for employment with the University throughout our recruitment process;
  2. To verify your identity with third parties, contact referees and conduct employment-related checks;
  3. To determine and process your pay and other entitlements such as superannuation and leave;
  4. To attend to day to day administrative matters.
  1. To correspond with you;
  2. To inform you about the range of facilities and services available to you;
  3. For the provision of services such as security, facilities and parking;
  4. To provide you with access to and support from
    1. Information Technology Services;
    2. Library services and third-party online learning resources such as LinkedIn Learning;
  5. To use and for the University to analyse staff information of systems such as MyLo and the University network to enable analytics and to identify and contact staff who may need additional support;
  6. To make you aware of University news and events;
  7. To inform you of employment opportunities with the University;
  8. To invite you to participate in surveys or research.
  1. To provide you with access to and support from University services, including:
    1. Disability support;
    2. Equity and diversity;
    3. Personal counselling;
    4. Health services;
    5. Recreational services;
    6. Career counselling
    7. Safer communities services;
    8. Insurance and travel services;
  2. To communicate with you and your nominated contact in the event of an emergency.
  1. To manage, investigate and report incidents relating to inappropriate behaviour, general misconduct, complaints or breaches to academic or research integrity;
  2. To manage and investigate complaints and appeals.
  1. To undertake audit, planning and statistical analysis, benchmarking, quality assurance activities, continuous quality improvement;
  2. For research (which is for internal use and for statutory reporting)