Workforce

Action Set 3

Action set 3: Increased human capital in the classroom and increased efficiencies beyond

UniSA will develop a high performing, sustainable workforce, one that is dedicated to the provision of excellence in all its forms. 

We will recruit people who are:

  • Student and client focused, culturally aware, effective communicators and collaborators;
  • Passionate about education and committed to a culture of excellence;
  • Aligned with the key goals that characterise this university.

We will appoint 100 new academic staff at levels D and E across our research themes and key disciplinary strengths. 

We will engage more leaders of the professions as practitioners-in-residence and adjunct staff.

We will emphasise leadership that has a strong focus on team-based approaches, mentoring and collaboration.

More on strategic direction

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    Our world conversation

    The world's first university jam was held on 29-30 May, offered a forum for almost 8000 across 50 countries to discuss how UniSA might grow into the future.

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  • Digital Learning Strategy

    Digital Learning Strategy

    By 2020 UniSA will be recognised internationally as a leading university for its use of innovative digital technologies to ensure a high quality student learning experience.

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  • Hawke Centre

    Crossing The Horizon

    Crossing The Horizon describes the immediate and longer-term strategic actions that we will take to deliver that vision. 

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  • David Lloyd

    VC's home

    Professor David Lloyd took up his position as Vice Chancellor and President of the University of South Australia in January 2013.

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Areas of study and research

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