Workforce planning at UniSA
The higher education landscape in Australia is facing a period of rapid change with increased competition across the sector. How well UniSA responds to these challenges depends to a large extent on how well we manage our workforce. This requires effective workforce planning. The key objective is to ensure that the University has the workforce to deliver on current and future priorities.
Workforce planning is a continuous process of aligning the workforce and the working environment with UniSA's corporate objectives.
This website provides general information about workforce planning, supports the workforce planning activity of the corporate planning cycle and offers additional support to managers for the development of more extensive workforce plans.
- Why Workforce Planning?
- What is Workforce Planning?
- Identifying Future Workforce Characteristics at UniSA
- Who is responsible for Workforce Planning?
- Advice and Support
- Academic Qualifications
- Staff Gender - Senior Women
- Attraction and Retention of Talent
- Workforce Demographics
Advice and support
For any enquiries about workforce planning or for additional support or information please contact the following staff in the Human Resources Unit:
Your local HR Manager can also provide support and assistance:
Helen Stevens or
UniSA Business School - Louise Seaman
Education, Arts and Social Sciences - Anita Joslin
Health Sciences - Amber Friebe
Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment - Michelle Theeuf