Honorary Associates, Adjunct & Clinical Appointments
Honorary Associates - recent UNE doctoral postgraduate who agrees to continue to contribute to research, scholarship or teaching for the benefit of the University.
Adjuncts - individual who has achieved recognition in an area of the teaching and research program of the discipline, commensurate to the relevant Academic Classification Standard.
Clinical Appointments - individuals who hold a relevant non-academic position which has a clear academic element. Appointees may be external medical-related professionals.
Visiting Academics (Research) & Visiting Research Students
Visiting Academics and Visiting Research Students - individuals who are associated with another institution who are invited to visit Australia to observe or participate in an Australian research project; or for postgraduate students or recent graduates of a foreign educational institutional who are invited to undertake research at UNE that is closely related to their field of study.
Occupational Trainees - Postgraduate students, or recent doctoral graduates who want to come to Australia on a temporary basis to participate in occupational training or participate in classroom based professional development activities. This option is not appropriate for applicants wishing to contribute towards and Australian research project. Please contact HR Services if you wish to invite an Occupational Trainee to UNE.
These individuals are not direct employees of UNE, agent/seconded staff are remunerated for their services to UNE and are therefore ineligible for Honorary status. As they require access to general UNE systems, they will be set up on the UNE system as Agent/Seconded staff. The following form should be completed and emailed to Human Resource Services.
Please direct any enquiries to Human Resource Services via email to email@example.com or by calling 6773 3705.