We're in the midst of planning this page. We'd like it to be the go-to place for SBS EMCRs to find the information they need to succeed while working in the School. Think career development, funding opportunities, grant writing tips, connecting with other EMCR organisations and where to find support during challenging times.
Let us know if there are resources you want to see on this page or if you have links and content that you think we should be sharing. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Resources Page.
We realised that many of the EMCRs applicants don't know the pathways that will lead them to get a promotion. To help you plan and manage your academic career, we listed here some websites that can help you to find the information you need.
Academic Careers: Staff Hub: https://staff.unimelb.edu.au/human-resources/academic-careers
** Main HR site for Academic Careers @ Melbourne. Contains information related to ‘academic performance framework’, ‘performance development framework’, ‘performance relative to opportunity’, ‘promotion’ and further career development opportunities.
Service now ‘Academic Careers @ Melbourne – Promotion information’: https://unimelb.service-now.com/hr?id=kb_article&sys_id=ce30c90d871545103e4e86280cbb35a0
** Contains ‘promotion guidelines’ and ‘how to guides’.
Service now ‘ACM - Academic Promotions Timetables’: https://unimelb.service-now.com/hr?id=kb_article&sys_id=58ef768c878989d03e4e86280cbb350f
Faculty of MDHS
Other relevant information
Appropriate Use of Research Metrics: The Appropriate Use of Research Metrics (unimelb.edu.au)
Fellowship salary gap process: https://gateway.research.unimelb.edu.au/resources/funding/grant-resources/fellowship-salary-gap-management-process
Mental Health Resources
We have recently found ourselves in a challenging time amid COVID-19 restrictions. Having to face career uncertainties, social disconnection and carers’ responsibilities for some, it is understandable that many of us will be feeling stressed, anxious, lost and overwhelmed. To better support EMCRs, we have put together a list of mental health resources below. Please note that this is a general guide; visit your GP for professional advice and call ‘000’ for urgent assistance.
Mental Health Resources
This University webpage covers a wide range of internal and external health and wellbeing support services and resources.
This University webpage covers the mental health reactions associated with COVID-19, coping strategies and recommended resources and support available in Australia.
This is a confidential support service available to UoM employees and their immediate family members. It is delivered by an external provider, Benestar through telephone, video, online, or the BeneHub app. Appointments can be made by calling 1300 360 364 (Australia) or +61 2 8295 2292 (International). Alternatively, visit https://benestar.com/, click on the ‘BeneHub Login’ button and enter the following details in the ‘Use your company token’ and create your personal profile’ section:
An excellent website created by the Australian Government Department of Health that provide step-by-step guide to help you find the right digital mental health resources that suit your needs.
Provides telephone counselling and referral to local mental health support services.
Telephone: 13 11 14
Provides mental health and suicide prevention information to cater for people from various cultural and language background.
Provides anonymous and free counselling and referral services tailored for the LGBTI community.
Telephone: 1800 184 527
Non-for-profit organisation which provides relationship counselling and mediation.
Telephone: 1300 543 396
Provides free support, referral and information for all Victorian women, non-binary and gender-diverse individuals.
Telephone: 1300 134 130