12 4. Scope 4.1 This Agreement includes: the College; Teachers as defined in Section 3 of this Agreement; also; Staff 4.2 This Agreement shall not apply to: (d) (e) (f) (g) principal; The Rector of the University and any other member of the Society of Jesus; Members of the College Executive, including but not limited to: Principal Campus Director Burke Hall Campus Director Kostka Hall Campus Director of Teaching and Learning Director of Personnel Services Director of Finance (CFO) Director of Faith Education Director of Community Relations all employees who serve as casual workers; apprentices; apprentices; or; Workers with a sustained wage system. 5. Relationship to Rewards This Agreement is subject to the complete exclusion of any rewards that would otherwise apply to employees covered by this Agreement, including, but not limited to, the 2010 Educational Services (Schools) General Staff Award and the 2010 Educational Services (Teachers) Award and completely supersedes xavier College`s Terms and Conditions of Employment Contract National Employment Standards 6.1 National Employment Standards (NES), as contained in Part 2-2 of the FW Act, the minimum rights to which an employee covered by this Agreement is entitled are as follows. This Agreement may contain additional or additional terms with respect to the NES. 6.2 This Agreement contains industry- and company-specific details when it comes to a matter provided for in the NES. 22 20.4 A worker who has acquired seniority rights must inform the Order 6 months in advance of his intention to take an extended leave The date of seniority must be discussed with the Order in order to be adapted to both parties for the employee and the College. However, an employee is encouraged to take long periods of work when due or within 12 months of that date A teacher should take long-term leave during semester periods if possible, but other arrangements may be negotiated with the responsible campus director An employee is entitled to the same duties upon return from leave. Positions of responsibility and salary he had before his departure.
If the employee`s duties or position of responsibility no longer exist, the employee is entitled to substantially equivalent duties and/or a position of responsibility At the end of the employment relationship after 7 years of uninterrupted employment, an employee is entitled in proportion to the right to temporary leave. 21. Parental leave 21.1 Parental leave is provided for in the NES. This clause complements the provisions of the NES If an employee meets the eligibility requirements for unpaid parental leave under the NES, he or she is entitled to leave of up to 24 months if he or she has primary responsibility for caring for the child Change in the duration of parental leave Subject to the relevant provisions of the NES, The duration of parental leave may be shortened by written agreement between the college and the employee, provided that it does not exceed 24 months. Subject to the relevant provisions of the NES, where a worker has taken parental leave of up to 12 months, the worker may: (i) extend the period of parental leave once by notifying the College in writing 4 weeks before the end of the period, indicating the period during which the leave will be extended; and (ii) may further extend the duration of parental leave in agreement with the College. An employee may request an extension beyond 24 months, but at the sole discretion of the college. 21 19. Holidays are provided for in the NES.
This agreement provides for additional or additional details before the payment of work on a public holiday An employee of the General Staff who is required to work on a public holiday will be paid up to 250% for the normal hours of work worked, unless the college and the employee have agreed that the employee will take a day off instead of paying, in this case, the employee is paid at the normal hourly rate for work during the holidays. Replacement of statutory holidays By agreement between the Order and: (i) the majority of employees; or (ii) an individual employee may be considered a holiday as an alternative day instead of one of the days specified by the NES. 20. Long period of leave 20.1 An employee is entitled to a service under this ordinary compensation clause (including annual remuneration) in respect of the employee`s continued employment at the college. This includes eligible service in Catholic education in Victoria and other colleges approved by college policy from time to time, the amount of this entitlement is 13 weeks after 10 years of uninterrupted service and 1.3 weeks of additional paid leave at the end of each year thereafter. An employee may take the double leave with half of the salary, subject to the approval of the college. An employee may take a lifetime leave after completing seven years of uninterrupted service If an employee has had a combination of part-time and full-time service, the salary will be prorated during the leave of service. However, if the definition of “normal remuneration” in section 64 of the Long-Term Leave Act 1992 (Vic) resulted in a higher payment to an employee, that higher payment would apply. The ultimate goal of this program is to address the lack of diversity in the biomedical research workforce and prepare a diverse group of future contributors for the NIH-funded research society. Xavier`s Pathways project focuses on the different pathways to success of biomedical science students, bringing together both academic and academic support areas to provide students with a holistic program that better prepares them for a career in research.
To further expand the benefits of Project Pathways, Xaver has partnered with several institutions to give our students the opportunity to conduct research with liaison partners, including Dartmouth, Boston University School of Medicine, the University of Michigan, and more. 1  FWAA DECISION Fair Work Act 2009 s.185 Company Agreement The Society of Jesus in Victoria T/A Xavier College (AG2012/12795) XAVIER COLLEGE CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT 2012 COMMISSIONER FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BISSETT MELBOURNE, 17 DECEMBER 2012 Application for approval of the.  An application for approval of an operating agreement called (the Agreement) has been submitted. The application was made pursuant to section 185 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (the Act). The agreement is an agreement on a single company.  I am satisfied that all the requirements of sections 186, 187 and 188 of the Act relating to this application for approval have been met.  The Agreement is hereby approved. .