What does the Remuneration Committee do?
The Remuneration Committee has responsibilities including to:
- receive for condsideration at least annually a report from the Vice-Chancellor on the conditions of employment and remuneration of University staff and officers
- consider the Vice-Chancellor's confidential succession plans for University Executives
- advise the Vice-Chancellor on any matter relating to the remuneration of University staff and officers
- advising Council on matters referred to it pertaining to remuneration.
Remuneration Committee membership
The Remuneration Subcommittee comprises the Chancellor and Deputy Chancellor and has the responsibility to determine the conditions of employment and remuneration of the Vice-Chancellor and to advise the Chancellor on an annual basis in confidence as to the performance of the Vice-Chancellor in the immediately preceding year.
Further information about the Remuneration Committee