Flinders University employs casual staff in a variety of roles across the University.
Casual academics may be engaged to lecture, facilitate tutorials, demonstrate in practical classes, mark assignments or assist in the preparation of teaching materials and organisation of classes.
Casual professionals may be engaged in clerical, administrative, financial, research, technical or IT roles.
Casual employees do not have regular or systematic hours of work or should not have an expectation of continuing work. A typical casual employee is employed on an hourly basis when the need arises.
Pursuant to the Children's Protection Act 1993 (SA) where the casual employee is to perform a prescribed function(s) they will be required to obtain a child-related employment screening as a condition of engagement. The casual employee will be responsible for the cost of the employment screening. The casual employee cannot commence work with the University until satisfactory screening clearance has been received.
All staff are required to undertake general and site / work specific WHS induction. Supervisors are responsible for ensuring that new staff receive the mandatory WHS induction and training on their first day at work.
Conflict of interest
Please ensure your casual staff member is aware of the University's expectations around conflict of interest.