Project Transform: new organisation structure & feedback

November 25th, 2015

Project Transform will be bringing significant change to the way that administrative services are delivered to students. Part of this change involves restructuring the organisation and staff that are key to delivering these services.

Over the past month significant progress has been made to this end. Proposals for Administrative, Professional and Managerial (APM) levels 5-7 staff have already been made. The proposed organisation structure along with role profiles for level 5, 6 and 7 staff in that new structure has been made available on the Project Transform Workspace (login required). The level 7 posts are currently being advertised.

Group consultation meetings and individual meetings have taken place with in-scope staff in response to these proposals and have been well attended with lots of useful discussion and feedback. This feedback, along with feedback from the Trade Unions – UCU and Unison – has been collated and considered, with the outcome being that a number of changes have been made. A summary of this feedback and the corresponding decisions taken in response can be found on the HR Project Transform Workspace (login required).

A number of questions were also raised relating to the upcoming organisational changes. These are available to view along with their corresponding answers as a list of FAQs (login required) made available by HR.

The next stage of the consultation process is to hold group consultation meetings with staff in level 1-4 roles, commencing on Monday 30 November 2015.

If you have questions about these staff consultations, these can be directed to HR or to the unions through the channels below:



A comprehensive list of support available to staff can be found on the Project Transform blog.

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November 26th, 2015 at 11:21 am

Vicki Morris

Hello, Campus News,

please can you update the link to the Unison website contained in this message?

It should be:

It is currently not working. Thank you.

Vicki Morris, Unison Communications Officer

November 26th, 2015 at 11:28 am

Ryan Neal

Hi Vicki,

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The link has been replaced with the contact information.


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