Information for Staff
- Equality Advisor (Gender) - firstname.lastname@example.org
- The University has reviewed all existing seminar and other training provision to ensure inclusion of equal opportunities issues where appropriate, and to consider new provision where appropriate and where resources permit
- Training on fair recruitment, management and administration is available from the Oxford Learning Institute
- Training on fair admissions is available from the Oxford Learning Institute
- Training for harassment advisers is available from the EDU
- Guidance on practical issues on employment of trans people is available from the Equality Challenge Unit www.ecu.ac.uk/publications/files/trans-staff-and-students-in-he-revised-2010.pdf/at_download/file
Support and Advice
- The Equality and Diversity Unit is able to offer guidance and advice to departments on University policies.
- The Legal Services Office offers guidance to departments on the law.
- Guidance on personnel policy should be sought by departments from their designated Sector Personnel Officer and by individuals from their departmental administrator or Head of Department.
- The EDU Unit provides a network of harassment advisers and is also responsible for updating the Policy and Procedure on Harassment. Investigations into claims of harassment are the responsibility of the Department; these rules are explained in the Policy and Procedure.
- Advice on childcare is available from the Early Years Administrator or on the Childcare website where full details of University nursery and childminding provision, advice on staff and student funding, and application forms are available.
- The University supports a number of professional and personal development programmes, including Springboard , a specialist programme for women. The Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division also run a Professional Development Programme for Men called Navigator.The Oxford Learning Institute also offers a variety of personal and professional development programmes for University staff and students.
- The University subscribes to the national Athena Project and is a founder member of the Athena SWAN Charter.
- Oxford Women’s Network (OWN) exists to facilitate networking between female members of staff. This network includes all women employed in the collegiate University who wish to join an informal network .
- Equality Challenge Units guidance for higher education institutions covering issues relating to trans staff and students: revised 2010