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Policies

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

Heythrop College is committed to the equality of opportunity for members of staff, students and visitors, and believes that all individuals should be treated with dignity and respect. The College therefore aims to create an environment in which everyone is treated equitably regardless of race, ethnic origin, nationality, gender, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, political belief or social/economic group, or any other inappropriate distinction.

The College’s equality statement and objectives are found in the documents below:

Public Sector Equality Duty 2012

Equality Objectives 2012-2016


FINANCE

The following policies and procedures are associated with the College Financial Regulations:

  • Conflicts of Interest
  • Financial Limits approved by Council for committee and officer action
  • Risk Management Policy
  • Value for Money Strategy
  • Treasury Management Policy Statement
  • Fraud Policy
  • Whistleblowing
  • Corporate Gifts and Hospitality
  • Expenses Policy for employees
  • Freedom of Speech Procedures

FREEDOM OF SPEECH

POLICY ON EXTREMISM (PREVENT DUTY GUIDANCE)


HEALTH AND SAFETY

The College’s Health and Safety Policy was updated and confirmed in February 2015.


HUMAN RESOURCES

Heythrop Salary Scales with effect from 1st August 2016

2016/2017

  • Visiting Lecturer rate - £52.75/hour
  • Tutoring rate - £19.00/hour of tutoring + £10/essay
  • UG/PG dissertation and PG Research supervision - £32/hour

Full details of rates for sessional teaching staff can found on the Human Resources page on Helios. 

Staff Related Ordinances on:

  • Probation
  • Redundancy
  • Discipline
  • Incapacity on the grounds of health
  • Dismissals on other grounds
  • Grievance

Erasmus for Heythrop Staff

Staff may wish to apply for ERASMUS funding to visit a partner institution (see document below) to offer lectures and participate in other teaching activities. Staff should make a formal application via the ERASMUS Coordinator. For full details see the Erasmus section on HELIOS.


INFORMATION MANAGEMENT


PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT


QUALITY ASSURANCE AND ENHANCEMENT

The College carefully maps all its procedures against national and international quality assurance and enhancement requirements. Key staff members who work in this area are:

  • Director of Learning and Teaching, Dr Jon Loose
  • Head of Academic Policy and Governance, Ms Kathryn Powell
  • Research and Quality Administrator, Ms Frith Hooton
  • Governance and Quality Enhancement Officer, Ms Laura Watson

All staff, students and interested external parties may refer to the Quality Assurance and Enhancement Handbook which outlines the College’s processes and requirements. For further information please contact one of the team members listed above.

The following resources may be useful: