More than just work
A range of on-site services are available at our campuses. Depending on your work location this may include on-site gym, pool, bookshop, childcare, health service, food outlets, bank, post office, Oxfam etc.
Staff can participate in cycling, yoga, pilates, aerobics and other classes before work, during lunchtime and after work at our Clayton, Caulfield and Peninsula campuses.
Policy and agreements
Policy and procedures
Ethics and conduct
Monash offers a range of competitive salaries. Salaries are negotiated under the Enterprise Bargaining Agreement and are subject to incremental increases annually for most staff.
Monash staff typically receive superannuation contributions of either 9.5% or 17%, depending on the tenure and fraction of appointment.
A range of salary packaging options are available to staff including superannuation, laptops/portable computers, Monash University gym membership and Monash University childcare centre fees.
Novated car leasing is also available to eligible staff.
A wide range of leave options are available to Monash staff. A voluntary reduced working year scheme is also available to staff who wish to extend their leave options.
Staff development and learning
Monash has a strong commitment to staff development and learning.
Staff can also apply for reimbursement of study fees and study leave when they undertake an approved study course of relevance and benefit to their role and future career at the University. See the Staff Study Support procedure.
As a staff member you have full access to extensive libraries and learning materials through the Monash University Library.
Recognition of prior service
In some circumstances prior service is recognised for long service leave and personal leave purposes. You may be eligible if you have worked for an Australian University or public service, the CSIRO or other recognised institution. To find out more see recognition of prior service (section 38.1).
Supporting parents at work
Monash University supports six childcare centres across four of its campuses.
Monash University has a range of flexible work policies to support parents at work.
Generous parental leave options are available to staff. For the birth mother with 24-months or more continuous service this includes maternity leave at full pay for the first 14 weeks and 60% pay for the remaining 38 weeks (total 12 months paid maternity leave).
Spouse/domestic partners are also eligible for some paid and unpaid leave options.
Parking and transport
Parking arrangements will vary depending on your work location however most locations have on-campus permit parking. Parking fees can be salary packaged. See Travel and Parking.
Free shuttle buses run between campuses, and there are many public transport options to choose from.
Monash also supports staff cycling to work with bike parking facilities and a Bike Arrival Station at Clayton Campus.
Health, wellbeing and occupational health and safety
Monash University strives to provide a healthy and safe work environment for staff and has a dedicated unit to promote a proactive safety culture within the University. We encourage our staff to pursue a healthy balance between work, family and other commitments. The Wellbeing at Monash program promotes a healthy work/life balance using a holistic approach – mind, body, spirit and the community.
Staff are eligible for various discounts on consumer products, including health insurance.
The Monash Club provides a vibrant, social, multi-purpose place to relax, meet, dine and/or work.
Open weekdays from 8am to current and previous staff, Higher Degree Research (HDR) candidates, alumni and their guests. No membership fees apply.
Sport at Monash
The University also has a wide range of sporting facilities and services. Each year the University also participates in a number of major sporting events. TeamMONASH™ comprises of students, staff, alumni, friends and family that are a part of the Monash community who come together to represent the University.
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Monash aims to practice and promote environmental sustainability within the local, national and international community. We have a wide range of initiatives to support environmental sustainability including the aim to becoming carbon neutral.