Delegations are the assignment of authority to undertake specific tasks. At UTS, delegations include the key decision-making authorities for the financial, human resources, administrative, academic, governance and research functions of the university.
How delegations are made
- any member or committee of Council, or
- any authority or officer of the university, or
- any other person or body prescribed by the UTS By-law.
Section 17 also provides that Council can resolve that a delegation to the Vice-Chancellor may be subdelegated.
The Delegations Schedule uses bands to allocate positions to the delegations. To view the positions within each of the bands, see Schedule G2 — Strategic Delegations.
As part of a broader program to streamline policies and empower staff, the Delegations are undergoing a significant review, with the second phase taking effect on 31 May 2019.
Delegations information for UTS staff
Manager, Policy and Secretariat
Governance Support Unit
telephone 02 9514 1249