Welcome to the staff portal – your gateway to a range of resources and quick links to keep you connected.
This is your internal communication resource where service centres and faculties can exchange, share and store information in a secured environment free from public view. Read the latest news and classifieds, download forms from across our service centres, find out about a centres functions, a school’s organisational structure, get information from HR or be updated on the latest business initiatives happening across the University.
Keep yourself informed with the latest business initiatives and projects being undertaken such as the AQUA Audit, Curriculum 2012 and Beyond, and the Business Excellence Framework.
Access both public and internal information with a staff only faculty section detailing committee minutes, marketing services, and human resources information and a public section which provides more general information regarding the faculties and schools.
Our organisation is structured by multiple administrative service centres that guide and support our faculties, research centres, teachers, students and the communities we serve. Visit our service centres and discover how they contribute to your ECU experience.
ECU offers an array of facilities and services catered to all staff needs across its multiple campuses, such as childcare and kids holiday programs, health and wellness programs, counseling and medical services.
As we are coming into the warmer months it is important to be aware of the hazard snakes pose around campus and what to do if you see or are bitten by one.
Guest speakers Vanessa Bradshaw and Krishna Strickland shared their powerful story of overcoming major health issues to reach Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal at the StaffPLUS Wellness and Benefits Expos.
ECU will be participating in the City of Wanneroo's Charity Golf Day on Thursday, 15 October at Carramar Golf Course and is looking for a team of four golfers to take part.
Congratulations to ECU Cyber Security PhD student Maxim Chernyshev, who recently presented his research into Wi-Fi surveillance and forensics at the 2015 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing (14th Security and Management Conference SAM’15) hosted in Las Vegas, in July of this year.
An ECU program aimed at encouraging more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to study science has been nationally recognised.
To celebrate the launch of ECU Research Week, a special wrap edition of The West Australian newspaper will be printed and delivered free to ECU campuses on Monday 7 September. The wrap features research stories and some of the ECU Research Week program highlights.