Human Resources is responsible for supporting the University through the delivery of a comprehensive HR service which develops and adopts relevant people management strategies, provides a range of professional support, information and expert advice consistent with employment legislation and best practice.
Even with all the information on our website, it may be that you still can't find the answer to something, or you don't even know where to begin, or you don't feel you can talk to someone face-to-face but would rather email first - then why not Ask humres? This is an email service provided by Human Resources for employees needing advice on any aspect of employment within the University. Employees can contact Human Resources with any query - large or small - and will receive a response within two working days.
If you have a query for Salaries, please see the Salaries page for contact details.
If you have any comments or questions about our site or service, please send an email or contact us directly on 01334 463096.
The pay award for 2018/19 has been implemented, backdated to 1 August 2018, payable in the September salary run. In addition, the University is implementing a local supplement. Further information on the local supplement can be found in our FAQs (PDF, 468 KB).
Below is the August 2018 pay scales including the local supplementary payment:
- Pay Scale with Supp Payment August 2018 (with on costs) (PDF, 328 KB)
Brexit - Support for EEA staff
The University recognises the importance that our international community plays in the success of our institution and is intent on ensuring we provide the best support to all our staff and their families. As the UK prepares to exit the European Union, the University understands that this is an uncertain and anxious time for EEA nationals and their families.
The UK Government participates in a two-year negotiation period with the European Union, after triggering Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union. During this time, the terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union will be decided.
Support from the University
The University is committed to protecting the on-going employment and rights of EEA nationals. The University is reliant on the value that the free movement of EEA nationals bring to maintain our strong position as a Scottish University with a global reputation.
As at 1 April 2017, EEA nationals comprise of 14% of the University’s total workforce.
As part of the support to current EEA nationals working at the University, the following activities have been implemented –
- A series of drop-in sessions across the University for EEA colleagues
- Open fora chaired by the Principal and members of the Principal’s Office
- Individual consultation meetings with Human Resources
- Practical advice that we offer through our webpages
- The University covering the cost of applications for permanent residence or an EEA registration certificate.
Further information and support can be found at https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/staff/brexit/ or by contacting Cameron Little in Human Resources on extension 2497 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org