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Supplementary payments for academic-related staff in the professorial grade: Notice

26 March 2003

By approval in 1998 of the Report on the recruitment, reward, and retention of academic and academic-related officers (Reporter, 1997-98, pp. 804-17), the Regent House delegated power to decide ad hominem increases in the course of appointment to the competent authority (the Council or the General Board as the case may be) (see paragraphs 41 and 42, Reporter, 1997-98, (p. 809).

As provided for in the Report, the Vice-Chancellor has completed a review of current remuneration of all academically related officers in the professorial grade eligible for consideration. He was assisted in this by members of the Advisory Committee specified in paragraph 41 (comprising on this occasion the two Pro-Vice-Chancellors - Professor Malcolm Grant and Mrs Anne Lonsdale - and Sir Colin Lucas, as an external member). In the light of the Advisory Committee's recommendations, the Council and the General Board have now approved ad hominem enhancements of stipend, as set out below (the percentages stated are of the base professorial stipend).

General Board

The Committee reviewed the position of five eligible officers.

The Board have approved the following enhancements, with effect from 1 October 2002:

No increase5%7.5%39%
1112

Council

The Committee reviewed the position of twelve eligible officers.

The Council have approved the following enhancements, with effect from 1 October 2002:

No increase5%20%39%53%
61122


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Cambridge University Reporter, 24 April 2003
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