The Remuneration Committee is responsible for determining the Reward Strategy of the university and for setting the remuneration and the terms and conditions for the Vice-Chancellor and members of his Senior Management Team. It takes account of affordability and comparative information on the remuneration, benefits and conditions of employment in the University sector, and wider where appropriate, so that:
- The University can recruit and retain high quality academic and Professional Services leaders;
- Appropriate performance targets and incentives are set and outcomes monitored for these leasers to develop the continued success of the University.
The Committee also reviews the recommendations made by the Senior Management Team in relation to the reumneration of Professors and Directors at grade 11.
Follow this link to read the Remuneration Committee's Annual Report for 2020: Remuneration Committee Annual Report 2020