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9.0 Role and Responsibilities

 

9.1 College Secretary/Directors/Directors of Operations/Principal Investigator

The role of the College Secretary, Directors and Director of Operations is crucial in the PDR process.  They are responsible for ensuring that:

  • this scheme is implemented;
  • all reviewers have been appropriately trained to conduct the PDR;
  • each member of their staff receives a fair, thorough and high quality PDR;
  • alternative reviewers are appointed if the appropriate reviewer is not available (for reasons of absence, vacancies, etc.); and
  • links are created between the College`s Strategy, School/departmental plan and the reviewee`s individual objectives.

 

9.2 Reviewer

Reviewers are responsible for ensuring that PDR`s are carried out in accordance with this process and should:

  • undertake the PDR reviewer training before starting the PDR process;
  • effectively prepare for meetings, including the annual PDR meeting;
  • conduct regular reviews with the reviewee;
  • complete PDR forms within the time scales; and
  • follow up any issues raised in the PDR discussion, this could include reasonable adjustments, flexible working or other support needs.

 

9.3 Reviewee

Reviewees are expected to:

  • undertake the PDR reviewee training before starting the PDR process;
  • effectively prepare for meetings, including the annual PDR meeting;
  • actively participate in the scheme;
  • complete PDR forms within the time scales; and
  • follow up on any development opportunities identified.

 

9.4 Learning and Organisational Development

L & ODs role is to:

  • Provide training and support to both the reviewer and reviewee as detailed in point 12 below;
  • Monitor the scheme in accordance with 10 below; and
  • Seek feedback about general learning and development needs from the Schools and Professional Services departments, to inform the Learning and Organisational Development plan.

 

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