New Staff Welcome
Welcome Events for New Staff
We hold approximately 3-4 virtual or in-person events per year. The next Staff Welcome Event for New Staff will take place on Monday 6 February 2023, and we plan to host this event in-person.
We are delighted to welcome you to Queen's.
During the Welcome Event, you will be invited to visit information stands, hosted by colleagues from across the University, this will assist you in becoming more familiar with Queen’s and enable you to review the services available to you. Following the event, you may use this webpage to direct you to the different areas in attendance at the event.
If you have any queries in relation to future events, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please find links to the relevant areas that host stands at the virtual Staff Welcome Events, including additional useful links.
Library Services is responsible for the delivery of a range of services from the McClay Library and several other locations across the campus. Library staff also provide induction, subject support and user training to all of the Library’s user groups.
This is an opportunity for people new to the University to find out about the computing facilities and services available through Information Services. Find out more about all of the computing facilities available for staff and students on the website.
The Estates Directorate commits its resources to the provision of a support service to the University’s staff and students through the development, maintenance and management of the estate in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Our Learning and Development offer at Queen's ensures that all of our people are enabled to build their capability and support their career progression through relevant and meaningful learning opportunities.
Wellbeing at Queen's is organised under four key themes which are complemented by training and a wide range of events and activities. Looking after your health and wellbeing is key to feeling good and functioning well.
Your first port of call for general queries on HR related topics such as terms and conditions, pay, policies or diversity and inclusion. Processing people-related changes on the HR system, in time for monthly payroll.
The Directorate of Academic & Student Affairs (DASA) provides services to the Academic sector and for students. DASA is responsible for academic regulations and quality assurance, and for the enhancement of learning and teaching. Find out more about DASA here.
The Development and Alumni Relations Office (DARO) maintains lifelong relationships with former students of the University now living and working all over the world and also helps Queen’s by raising money, through the Queen’s Foundation.
Finance Training is open to all staff and aims to improve finance skills across the University using systems such as Qfis. Find out more information on available Finance Training and Systems here.
The union for the 21st century, meeting challenges facing working people today. It is a democratic and campaigning union, which fights back for employees in the workplace and protects workers' rights.
The Salaries Office in the Finance Directorate deal with the main QUB payroll, the Non Staff payroll, the RBP Payroll and the Student payroll. Find out more salary information and guidance here.
iRise means: Internationally focused, Racial diversity, Inclusivity for all, Social Cohesion, and Equality of opportunity. The purpose of iRise is to promote the University as a welcoming place to work for BAME and International staff.
The University and College Union is a British trade union in FE and HE representing over 120,000 staff, representing casualised researchers and teaching staff, "permanent" lecturers and academic related PS staff.
Implementing the University’s Social Charter, promoting the values of Queen's locally and globally, ensuring the work of the University is reflected across the community, whilst building relationships.
The Registrar's Office provides a focus for co-ordination, communication and leadership across the University administration, whilst operating within its governance and legal framework.
The Northern Ireland Public Service Alliance (NIPSA) represents over 43,000 members from across the civil and public services and the voluntary sector. For more info. email email@example.com.
The PDC help postdocs and researchers progress their careers, and promote a supportive culture and positive postdoc experience. Find out more on the support available here.
As a global institution, we have a major role to play in making a positive impact in our environment. We are committed to reducing our environmental impact and we are currently developing our carbon strategy.