The Academic CV will provide quantitative evidence of your contribution and outputs since your appointment to the University. Although the Committees will be focusing on your contribution and trajectory since last progression, or date of appointment (whichever is most recent), the full Academic CV will be available for additional context if required. Please refer to the Academic Progression Guidance and Academic CV User Guide for further information.
To update information on Pure you will need to access it and make the necessary amendments. For information sourced from other core systems you will need to contact the relevant data holder – please see the Academic Progression Guidance and Academic CV User Guide for further information.
No. As the selection of outputs takes place at unit-level, rather than per individual staff member, it is not appropriate for Committees to assess this information during the Academic Progression process.
Only one grade can be applied for and this has to be highlighted on QOL when submitting an application. The relevant Committee will determine if an application warrants a higher grade that that applied for.
When you were promoted to Reader the grade was Ac4 and the information recorded on the database is date to job title (ie. the date you were promoted to Reader). Date to grade is recorded as November 2019 (ie. when the Reader grade was revised to Ac5). Should you wish, you can insert the following in your Cover Letter: “although date to grade is listed as November 2019 when Readers were moved onto the new Ac5 grade, I was promoted to Reader on dd/mm/yyyy when it was Ac4”.