Non-Academic Staff Council
The Non-Academic Staff Council represents the interests of all technical and administrative staff members at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences. If you would like to contact us, please send an e-mail to . To contact a single member, please see that member’s profile for all relevant contact information. We look forward to your message!
|Katharina Vogl||Deputy Chairperson|
|Steffen Bromund||Deputy Chairperson|
|Kathrin Kallweit||Member (currently not active)|
|Claas van Koeverden||Member|
Office Staff Council
|Sabine Reintjes||Assistant Staff Council|
|Telephone Nr.||02821 806739762|
|Place||Building 4, ground floor, room 015|
Duties and Responsibilities
The Non-Academic Staff Council represents the interests of pay-scale employees, civil servants and other non-academic or research staff members employed by the university; it does not represent professors, research staff or part-time employees.
In order to effectively fulfill its duties and responsibilities as a representative body, the Non-Academic Staff Council has rights of co-determination, participation and consultation in accordance with the Employee Representation Act of North Rhine-Westphalia (Landesvertretungsgesetz - NRW LPVG NW).
In the spirit of effective and trustful cooperation, the most important duties and responsibilities of the Non-Academic Staff Council include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Monitoring the prevailing laws, regulations, collective wage agreements, service agreements etc. which grant legal rights to employees,
- Receiving employees’ suggestions or complaints and forwarding them to the appropriate contact point,
- Exercising its rights of co-determination, participation, consultation, information inter alia in specific areas relating to employee rights and working conditions, including: collective bargaining (e.g. hiring and grouping); personnel transfer; termination; changes to work contracts; planning, development or changes to the workstation or work organisation; defining the contents and scope of work; changes to job specifications or standard working times; preventing unsafe working conditions and workplace accidents; health promotion and addiction prevention; data protection.