Terms and Conditions of ECU’s VolunteerHub web sites

ECU VolunteerHub site, is managed by Edith Cowan University (“ECU”), to allow businesses, government and not-for-profit organisations to advertise voluntary positions to ECU students and graduates.

The following terms and conditions apply to organisations advertising of voluntary positions on ECU VolunteerHub (Advertisers):

  1. All advertisements will be reviewed and are subject to approval by designated staff of ECU before being advertised and made available for access by ECU students/graduates. ECU reserves the right to either reject or remove any advertisements from the ECU Volunteer Hub site in its sole and absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever.
  2. ECU reserves the right to change these terms and conditions from time to time.
  3. For advertising to be approved, the following information must be provided by the Advertiser:
    1. Registered entity name and/or trading name;
    2. Full postal and/or physical address in Australia (Advertisers must have an Australian office);
    3. Full name, email address, website and phone number of at least one contact person;
    4. Australian Business Number (ABN) (only Advertisers with an ABN can advertise); and
    5. An adequate description of the nature of the volunteer opportunity being offered (eg. duties/responsibilities, location, working hours, required skills/experience and/or selection criteria).
  4. The following special conditions apply for Advertisers that are recruitment agencies or other third party recruiters:
    1. Advertisements will only be accepted from agencies with an Australian office and an ABN;
    2. Advertisers who are recruitment agencies and other third party recruiters must provide the name of the client organisation to ECU; and
    3. Only genuine volunteering opportunities must be submitted.
  5. Conditions for voluntary work advertised on ECU VolunteerHub:
    1. The Advertiser warrants that the volunteer opportunity being advertised must adhere to the definition of volunteering as defined by ECU, and the organisation must ensure compliance with guidelines on volunteering issued by the Fair Work Ombudsman (link: http://www.fairwork.gov.au/pay/student-placement-and-unpaid-work/Pages/volunteering.aspx);
    2. The Advertiser warrants that it has in place adequate volunteer and public liability insurance cover for its volunteers. The organisation agrees to provide a copy of the certificates of currency in respect of such insurances to ECU on request; and
    3. The Advertiser must ensure that all information contained in the advertisement is accurate and truthful. ECU will not liable for inaccurate, misleading or false information provided by Advertisers on ECU VolunteerHub; and
    4. The Advertiser must ensure its advertisement complies with any applicable laws, including without limitation laws relating to employment, Fair Trading, Equal Opportunity and Human Rights.
  6. ECU will not advertise the following type of advertisements on VolunteerHub:
    1. Position involving any illegal activity, or where position is inappropriate in nature;
    2. Any work which requires payment of non-refundable application and/or training fees, or purchase of a product or service, or similar, as a condition of employment;
    3. Research participant opportunities not approved by an appropriate ethics committee.
  7. All complaints regarding the ECU VolunteerHub should be referred to careers@ecu.edu.au.
  8. The Advertiser acknowledges and agrees to the following:
    1. Although ECU VolunteerHub is intended to be used by ECU students or graduates only, ECU cannot guarantee that others will not view and apply for advertised positions.
    2. ECU does not screen, nor endorse the suitability of, applicants for any position. ECU does not recommend or endorse any Advertisers featured on the VolunteerHub.
    3. ECU will not liable to users and Advertisers in respect of any loss or damage (including consequential loss or damage) which may be suffered or incurred or which may arise directly or indirectly in connection with the ECU VolunteerHub services.
    4. ECU cannot and does not guarantee or warrant that files available for downloading through the ECU VolunteerHub sites or delivered via electronic mail through the sites will be free of infection or viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties. Advertisers are responsible for implementing sufficient procedures and checkpoints to satisfy their particular requirements for accuracy and security of data input and output, and for reconstruction of any lost data.
    5. Advertisers hereby indemnify and shall keep indemnified ECU, its officers, staff and agents, against any loss, damage, claim, action, cost or expense incurred or sustained or made or brought against any of those indemnified parties arising from or in connection with their advertisement on, or use of the VolunteerHub services; but not to the extent that such loss, damage, claims or liability is due to the negligence of ECU.
    6. This agreement is governed by the laws of Western Australia. The parties irrevocably and unconditionally submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Western Australia and any court that may hear appeals from any of those courts, for any proceedings in connection with this agreement and waive any right they might have to claim that those courts are an inconvenient forum.

Terms and Conditions approved June 2014; and may change at any time without notice.



Terms and Conditions of ECU’s CareerHub web sites

ECU CareerHub Job Board site is managed by Edith Cowan University (“ECU”), to allow businesses, government and not-for-profit organisations to advertise job vacancies, paid internships and/or cadetships to ECU students and graduates.

The following terms and conditions apply to organisations seeking to advertise job vacancies on ECU CareerHub (Advertisers):

  1. All advertisements will be reviewed and are subject to approval by designated staff of ECU before being advertised and made available for access by ECU students/graduates. ECU reserves the right to either reject or remove any advertisements from its ECU CareerHub site in its sole and absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever.
  2. ECU reserves the right to change these terms and conditions from time to time.
  3. For advertising to be approved, the following information must be provided by the Advertiser:
    1. Registered entity name and/or trading name;
    2. Full postal and/or physical address in Australia (Advertisers must have an Australian office);
    3. Full name, email address, website and phone number of at least one contact person;
    4. Australian Business Number (ABN) (only Advertisers with an ABN can advertise);
    5. An adequate description of the nature of the work being offered (eg. duties/responsibilities, location, working hours, required skills/experience and/or selection criteria); and
    6. The base salary or appropriate rate of pay for the position in Australian dollars, or reference to a relevant award, industrial agreement or job classification.
  4. The following special conditions apply for Advertisers who are recruitment agencies and other third party recruiters:
    1. Advertisements will only be accepted from agencies with an Australian office and an ABN;
    2. Advertisers who are recruitment agencies and other third party recruiters must provide the name of the client organisation to ECU . Only genuine job vacancies must be submitted.
  5. The Advertiser must ensure that:
    1. All information contained in the advertisement is accurate and truthful. ECU will not be liable for inaccurate, misleading or false information provided by advertisers on ECU CareerHub;
    2. Advertisements comply with any applicable laws, including without limitation laws relating to employment, Fair Trading, Equal Opportunity and Human Rights;
    3. All pays rates and conditions of employment for positions advertised satisfy relevant employment standards and laws in the country/state where they will be carried out.
  6. ECU will not advertise the following type of advertisements on CareerHub:
    1. Any advertisement not advertising a genuine employment opportunity – eg. generic advertisements that do not detail specific vacancies, or those that require applicants to register with an agency/organisation for possible opportunities;
    2. Commission-only jobs;
    3. Positions involving unpaid training/trial periods or reduced pay for these periods (except where a Federal or State award makes allowances for such arrangements);
    4. Business opportunities, franchise ownership opportunities or Pyramid schemes;
    5. Positions involving any illegal activity, or where position is inappropriate in nature;
    6. Any work which requires payment of non-refundable application and/or training fees, or purchase of a product or service, or similar, as a condition of employment;
    7. Research participant opportunities not approved by an appropriate ethics committee.
  7. All complaints regarding the ECU CareerHub should be referred to careers@ecu.edu.au.
  8. Advertisers acknowledge and agree:
    1. ECU reserves the right to refuse any person or organisation use of the ECU CareerHub.
    2. Although ECU CareerHub is intended to be used by ECU students or graduates only, ECU cannot guarantee that others will not view and apply for advertised positions.
    3. ECU does not screen, nor endorse the suitability of, applicants for any position. ECU does not recommend or endorse any Advertisers.
    4. ECU will not be liable to users and Advertisers in respect of any loss or damage (including consequential loss or damage) which may be suffered or incurred or which may arise directly or indirectly in connection with the ECU CareerHub.
    5. ECU cannot and does not guarantee or warrant that files available for downloading through the ECU CareerHub site or delivered via electronic mail through the sites will be free of infection or viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties. Advertisers are responsible for implementing sufficient procedures and checkpoints to satisfy their particular requirements for accuracy and security of data input and output, and for reconstruction of any lost data.
    6. Advertisers hereby indemnify and shall keep indemnified ECU, its officers, staff and agents, against any loss, damage, claim, action, cost or expense incurred or sustained or made or brought against any of those indemnified parties arising from or in connection with their advertisement on, or use of the CareerHub services; but not to the extent that such loss, damage, claims or liability is due to the negligence of ECU.
    7. This agreement is governed by the laws of Western Australia. The parties irrevocably and unconditionally submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Western Australia and any court that may hear appeals from any of those courts, for any proceedings in connection with this agreement and waive any right they might have to claim that those courts are an inconvenient forum.

Terms and Conditions approved June 2014; and may change at any time without notice.