PhD in Sociology, Macquarie University (1998)
Bachelor of Economics, University of New England (1973)
Diploma of Education, University of Sydney (1964)
Bachelor of Arts (Hons 1) University of Sydney (1963)
2021-: Member, Industrial Relations Research Group, Public Sector Research Group, UNSW Canberra
2018-: Honorary Associate Professor, School of Business, UNSW Canberra
2010-2020: Honorary Associate Professor, Industrial Relations Research Centre, UNSW Sydney (Deputy Director of IRRC to 2016)
2001-2009: Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor, School of Industrial Relations and Organisational Behaviour/Organisation and Management/Management, UNSW Business School, Sydney
1995-2000: lecturer, Senior Lecturer, School of Management and Policy, University of Canberra
1990-1992: Casual/contract tutor/leceturer, University of Sydney, Macquarie Unviersity
1983-1988: Research Officer, NSW Teachers Federation
1972-1973: Lecturer, Armidale Teachers/ College, Tutor, Mary Whilte College, UNE
1965-1971 and 1974-1983: Secondary school teacher, English and History, NSW Department of Education; 1978-1981: member, English Syllabus Committee
External Competitive Research Grants
Office of Learning and Teaching
2016-2018: Strategic Priority Commissioned Grant SP16-5285: Scholarly Teaching Fellows as a New Category of Employment in Australian Universities: Impacts and Prospects forTeaching and Learning
Australian Research Council
2011-2013: Linkage Grant. Recognising the Skill in Jobs Traditionally Considered Unskilled
2011-2013: Linkage Grant. The Future of Aircraft Maintenance in Australia: Workforce Capability, Aviation Safety and Industry Development
2001-2003: Discovery Grant. What does the New Public Management look like in the Public Sector Workplace? Australia and the United Kingdom Compared
2001-2004: ARC SPIRT (Strategic Partnerships with Industry Research and Training - now called Linkage) Grant. Casual Professionals? New Work Time and Contractual Arrangements in the Education Industry
Contract Research Grants (funded)
2019: Public Service Association and Professional Officers’ Association: Industrial Relations Commission of NSW Supplementary Report in Reply, Honorary Associate Professor Anne Junor, 13 June 2019
2017-2018: Public Service Association and Professional Officers’ Association. Industrial Relations Commission of NSW. Crown employees (School Administrative and Support Staff) Award Application for an Award Variation. Case No. 92883 of 2017. Report - Application of Spotlight Skill Identiification Tool to work of School Administrative Support Staff.
2016-2017: United Voice. Application of Spotlight Skill Identification Tool to Early Childhood Education and Care Work
2014-2015: The Benevolent Society. Use of the Spotlight Skill Identification Tool to analyse jobs and rewrite job descriptions.
2011-2014: UNSW Division of the Executive Director Finance and Operations. Building Professional Skills
2011: Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency. Better Description and Classification of Jobs in Awards: A Spotlight Project
2006:Transport and Logistics Centre. Building workforce capacity in the transport industry - Annotated bibliography
2005-2008: New Zealand Department of Labour. Development of a Methodology for Better Recognition of the Skills in Service Work
1997-1998: Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business. Workplace Agreement Analysis Project
1994-5: Department of Industrial Relations Work and Family Unit.Enterprise Bargaining and Women in Part-time Labour Markets
1994: Association of Non English Speaking Background Women of Australia. Policy options for women of non-English speaking backgrounds in labour market programs
1993: NSW TAFE Commission/Australian Committee for Training Curriculum. Competency-based training: National audit and analysis of gender-inclusive processes in training curriculum design and development .
1991-92: Commonwealth Department of Industrial Relations Pay Equity Unit. Measuring service sector productivity: Part-time women employees and workplace bargaining in the finance sector.
Internal university grants and seed funding
2017: UNSW Business School Linkage Seed Grant. Harmonisation’ of aircraft maintenance training and licensing
2007-8: UNSW Faculty of Business Research Grant. Capability management in the Australian Transport and Logistics Sector: Issues, strategies and prospects
2002-3: UNSW`Faculty of Commerce and Economics Research Grant. Strategic approaches to managing casual teacher employment in the context of an emerging public school teacher shortage
2000: University of Canberra Research Grant. Part-time professionals in education, health and community services
1999: University of Canberra Research Grant. Fragmented bargaining and union response in the ACT Public Sector
2014 Spotlight skills recognition methodology chosen by UNSW Research Office as one of 10 Innovations that Changed our World (http://www.10innovations.unsw.edu.au/)
2005 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence
2011-2021: Editor in Chief: The Economic and Labour Relations Review
2005-2010: Editor: The Economic and Labour Relations Review
Convening of Deliberative Conferences
2018: Co- convener with J Goodman et al, UTS Deliberative conference 6 December, and website: Scholarship in TeachingScholarship in Teaching
2016 and 2017: Co-convener, with I Hampson, UNSW deliberative conferences, The Future of Aircraft Maintenance and Manufacturing in Australia, UNSW Business School,
2009 One-day forum (organised by A Junor and A Barnes (UWS): The Fair Work Act: Promises, Potential, Protections and Pitfalls, UNSW Round House, 21 August.
Pro Bono Expert witness work
(For contracted research work see also 2017-2019 Public Service Association and Professional Officers Association)
2016: National Tertiary Education Union/Fair Work Commission Junor A. Expert Report presented as evidence, Fair Work Commission, in re Application for Variation of Higher Education Industry — Academic Staff — Award 2010 [MA000006] — Disciplinary Currency Allowance. July. (41 pp.)
2010-2011: Australian Services Union and Australian Government (Fair Work Commission). Application under the Fair Work Act for Equal Remuneration Orders (The Social and Community Services Case): Expert witness statements:
(a) Junor, A. Use of Spotlight skills identification methodology to document under-recognised and undervalued service skills. Expert witness statement and supplementary statement, ASU3 and ASU4. Fair Work Commission Equal Remuneration Case 2010–12, FWC FB C2010/3131, Available at: http://www.fwc.gov.au/sites/remuneration/submissions/ASU_Submission W5.pdf ; http://www.fwc.gov.au/sites/remuneration/submissions/ASU_Submission_W5-sup.pdf .
Cross examination 31 January 2011. Transcript available at: http://www.fwc.gov.au/sites/remuneration/transcripts/310111C20103131.pdf.
(b) Junor, A. And Briar, C (2011) Community sector work: Proportion of client based care by job grade. Cited in and appended to Joint Submission of the Applicants and the Australian Government on Remedy. Fair Work Australia No.C2010/3131, 17 November. Available at: http://www.fwc.gov.au/sites/remuneration/submissions/ jointSubRemedy_17-nov-2011.pdf.
2003: NSW Teachers Federation TAFE Teachers' case.
Affidavit and Affidavit in Reply, before the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales, Re: Variations on the Crown Employees (Teachers in Schools and TAFE and Related Employees) Salaries and Conditions Award re TAFE Part-Time Casual Teachers Conditions of Employment, IRC Matter 3597/2003, Sydney
Pro bono consulting work and keynote addresses
2013-2016: Regional Development Australia Sydney, Southwestern Sydney Manufacturing and Engineering Task Force.
2011-2012: Standards Australia AS5376-2012 Australian Standard: Gender-Inclusive Job Evaluation and Grading.
2011-2012: Independent inquiry into Insecure Work in Australia (ACTU)
Written submission with Celia Briar;
Oral submission, State Library of NSW, 27 February 2012.
Extensively Cited in Howe, B. Biddington. J. and Charlesworth, S. (2012) Lives on Hold: Unlocking the Potential of Australia’s Workforce. Report of Independent Inquiry into Insecure Work in Australia. ACTU, Melbourne.
2010: Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency
2008-2009: House of Representatives Standing Committee on Employment and Workplace Relations. Inquiry into Pay Equity and Associated Issues relating to Increasing Female Participation in the Workforce
2008: Workplace Wellbeing, New Zealand. Shining a spotlight on the hidden skills of community sector workers.
2005: NZ Department of Labour
2001: Equal Opportunity for Women Agency. Board presentation: Ways of addressing casual employment issues in annual reporting process
2000-02 Australian Council for Overseas Aid Agencies (Now ACFID) (pro bono research)
Public forum presentations - keynotes, panels, launches
2010 Economic analysis of IR law: Then and now. Invited paper to IIR Fair Work Summit, Sydney, 17-18 May.
2004 Junor A., with Evatt Foundation, organised launch at NSW Parliament house of IRRC Monograph, Labour Rights and Border Protection: Attempts at a Viable Life on the Temporary Protection Visa, by Nigel Hoffmann,1 April
Monographs, Consultancy Reports, Submissions, Expert Witness Statements, Practitioner Tools
Junor, A., Briar, C, Balnave, N. and Barnes, A. (2016) Investigating the Less Visible Demands of Early Childhood Education and Care Work. Research Report, October. (179 pp.)
Quinlan, M., Hampson, I., Junor, A. and Fraser, D. (2016) Feedback submission: Transport & Logistics Industry Skills Council Ltd. Aviation Workforce Skills Study January.
Hampson, I., D. Fraser, M. Quinlan, A. Junor, S. Gregson (2015), The Future of Aircraft Maintenance in Australia: Workforce Capability, Aviation Safety and Industry Development. Final Report. (280 pp).
Junor A and Fraser D (2015) Manufacturing and Engineering Skill Requirements: Views of Employers in two LGAs in Southwestern Sydney 2013-2014 Final Report with Recommendations. January 2015.
Smith, E., Smith, A., Hampson, I and Junor, A. (2015) Response to Discussion Paper ‘Review of Training and Accredited Courses’, National VET Reform Process. Canberra: Department of Education and Training.
Junor, A., Hampson, I., Morgan D, Briar, C and Hall, P. (2013) Building professional skills: recognising skills at work. Toolkit and handbook. Prepared for UNSW Division of Finance and Operations.
Briar, C. And Junor, A. (2012) Insecure work in Australia: General comments and three focal issues - Gender Dimensions: Indigenous and immigrant women, women with disabilities tertiary education casualisation, Submission to the Independent Inquiry into Insecure Work in Australia, January 2012.
Junor, A., Wilcox, T. and Fruin. D, (2011) better description and classification of jobs in awards: A Spotlight project, Report Prepared for the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency, Sydney, 211 pp., December,
Junor, A. and Fruin, D. (2011) Proposed transition to CFA classification structure: MFESB Administrative and Operational Support Staff Agreement, Report to United Firefighters Union, Victoria (23 pages).
New Zealand Department of Labour [Junor, A. et al. (2009) Spotlight: A Skills Recognition Tool, Wellington, Department of Labour (published on CD with the Equitable Job Evaluation Tool and the Job Evaluation Standard. Incl 119 page Research Report).
Junor, A., Gholamshahi, S. and O’Brien, S. (2009) Beyond Pool-Stirring: Non English Speaking Background Women and Labour Market Programs, Reprinted by voced.edu.au from 1994 monograph published by ANESBWA, Granville.
Junor, A. (1998) Changes to the labour market and workplace in Australia since 1986: Implications for Gender Equity and Affirmative Action. Report to the Review of the Affirmative Action Act 1998. Used to produce Unfinished Business: Equity for Women in Australian Workplaces. Final Report of the Regulatory Review of the Affirmative Action (Equal Employment for Women) Act 1986. June: 46-50; 58-62; 115-118; 122-127; 150.
Junor, A. and Barlow, K .(1995) Gender Inclusive Curriculum: Research Report. Australian Committee for Training Curriculum Products, Melbourne.