The industrial conditions of UTS employment are defined in: the conditions of employment of the UTS are determined by various laws, collective agreements, common law and university police, practices and statutes. Paid if the lecturer assumes an essential responsibility in the design and development of a unit of a large part of the unit as well as courses or when a conference or a small group of conferences requires special expertise; 1.c (PAY LECT STD) other tasks or demonstrations required, as part of normal tasks, requiring full coordination tasks or as part of normal duties where the casual worker has a doctoral qualification. Tutorial includes 1 hour of delivery and up to 2 hours of work in cases where the casual worker has an appropriate promotion qualification.2.d (PAY TUTPHDRP) . The rehearsal tutorial includes 1 hour of delivery and 1 hour of corresponding working time, provided that the hourly rate in a repetition tutorial applies to the subsequent delivery of essentially the same subject in a tutorial in a period of 7 days and each marker and student advice to some extent at the same time as it. 2.c (PAY TUTPHD) Paid for a “rehearsal course” that covers the subject of a course that is given to another group of students within 7 days. 1.d (PAY LECT RPT) Tutorial includes 1 hour of delivery and up to 2 hours of corresponding working time2.b (PAY TUT RPT) 5.a Clinical Meetings (Faculty of Medicine) (PAY CLSESS) . Paid to a respected person for a single conference for each small group of conferences; or if a course includes 4 hours of work. 1.b (PAY LECT GIS) Other tasks or demonstration rate3.b (PAY DEMO PHD) Routine marking if the casual worker has a corresponding promotional qualification. Paid for labelling that requires a meaningful exercise of appropriate academic judgment to a Level B staff member or as a prudential controller.4.b (PAY MARK STD) ..