CSU provides generous employer superannuation contributions as part of its remuneration to staff. On commencement with the University, staff members will become a member of UniSuper.
UniSuper is the provider of superannuation products and services for Australia's higher education and research sector. The UniSuper website has comprehensive information about the fund and the benefits of membership. Employees are encouraged to register for UniSuper Member online. This on-line facility provides members with the ability to keep track of their Unisuper account. UniSuper regularly holds seminars and webinars on a wide range of topics. To learn more about how your super works, register for a seminar or webinar. New employees are strongly recommended to register for the 'Unisuper 101 - an Introduction' webinar to obtain information about the fund and the benefits of being a UniSuper member. If you have questions about your super, have a look at the Super FAQs. Environmentally sustainable super options For some of us, one of the biggest contributors to our carbon footprint comes from the way financial institutions like our super funds and the banks we choose to deal with use our savings to fund the expansion of the fossil fuel industry. If this is a dilemma to which you have not given much prior thought you may be interested in viewing the brief summary animation that is available at gofossilfree.org.au. If reducing your carbon footprint is an important consideration for you, then you may be interested to know that our exclusive super provider, UniSuper, have introduced investment products that are actively managed to minimise support or expansion of the fossil fuel sector. You can read more about these products via the followings summaries available on the UniSuper website.