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For all faults and enquiries please call the Service Desk on 8946 6500. Facilities management uses Syllabus Plus as the sole means of booking airconditioning.

The CDU Bookshop is located on the Ground Floor, Red 1, Casuarina campus. Trading hours are 8.30am to 4.00pm on Monday to Friday.

The University has a range of motor vehicles available for faculties and divisions on a user-pays basis.

Further information is available on the Facilities webpage.

All bookings for University vehicles are made electronically via StaffNet and clicking the "Book a Vehicle" icon.

If it is found that vehicles are unavailable please contact the Facilities Help Desk on 8946 6500.

Catering can be arranged for University functions. See Facilities management for more information.

Applications for a Certificate of Exemption (docx 338KB) from Public Tenders $100,000 and above and for exemptions from the requirement to obtain three written quotations for goods and services valued at >$10,000 and <$100,000 will be reviewed by the Tender Committee.

No action to commence procurement of the goods or services should be commenced prior to obtaining an approved Certificate of Exemption from the Secretary of the Tender Committee.

Charles Darwin University Child Centre is located in Green 3, Casuarina campus.

The following are the contacts for the provision of cleaning, waste management and sanitation services.

All service enquiries should be initially directed to the Service Desk 8946 6500. Contractual enquiries can be directed to Margaret Toner on 8946 6250.

If you are a staff member who needs your office relocated, furniture moved or just general help with moving/setting up rooms, call the Service Desk on 8946 6500, email facilities@cdu.edu.au or complete the Application for custodial services (DOC 200KB) form and fax to 8946 6562.

The cyclone season officially commences on 1 November and ceases on 30 April, but cyclonic events have been known to occur outside this period.

Cyclones affect coastal areas up to at least 50km inland from the sea.

University Operations has Emergency Advice for processes to be followed in preparation and response to such events.

See Custodial above.

For equipment hire, contact facilities@cdu.edu.au.

For any audio visual enquiries please contact the Service Desk on 8946 6500.

For classroom/lecturn instructions go to Facilities and equipment.

For hiring of university facilities complete the Venue Hire Request Form (docx 1.3MB) on the forms site.

For enquires contact the Service Desk on 8946 6500 or email facilities@cdu.edu.au.

See Custodial above.

Grounds/landscaping is charged with the performance of the many and varied duties associated with the development and maintenance of a safe, functional and aesthetically pleasing outdoor environment at Charles Darwin University.

Areas of responsibility for the grounds staff members cover the full spectrum of horticultural activity.

For equipment hire, contact facilities@cdu.edu.au.

For any audio visual enquiries please contact the Service Desk on 8946 6500.

For classroom/lecturn instructions see facilities and equipment.

International House Darwin aims to provide a safe and secure residential community; an environment conducive to academic achievement, intellectual enquiry, and the development of the social, cultural and intellectual aspirations of its members.

A residential community functions properly when all members respect the rights, ideals, culture and religion of other residents and live in an atmosphere of mutual tolerance and understanding.

The residence affirms the rights of its members to organise their lives according to their own personal beliefs and values, provided that they do not violate the rights of others or the International House community.

More information about International House Darwin (IHD).

The IT Kiosk is an extension of the ITMS Service Desk. It is a physical space where CDU staff and students can obtain face-to-face support for CDU IT and Communications services.

More information about the IT Kiosk.

Email security or call 8946 7777 or freecall 1800 646 501. More information available at Facilities management.

Go to Facilities management for details on lecturn operations for individual classrooms.

The Office of Facilites is responsible for reporting and actioning all maintenance requests. Contact the Service Desk 8946 6500 or email the Facilities helpdesk.

The Capital Management Plan projects income from the various capital funding services and proposes expenditure.

It currently extends for the next four years.

See the Major Projects Office for information about works planned or in progress.

The University's master planners are Daryl Jackson Architects.

Master plans have been prepared for the Casuarina and Palmerston campuses. These are reviewed when a change to the master plans is necessary by a change in the University's needs.

Each year a minor new works program of about $400K is completed.

Bids are called for in November for consideration and inclusion in the following years' program.

See the Major Projects Office for information about works in progress.

View the University Operations organisational chart.

Information regarding parking can be found under Campus Traffic and Parking at Facilities management.

Repairs and maintenance projects include work required to comply with statutory conditions (e.g. testing/servicing of fire alarm systems, lifts, fume cupboards etc.), routine servicing of equipment, repairs to buildings and equipment and the ongoing planned maintenance (including painting) to buildings and equipment. All repairs and maintenance requests can be logged via the Service Desk on 8946 6500 or email facilities@cdu.edu.au

To request a review of a parking penalty download a copy of the Request for Review of Fixed Penalty Notice.

The primary role of University Operations is to facilitate the University's goals, as stated in the Strategic Plan 2012–2014, and activities, through pro-active management and responsible leadership in the efficient acquisition and use of resources.

This includes:

  • Implementing frameworks to recruit, support and develop Indigenous staff
  • Embedding staff development in line with the Code of Ethics and Staff Competency Framework
  • Expanding the administrative capacity of the organisation to support the University's programs and services, through continued development of the University Operations unit and skills profile and the suite of supporting infrastructure
  • Continuing to address governance and compliance needs as they arise, including compliance with Commonwealth and Territory legislative requirements and measures to ensure that the organisation is fulfilling its mission

For hiring of university facilities, complete a Venue Hire Request Form (docx 1.3MD).

Charles Darwin University adopts the UNI-SAFE program, which aims to alert students, staff and visitors of personal safety issues and as part of the program, aims to maximise those issues within the Charles Darwin University community.

There is 24-hour campus security available on freecall 1800 646 501 or 8946 7777.

More information is available at Facilites management.

University Operations staff list to come.

For information on student accommodation please go to accommodation.

By-laws are enforced 24 hours a day. Speed limits are in place on campus and are monitored.

uniprintNT is more than ink on paper, it provides a comprehensive range of services, including creative graphic design, digital and offset printing and multiple finishing options.

Visit uniprintNT.

The University has a range of motor vehicles available for faculties and divisions on a user-pays basis.

Further information is available on the Facilities webpage.

All bookings for University vehicles are made electronically by the Book a Vehicle icon.

If it is found that vehicles are unavailable please contact the Facilities Help Desk on 8946 6500.

Visit the Yulara centre.