About the organisational structure
The organisation chart, which describes the academic/management structure of the University, has three main purposes:
- to provide a common framework to underpin our four main data management systems: finance, staff records, student records and the space record system. Ensuring that each system structure maps to this framework (despite necessary differences) makes it possible to compare data from different systems;
- to act as a framework for resource allocation within the University; and
- to provide the basis for the University’s Provider Profile return to HESA.
The latest version of the University’s organisation chart can be downloaded from here: Organisational Structure (Trinity 2019) (55kb)
Updates to the organisational structure
To seek changes to the Organisation Structure please contact PACS in the first instance to discuss what approvals, if any, are necessary for the change to be enacted. To formally request a change please complete the online web form. Please note changes cannot be enacted until they have received formal approval from necessary officers or committees.
All queries and completed requests should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information on how the Organisation Structure is used and making changes to it, please see the following guidance: Organisation Structure Guidance (June 2017) (201kb)
Domain name requests
Requests for a new domain name are first reviewed by IT Services and, where appropriate, are then assessed by PACS for any impact on the University structure. Requests can be made at any time of the year. If you wish to establish a new domain name (email or web) please email email@example.com