This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'New Principal's employment package'.

David Black 
13 November 2009 
Our Ref: FOI 2009/176 – F0074862 
Dear Mr Black, 
Re: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – Request for Information 
Thank you for your email which was received by the University on 19 October 2009 timed 
14:28 hours, requesting the following information: 
I believe the University has appointed a new Principal. 
Could you please let me know: 
What is contained in the employment package including salary, health care, pension, 
annual leave, etc. 
University’s Response 
Term of Office 
The appointment is initially for a period of five years, from 1 October 2009 to 30 September 
2014.  Subject to a review by both parties not later than 1 April 2013, an extension of the term 
of the appointment may be agreed. 
A private flat within the University campus is provided and the Principal is expected to reside 
there only during the working week. 
Salary, Healthcare and Pension  
The Principal’s salary is currently £250,000 per annum.  There are no private healthcare 
provisions for University staff.   The Principal, as is the case with all Academic and Academic 
Related Staff, will automatically become a member of the Universities Superannuation 
Scheme (USS) unless he chooses to opt out. 
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Annual Leave 
The annual entitlement is 28 days for a full year's service, 9 public holidays and 3 ‘other days’.  
This is the standard entitlement for all Management, Professional and Administrative (MPA) 
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does not give the applicant or whoever receives the information any right to re-use it in such a 
way that might infringe the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (for example, by making 
multiple copies, publishing or otherwise distributing the information to other individuals and the 
public). The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (Consequential Modifications) Order 
2004 ensured that Section 50 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (“CDPA”) 
applies to the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (“FOISA”).   
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Yours sincerely, 
Data Protection and Freedom of Information Office