The Office of Human Resources plays a sensitive and effective role in achieving the University’s strategic goals, since it is responsible for its human resources which are the infrastructure for progress and development.
This Office runs the operations which procures a distinguished staff having the necessary competence and expertise to achieve the University’s strategic goals, such as employment, evaluation and training. It is also responsible for managing affairs related to the University’s academic and administrative staffs, such as salaries, benefits and allowances, in addition to the organization of working hours and leaves.
The Office of Human Resources endeavors to help and assist all University employees in a manner that provides a positive environment that encourages production and distinction at work.
Description of duties and responsibilities
Job description is one of the most important tools for organizing work and defining responsibilities. It is considered the main reference for all job posts at the University, and the bedrock for the Office’s operations, most important of which are evaluation and training.
Job Description of Academic Posts
Job Description of the Administrative Staff
- Student Affairs Administration job description
- Administrative job description in the registry office
- The Work Description of the person in charge of administering the exams
- Librarian Job Description
- Drivers Job Description
- Hospitality Worker and Cleaner Job Description
- Administrative Assistant Job Description
- Administrative Affairs Official Job Description
- Job Description of the Archivist
- Digital Media & Advertising Officer Job Description
- Registration Officer Job Description
- Communication Officer Job Description
- Maintenance Officer Job Description
- Warehouse Administrator Job Description
- Procurement Officer Job Description
- Human Resources Officer Job Description
- Student Affairs Officer Job Description
- Quality Assurance Officer Job Description
- Receptionist Job Description
- Security Employee Job Description
- University Cafeteria Employee Job Description
Human Resources Policies and Procedures
Human Resources policies are the organizing rules of the Office’s work, and the reference for organizing the operations related to human resources at the University. These policies determine the executive steps that must be followed by the Office’s employees, in addition to the administrative and academic staffs.
- Internal Communication Instructions
- Time and leave policies for non-academic employees (HRM – POL 06 – ED01)
- Contract management policies (HRM – POL 03 – ED01)
- Academic recruitment policies (HRM – POL 05 – ED01)
- Policies for evaluating the performance of non-academic employees (HRM – POL 07 – ED01)
- Employment policies for non-academics (HRM – POL 09 – ED01)
- Academic recruitment procedures (HRM – PRC 05 – ED01)
- Time and leave procedures for non-academic employees (HRM – PRC 06 – ED01)
- Contract procedures (HRM – PRC 03 – ED01)
- Procedures for evaluating the performance of non-academic employees (HRM – PRC 07 – ED01)
- Procedures for hiring non-academics (HRM – PRC 09 – ED01)
You may request a statement by filling the Statement Application Form at the Office of Human Resources, and send it to the Human Resources officer on the following email address (firstname.lastname@example.org), or to send a paper copy on the University’s internal mail. The statement shall be handed within a period of 3 days after filing the application.
Available Job Opportunities
- Instruction Application Form
- Employment Application Form