Assistant Registrar – 02 posts
Grade III– (US$ 14,000 to US$ 23,000)
Preferred Maximum Age: 50 years (Five year contract/extendable)
[The position is open for candidates from all the SAARC countries; one position is required in Finance & Accounts]
He/she shall be in-charge of the units/sections assigned to him/her and shall be responsible for their smooth and efficient working; shall look after day to day work of the Section/Unit of which he/she is incharge; shall coordinate schedules with other service areas to ensure there is adequate service coverage; shall organize work and delegate responsibility to maintain service and operational standards; shall enable teamwork, collaboration and information sharing to foster better service; shall coordinate the collection and maintenance of statistics for planning and reporting purposes; shall ensure that all papers are disposed of promptly and with accuracy. He/she shall also prepare items for consideration of the Governing Board/Executive Council/Academic Council or for other authorities/bodies of the University; prepare letters/office notes/orders, background material, minutes of meetings, etc.; initiate action on papers at his level, analyse and put up papers with reference to rules and regulations, maintain systematic records in electronic form. Ability to liaise with various external agencies effectively is essential. He/she shall perform other related duties and special projects as assigned or directed.
Minimum Educational Qualifications and Experience:
Master’s degree with at least 55% marks or equivalent grades, plus at least 3 years related professional experience in University/large academic institution in progressively responsible administrative positions in a Registrar’s Office. Desirable is five years of experience in Administration/Accounts/Admission/Vice-Chancellor’s Office as Section Officer or in an equivalent post in a Government department/university/educational or research institution. The successful candidate must have experience in one or more of the following areas: administrative matters, including recruitment, establishment, legal, campus/estate management or materials management – procurement, distribution of materials, import procedures/stores accounting, stock verification or work relating to statutory bodies of the University and academic administration or admission and examination – pre and post-conduct of examinations, graduation procedures and processes, academic record keeping; or experience in managing the Vice Chancellor’s office; thorough knowledge of policies, regulations and academic standards; ability to understand complex rules and regulations, and ability to apply them in varying circumstances; experience with management of an office and evaluation of employees/administration; ability to manage web applications, complex administrative databases and technology-based employees information systems.
The successful candidate must also have good knowledge of computer applications and internet; strong interpersonal skills; exceptional English writing and speaking skills; strong ethical convictions and a commitment to quality service; and the ability to competently interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty, and staff.