Responsibilities of Affairs of Faculty Members

 

The main activities of this department are administrative and employment affairs, promotions and welfare affairs of faculty members.

 

  • Assessing the educational needs of faculty members at the level of clinical and basic sciences groups based on domestic and foreign standards to promote the education of faculty members and also increase the quality of health services in the community
  • Providing programs of strengthening faculty members
  • Creating a file of scientific, educational, research and executive records of faculty members
  • Corresponding with the relevant ministry and other institutions of higher education
  • Corresponding with the disciplinary board of faculty members
  • Forming Transfer Committee of faculty members, reviewing submitted applications within the framework of ministerial and internal rules and instructions
  • Corresponding to issue certificates requested by faculty members
  • Monitoring continuously the quantitative and qualitative performance of the faculty members and conducting expertise in matters such as annual promotion, promotion of scientific status, and change of employment status, etc.
  • Assessing the records of faculty members with a perspective of 5 and 10 years to identify people whose retirement time is coming and the necessary planning for a suitable replacement
  • Assessing needs of faculty members in the departments of the university's affiliated faculties
  • Recruiting and supplying faculty members required by educational departments and research centers within the framework of notified licenses, rules and regulations in two ways: a- Human resource subject to legal obligations, b- Contract employment
  • Preparing and issuing all legal rulings of faculty members, including: increase of salaries and benefits at the beginning of each year based on approvals and approved coefficients, basic promotion, promotion of scientific status, calculation of educational service records, educational mission, service officer, transfer, unpaid leave, study opportunity, retirement.
  • Carrying out matters related to the path of career promotion: Carrying out the steps related to the educational mission or scholarship in or outside the country in order to obtain supplementary, specialized certificates, fellowships and study opportunities
  • Implementing notified laws and regulations, including: notification and sending of relevant instructions, approvals, notification from the relevant ministry, Board of Trustees, University Council, and Auditing Board to relevant faculties and offices, implementing and supervising over their implementation.
  • Carrying out current welfare and miscellaneous affairs at the request of faculty members, including: issuing letters of introduction to banks, organizations in governmental affairs, conducting transfers and changing the field of children of faculty members, preparing certificates for fulfilling legal obligations to obtain specialized and sub-specialized certificates.
  • Preparing and adjusting personnel information, including entering personnel and employment information in the system of rulings and completing Form 502, submitting statistical reports in various fields to the subordinate areas of the university and the relevant ministry, preparing performance reports and compiling personnel files, etc.
  • Assessing and determining the extent to which each faculty member enjoys the extraordinary right to be deprived of an office in six-month periods
  • Holding meetings with departments, faculties and reviewing issues and problems of faculty members
  • Coordinating the implementation of the Thought Banquet Plan in the holy city of Mashhad to empower faculty members
  • Providing welfare programs for faculty members such as gyms and swimming pools
  • Submitting proposals to the University Board of Directors and Board of Trustees for approval of laws and regulations related to faculty members
  • Developing an educational fee method for respected full-time faculty members and non-faculty teachers
  • Developing and revising office deprivation procedure for esteemed full-time geographical faculty members
  • Providing facilities in the form of welfare fund of faculty members
  • Holding special camps for faculty members
  • Honoring and appreciating the honorable faculty members on various occasions such as special days and ...
  • Forming Productivity Committee in Education as a special committee of the University Educational Council to expertly review and expedite the affairs of faculty members
  • Creating an online system for registering committed applicants for service as faculty members
  • Re-engineering colleges and fields of study and educational groups
  • Revising the management right
  • Developing out-of-university cooperation regulations for full-time geographical faculty members