Higher Education Series

 

Assistant to Higher Education Officer

  1. Position Definition:

An assistant to higher education officer shall, under the supervision of a higher education officer or university dean or college dean, perform such administrative duties as may be assigned to him/her.

  1. Qualifications:

For appointment as assistant to higher education officer, a candidate must have demonstrated satisfactory qualities of personality and character and ability to work with others for the good of the institution. He/she must have had at least two years of experience in higher education or appropriate graduate work generally or in the area of specialization to which he/she will be assigned. He/she must show potential for significant achievement and growth. He/she must possess a baccalaureate degree.

Higher Education Assistant

  1. Position Definition:

The duties of a higher education assistant are to serve as an assistant to one of the major educational officers of a college or the university with responsibility for a limited area of planning or research.

  1. Qualifications:

For appointment as higher education assistant, the candidate must have demonstrated satisfactory qualities of personality and character and ability to work with others for the good of the institution. He/she must have had at least four years of experience in one or more areas of higher education and be sufficiently adaptable to apply such experience to the field in which his/her responsibility will lie. He/she must possess at least a baccalaureate degree and show definite potential for significant achievement and growth in the area to which he/she is assigned.

Higher Education Associate

  1. Position Definition:

The duties of a higher education associate are:

  1. To serve as deputy for a higher education officer.
  2. To assume administrative responsibility under the general supervision of a university or college dean for some major area of university or college activity, such as institutional research, campus planning and development, coordination of relations with community and civic groups, supervision and coordination of all educational data processing, coordination of applications to federal, state, and private foundations for educational grants, direction of specific specialized campus activities.
  3. To function as executive assistant to the chancellor or president.
  4. To develop some major aspect of new programs
  1. Qualifications:

For appointment as higher education associate, a candidate must have demonstrated satisfactory qualities of personality and character and ability to work with others for the good of the institution. He. she must have had at least six years of experience in the area of higher education in which his/her responsibility will lie. He, she must be sufficiently well versed in the overall functions of the university to be able to serve as deputy for a higher education officer, or to carry full responsibility under the general supervision of a university or college dean for some major area of university or college activity. He/she must possess at least a baccalaureate degree and show evidence of exceptional achievement in his/her chosen field as well as potential for future growth.

Higher Education Officer

  1. Position Definition:

The duties of a higher education officer are:

  1. To assume full administrative responsibility for some major area of university or college activity, such as institutional research, campus planning and development, coordination of relations with community and civic groups. supervision and coordination of all educational data processing, coordination of applications to federal, state, and private foundations for educational grants, direction of specific, specialized campus activities.
  2. To function as executive assistant to the chancellor or president.
  3. To develop some major aspect of new programs.
  1. Qualifications:

For appointment as higher education officer, the candidate must have demonstrated satisfactory qualities of personality and character and ability to work with others for the good of the institution. He/she must have had at least eight years of experience in the area of higher education in which his/her responsibility will lie. He/she must be sufficiently well versed in the overall functions of a university to be able to assume full responsibility, answerable to his/her college president (or to the chancellor, deputy chancellor or vice chancellor if he/she is assigned to a university position) for some major area of university or college activity. He/she must possess at least a baccalaureate degree and show evidence of exceptional achievement in his/her chosen field as well as potential for future growth.