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Office of the Vice Chancellor
The Vice Chancellor serves as the chief academic, financial and administrative officer of the university. The jobholder advances the university’s mission, vision and motto and ensures compliance with the legal requirements and expectations of the Government of Uganda and its organs. The Vice Chancellor also develops and stewards resources to ensure that facilities and programmes are modern, excellent, and well managed. He or she resources the university with quality personnel and develops them for greater usefulness and promotes excellence in academics, research, and community engagement.
Offices aligned to the office of the Vice Chancellor
CYBER & WEB SERVICES
" Website Content Development, Online Learning Security, seeking to build in security during the development stages of software systems, networks and data centres looking for vulnerabilities and risks in hardware and software finding the best way to secure the IT infrastructure of an organisation building firewalls into network infrastructures constantly monitoring for attacks and intrusions"
"Human resources specialists are responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers. They may also handle employee relations, payroll, benefits, and training. Human resources managers plan, direct and coordinate the administrative functions of the University.”
University Information System(UIS)
"As a high-level executive, the information systems (IS) manager is in charge of computer- and technology-related research, development and productivity of business firms. They manage the work of other IT professionals, like computer engineers, systems analysts, data security specialists and computer support specialists. .”
University Health Services
"directing, coordinating and administering medical and non-medical resources, facilities and services. liaising with clerical, medical and professional staff at all levels. developing services and implementing changes. recruiting staff. attending meetings. writing reports. managing budgets. dealing with complaints or problems.”
Center for Graduate Studies, research and innovations
"Graduate Program Chairs advise program members and students on: Policies that govern graduate education, Student records and student progress and advising, Funding, tuition remission policies Options and processes for student educational leaves, Student disqualification procedures, Campus resources and student services Mentoring guidelines and best practices, Course curriculum and degree requirements”