“A Citizen-Centric Public Service”.
“To transform the public service for efficient and effective service delivery”.
DECLARATION OF VACANCIES
MASINDE MULIRO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – MAIN CAMPUS, KAKAMEGA TOWN
B) Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic & Students Affairs) - ONE (1) POST
Basic Salary: - Ksh.336,478- Ksh.470,711 p.m.
House allowance: - Ksh.82,589 p.m.
Medical Cover As may be provided by the University
Other Management Allowances
Terms of Service: - Five (5) years Contract (Renewable once) subject to satisfactory performance).
For appointment to this position, a candidate must;
(i) be Kenyan citizen;
(ii) be a holder of an earned PhD from a reputable University as well as a full professor or associate professor of a university recognized in Kenya;
(iii) have had at least ten (10) years academic and research experience with scholarly record demonstrated by publications in internationally peer reviewed journals in their areas of specialization and supervision of Masters' and Doctoral students;
(iv) have served successfully in a Senior Administrative and Management position at the level of a either Dean/Director or Deputy Principal of a Constituent College/Principal of a Campus College in a University or in other comparable level(s) for at least three (3) years;
(v) have successfully demonstrated ability and competence in administrative and academic leadership in an academic and research environment;
(vi) have had a successful record of leadership in development and implementation of academic programmes at University level;
(vii) have excellent understanding of current national, regional and global trends in University education and training globally and the factors and conditions shaping development of University education in Kenya;
(viii) be a team player with excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills and have a capacity to work effectively with students and stakeholders;
(ix) show good understanding of University functions and procedures coupled with a passion for the promotion of learning, excellence in teaching, research and innovation;
(x) have good understanding of the national policies and strategies governing University education training in Kenya;
(xi) demonstrate capacity to initiate and facilitate the development of relevant and quality market and society driven academic programmes;
(xii) be a registered member of professional association/s, where applicable, and be of good standing;
(xiii) have demonstrated ability to attract research and consultancy grants, and other awards; and
(xiii) be of high ethical standards, integrity and accountability and comply with the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution.
The following core competencies will be required:
(i) excellent organizational, interpersonal and effective communication skills as well as logical and sound decision-making ability;
(ii) creativity and innovation;
(iii) be visionary and result oriented; and
(iv) be firm, fair, accountable and transparent in the conduct of one's duties.
Duties and Responsibilities
Reporting to the Vice Chancellor, the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic and Students Affairs) will be in charge of Academic matters and Students Affairs of the University. Specific duties and responsibilities include:
(i) the overall responsibility of direction, organization and administration of learning programmes in the University;
(ii) overseeing the development and implementation of academic programmes and regulations in line with national and regional regulatory standards;
(iii) overseeing the formulation, implementation and monitoring of policies, rules and regulations, guidelines and procedures on planning, development and management of academic activities and programmes;
(iv) promoting activities that attract local and international students;
(v) advising Senate in the development of learning programmes in conformity with national and international standards and legally recognized professional bodies;
(vi) coordinating Student affairs including, admissions, accommodation, discipline and Welfare activities;
(vii) coordinating the management of and preparation of syllabi and their regulations, timetables, examinations, students’ attachment, and Library services; and
(viii) planning and mobilizing resources for teaching by allocating academic facilities, e.g. lecture halls, labs, workshops, and other teaching facilities as well as the formulation of rules governing their allocation and utilization.
E) INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO NOTE:
1. The names of shortlisted candidates shall be published on the Commission’s website;
2. Shortlisted candidates will be required to present originals of the following documents during the interviews;
(a) National Identity Card;
(b) Academic and Professional Certificates and transcripts;
(c) Any other supporting documents and testimonials;
(d) Recommendations from relevant professional bodies and associations; and
(e) Clearances from the following bodies:
(i) Kenya Revenue Authority;
(ii) Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission;
(iii) Higher Education Loans Board;
(iv) Any of the Registered Credit Reference Bureaus;
(v) Directorate of Criminal Investigations (Police Clearance Certificate)
3. Recommendations from at least three (3) referees should be sent separately to the address below.
F) MODE OF APPLICATION
1. Candidates may submit manual (hard copy) or electronic (online) applications.
2. All applications should be submitted together with detailed curriculum vitae, a copy of ID/Passport, copies of academic certificates, testimonials and any other relevant supporting documents.
3. Manual applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked:
“Application for Vice Chancellor – MMUST”
“Application for Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic & Students Affairs) - MMUST”
“Application for Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration & Finance) - MMUST”
“Application for Deputy Vice Chancellor (Planning Research & Innovation) - MMUST” and delivered to:
Public Service Commission
P.O Box 30095-00100
4. Online applications may be submitted via email to: email@example.com
All applications should reach the Public Service Commission on or before2nd March, 2021 latest by 5.00 p.m. (East African Time)