Job Re-Advertisement: Positions of Principal and Deputy Principal

1. Makerere University seeks to fill key positions of Principal and Deputy Principal in the Colleges listed below. The Colleges of Makerere University are semi-autonomous academic units comprised of Schools, Institutes and Departments which carry out academic and administrative functions to fulfil the mandates of teaching, research, community outreach and knowledge transfer. POST: PRINCIPAL 4 Positions

This is a senior management position in the University. The Office bearer is responsible for the overall leadership and administration of the College.

Job description

The Principal is the Academic and Administrative head of the College and is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for promoting and maintaining academic excellence, management efficiency and good order of the College.

Tenure

The Principal is appointed to hold office for a term of four years.

Salary Scale: M3

2. POST: DEPUTY PRINCIPAL 3 Positions

This is a senior management position in the University. The office bearer assists the Principal in providing leadership and administration of the College.

Job Description

The Deputy Principal deputises the Principal of a College and performs such other duties as may be assigned by the Principal in conformity with the laid down procedures of Makerere University.

Tenure

The Principal is appointed to hold office for a term of four years.

Salary Scale: M4

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Mode of application

i. Interested individuals should submit a letter of application accompanied with Curriculum Vitae, copies of relevant Academic Credentials and naming three referees;

ii. Applications should make sure that at least two referees have forwarded references concerning their application by the stated deadline;

iii. The deadline for submission of applications is 22nd November, 2019 at 5:00pm East African time.

iv. Applications should be submitted to:

Source: MAKERERE University

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