- Duties and responsibilities of the Office for Scientific Research shall be the following:
1.1 Organizes and coordinates the work of the Office of Scientific Research;
1.2 Compiles various information, analysis and statistical reports for the needs of the University, related to scientific publications and papers, as well as participation in scientific conferences of academic staff;
1.3 The Office of Scientific Research in cooperation with the Vice Rector for Teaching, Student Affairs and Scientific Research shall continuously monitor the publications of the university’s academic staff;
1.4 Compiles and updates the database of scientific publications for university’s academic staff;
1.5 Works in consultation with the management of UHZ, namely the Vice-Rector for Teaching, Student Affairs and Research, as well as other relevant stakeholders to support the promotion and implementation of recommendations arising from the Bologna Process at UHZ;
1.6 Performs work in coordination with the UHZ Senate, Steering Council, Academic Units, Institutes, as well as with councils, committees and working groups in the field of research and related matters;
1.7 Prepares materials for the Editing Council meetings;
1.8 Maintains and continuously updates the database of academic staff at UHZ;
1.9 Prepares the material for the meetings of the Study Committees, the Central Council of Doctoral Studies, the Editing Council and the University Senate, which deals with scientific research;
1.10 On the operational aspects, the Director of the Office for Scientific Research shall report to the Secretary General, while on professional matters related to work tasks shall report and shall coordinate the work with the Vice Rector for Teaching, Student Affairs and Scientific Research.
- Under the systematisation of the jobs, the Office for Scientific Research shall consist of the following positions: 2.1 Director of the Office for Scientific Research; 2.2 Officer for Scientific Research.
- The number of employees in the Office for Scientific Research is two (2).