The Registry Department is the life-line of the workings of the Centre and it provides various supportive administrative services for the Centre. It is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Organization’s logistics. The department is headed by the Registrar.
The Registrar is the Secretary to the Governing Council and the Academic Board, as well as Council’s other Committees. He assists the Leadership, along with other Heads of Departments, in the formation and execution of administrative policies of the Organization. He advises Management on matters affecting the welfare of staff and material resources. He also organizes human resources of the Centre, and takes administrative actions in the execution of projects and contracts awarded by the Council.
Registry department, which serves as the nerve centre of the organization has among its duties; policy formulation and execution, evaluation of Scheme of Service and Conditions of Service, using both to effect recruitment and welfare of staff members.
FUNCTIONS OF THE REGISTRY
Major Functions of the Registry include:
- Recruitment Process
- Management of Employee Data Base
- Ensuring Statutory Compliance to rule and order
- Staff Training and Development
- Performance Appraisal of staff
- Staff Management of Welfare and Employee Relations
- Management of Labour matters
- Staff Exit Formalities.
The Registry thus provides services to enable the Centre achieve its goal. The Registry therefore organize, link and facilitate the programmes and activities of the Divisions and Units in the Registry as well as other Programmes and activities of other departments. As the custodians of rules and regulations of the Centre, the Registry ensures compliance to such rules and regulations by staff and participants/visitors. To this end, the main features of the organizational structure of the Registry Department have been based on the following criteria.
- The delegation of the day-to-day central administrative responsibilities without impairing overall managerial capacity of the most senior officers
- The devolution of initiatives and responsibilities as close as possible to the point of action, and
- The Provision of additional support to the Director and Chief Executive so that he could have time for the difficult functions of planning, coordinating and control.
UNITS OF THE DEPARTMENT
The department has the following Units carrying out precise duties to enable the system functions effectively.
- Governing Council and General Duties
- Training and Staff Development
- Legal Matters
- Welfare and Pension Matters
LIST OF STAFF
The under-listed were the staff members of the Registry in 2017.
|1||Alh. A. M. Biu||B.A., M.A. (History), ADPA||Registrar|
|2.||Dr. Azuka, Bernard Festus||NCE (Maths./Econs), B.Ed (Education Mgt./Maths)
M.Ed. (Educ. Planning)
Ph.D (Maths. Education)
|Deputy Registrar (Establishment)|
|3.||Mr. Obayomi, G.||BSc. (International Relations)
MSc. (International Relations)
|Deputy Registrar (Council & Top Management)|
|4.||Barr. Okagbue A. I.||LL.B (Hons), BL||Deputy Registrar (Training)|
|5.||Mr. Etim, I. A.||BSc.(Maths/Stats), PGD (Comp. Sc.), MSc. (Fin. Maths.)||Principal Assistant Registrar (Council & Top Management)
|6.||Ojogbede T. B. (Mrs.)||BSc. (Geography)||Principal Assistant Registrar (Establishment)|
|7.||Obanure Kehinde||B. A. (Ed.) Religious Studies)||Principal Assistant Registrar (Legal)|
|8.||Eyemese Pius E.||OND (Secretarial Studies),
|Chief Personal Secretary|
|9.||Salami I. O.||50WPM (Typewriting), Certificate in Personal Assistant (ECO) Cert.||Principla Executive Officer 1 (Establishment)|
|10||Ogbu Alfred||BSc. (Sociology)||Assistant Registrar (Establishment)|
|11.||Kadiri Faustina N.||HND (Office Tech. & Mgt)||Personal Secretary 1|
|Olorunmaiye Joel||HND (Mgt), PGD (Bus. Admin.), MBA(Mgt)||Assistant Chief Executive Officer|
|12.||Ibikunle Alex R.||B. Tech (Bus. Admin & Mgt.)||Assistant Registrar|
|13.||Garba Richard||BSc. (Public Admin.)||Senior Executive Officer|
|14.||Ojo Mary B.||BSc. Econs./Stats.
MSc. (Financial Maths.)
|Senior Executive Officer|
|15.||Armstrong Ezenwayi||LL.B (Hons), BL||Education Officer II|
|16.||Mohammed Fazhi Ibrahim||BSc. (International Studies)||Administrative Officer II|
|Abigail Aigomawu||BSc (Industrial Maths.),
|Administrative Officer II|
|17||Alao Ruth Oluwakemi||BSc. (Business Admin.)||Administrative Officer II|
|18.||Mrs Deborah Bassey||BSc. ( Business Admin.)||Administrative Officer II|
|19||Kasimu Mohammed||ND (Public Admin.)||Chief Clerical Officer|
|20||Agbane Monica||ND (Adult Education in Community Development)||Chief Clerical Officer|
|21.||Olorunmaye Grace T.||Cert. in Local Govt. Admin.||Chief Clerical Officer|
|22.||Arikawe, Juliet Adebukunola||ANDSS, ND(Public Admin.)||Personal Secretary 1|