FCWRE Academic Program Officer


Mr. Tesfaye Ababu
Academic Program Officer
Duties and Responsibilities of an Academic Program Officer
  • Ensures classes are conducted consistently as per the schedules and propose appropriate
  • measures to the Director of UG and Faculty Dean and ensure course exam grades are submitted to the registrar on time.;
  • Assign academic advisors to sections within each program in consultation with chair holders;
  • Coordinate senior projects and examiners for undergraduate program and Develops guidelines for appropriate evaluation of B.Sc. project defense in the faculty
  • Entertaining Petition for Re-marking from students for courses and request the relevant chair to assign two academic staff, who can make the re-marking impartially and then approve one of the grades submitted to him and finally submit the final result to the registrar
  • Work closely with the assistant registrar and ensures the keeping of proper academic records of students of each program
  • Be a member of Students Affair committee within the faculty
  • Attend occasional Program Coordinator meetings as provided by the Undergraduate Director Office of the institute.
  • Act as a liaison between the Director for undergraduate programs of the institute and the faculty dean
  • Cooperate in arranging orientation programs for new undergraduate students of the institute with other faculty academic program officers and the Director for Undergraduate programs of the institute.
  • Develop annual activity plan as per its strategic plan in relation with Teaching and Learning process;
  • Standardize and harmonize evaluation and monitoring procedures and format in the faculty in consultation with the faculty dean and chairs.
  • Undertake any other related tasks given by the dean

Terms of Office: The term of the academic officer shall be two years with possible extension for one more term. The Scientific Director in consultation with the faculty dean will decide if he/she would like to extend the appointment for a second term.