Human Resources is responsible for supporting programs that enhance the personal and professional lives of EBKUST faculty, staff, and student employees. The office is made up of three units: Benefits, Employment, and Employee Relations.
Human Resources Department is committed to supporting faculty and staff members’ success through every stage of their employment at the University of EBKUST. We place a high priority on creating an environment where faculty and staff do their best work. Whether you are a new employee completing your onboarding, or a seasoned professional preparing for retirement, Human Resource Management has a program or resource to assist you.
What We Do
Human Resource Management (HRM) is responsible for providing a comprehensive range of services that improve the lives of those who work, learn, and visit the University of Ernest Bai Koroma University of science & Technology. Our department’s mission is to empower a community of excellence. The department is an administrative unit under the office of Registrar. HRM is led by Mrs. Sofie Alieu.
The Benefits team is dedicated to assisting employees in making informed benefits decisions related to plans and programs offered by the University. Responsibility areas include retirement planning, employee and graduate student health insurance, life insurance, flexible spending accounts, disability insurance, and long-term care insurance.
The Employment team supports staffing and position management needs for the EBKUST community. Responsibility areas include job title administration, recruiting and onboarding, and appointment processing.
The Employee Relations team works to partner with employees and managers to ensure that the University offers everyone a positive, constructive, and efficient work environment. Responsibility areas include labor relations, grievance resolution, workplace violence matters, counseling and disciplinary action, exit interviews, and performance management.
HR Information Systems
HR Information Systems is responsible for supporting the overall operation of HR systems (other than HR/Pay), including implementation, security, reporting, training, development, end-user support, and overall administration.