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1. Providing the workforce necessary to fulfill the needs of the academic and administrative units with non-academic employees in various specializations, with the approval of the authorized official, and confirming the implementation of regulations and by-laws related to employment affairs;
2. Supervising all financial matters and procurement of University needs such as materials, equipment, machinery, and tools and following procedures, specifications, and standards that guarantee the best bids as to quality, price, speed of delivery, and maintenance;
3. Maintaining the University assets and property, maintaining the inventory in all the University warehouses, finding the best method to store equipment according to its condition, type, and nature, guarantying its safety, and applying all regulations and procedures to ensure inventory control;
4. Supervising all administrative units that offer supporting services and guiding their services and activities to ensure the best fulfillment of the University potential;
5. Monitoring the University’s budget allocations and terms and preparing the necessary reports for the parties concerned;
6. Identifying and maintaining all the documents and assets of the University such as land and buildings, monitoring the state of University buildings (vacancy for example), and approving the transfer of inventory among individuals, administrations, and departments;
7. Supervising security and safety measures on all sites of the University, in addition to University property, facilities, buildings, and individuals, by employing all measures required and doing the necessary to organize traffic in all University campuses, and supplying the manpower required for such purposes;
8. Awarding construction contracts to consultants and contractors, monitoring their progress in accordance with the contracted terms and conditions, notifying and warning them upon violation of these terms and conditions, and approving their payment as required by the contracts;
9.  Supervising the use of University vehicles and the requirements of various directorates and colleges, coordinating among them, assigning necessary vehicles, administering the receipt and delivery of vehicles required, and  providing maintenance as needed in order to guarantee their good operation; 
10. Forming the necessary committees to provide annual review of University warehouses, budgets, and loans and reporting on the results of these reviews and showing the deficit or surplus, if found, its reasons and reasons for insufficiency, and giving opinions as to the standard of performance in all University warehouses;
11. Forming committees to  evaluate annual requirements, revising such requirements, and ensuring that they are within the capacity of storage;
12. Permitting distribution from University warehouses and approving records of inventory, receiving, and returns to the warehouses.
13. Pursuing payments of all loans and other University receivables, monitoring all revenue collection, notification of the existence of cheques or transfer money orders to individuals, companies, or institutions, and not transferring outstanding amounts of money into deposits unless their owners are notified for a considerable span of time;
14. Issuing authorizations and purchase orders up to a maximum value not exceeding five hundred thousand Saudi Riyals;
15. Forming committees for sales and appraisals, approving bids of a value not exceeding 500,000 Saudi Riyals, and approving incoming bids for sales of the University’s excess equipment;
16. Hiring out or leasing University property and terminating such contracts according to University by-laws;
17. Renewing guarantees and bank bonds whose conditions require renewal;
18. Providing short-term loans for specific purposes which do not exceed one hundred thousand Saudi Riyals (100,000 SR);
19. Taking the appropriate measures upon discovering any violations, pilferage, or other malfeasance that endanger University money or property;
20. Recommending the cancellation of missing or damaged goods from University contracts if due to use and storage, or if there is a shortage in the contract for reasons beyond the control of its guarantor;
21. Supplying the University budget with amounts of up to two million Saudi Riyals each occurrence by signing the payment orders;
22. Signing all contracts that are agreed upon between the University and others, with the exception of those mentioned in Paragraph B/1/F of this administrative decision;
23. Authorizing the financial unit to pay the tuition and the training fees for University employees, and to pay the trainees’ allowances and any other expenses;
24. Compensating employees for cancelling leaves contingent on the consent of the concerned official, and paying their benefits regarding compensation or gratuities at the end of their service;
25. Appointing deputies inside the Kingdom for a period that does not exceed five days, and a copy of the decision is to be sent to the President of Qassim University;
26. Permission to pay deputies an allowance in accordance with the duration of deputation decision when he presents a report about his mission (if required), and the report is attached and sent to the concerned official;
27.  Assigning employees to work beyond official working hours for a period that does not exceed two weeks;
28. Issuing pay deduction decisions for days of absence for University employees, on the basis of the reports sent by their respective administration;
29. Signing travel vouchers or their reimbursements, cancellations, and alterations of travel plans,   according to their purpose, except for sabbatical leaves;
30. Completing all recruitment procedures, contracts, and terminations for Saudis and non-Saudis, and all matters related to their services, salaries, and allowances;
31. Issuing decisions regarding promotion, deployment, secondment, deputation, increases, bonuses, leaves, and allowances, in addition to termination and sanctions on condition that a written letter of approval of these administrative decisions is obtained from the president of the University;
32. Issuing decisions of deployment and training for University employees, except faculty and teaching staff members, when all administrative procedures are completed;
33. Contracting with non-Saudis, excluding faculty and teaching staff, in accordance with the regulations and instructions followed in such cases when the approval by the president of the University is obtained;
34. Permission for job transfer (change of guarantor) of University employees in accordance with the already specified criteria and standards that are approved by the president of the University;
35. Termination of contracts, and decisions on contract non-renewal for non-Saudi employees, with the exception of faculty and teaching staff members;
36. Permission to cancel the leaves for non-academic staff University employees, in accordance with work requirements;
37. Taking the procedures to alter job titles at the request of their destination after the approval of the President of the University;
38.  Issuing the decision to deploy medical doctors for exams or for interviews within Saudi Arabia, including the necessary travel tickets, according to University regulations;
39. Referring University employees to retirement when they reach prescribed age, or issuing an extension decision for their services upon the approval by the officials in charge;
40.  Signing on the information details and certificates of service;
41. Administering records retention and management and reference services for official University documentation;
42. Administering transfer of the University’s documents and records in accordance with the University storage by-laws and regulations.  Documents and records shall show a file number, index headings or keywords, security marking, references to previous, subsequent or related files, and file period (i.e. the date or year of opening, and closure when known) to aid organization;
43. Forming technical evaluation committees for examining tenders, bids, and offers;  
44. Forming committees for both initial and final phases of delivery of finalized works;
45. Approving the extension of duration of contracts in the event that the contractor has been assigned additional work, an order has been issued from the University to stop the works for reasons beyond the contractor’s power, or  the annual financial funds for the project are not sufficient to complete the work on time, so long as Article (52) in the system of competition and government procurement is not violated;
46. Approving increases or decreases of contractors’ obligations within the limits of the normal ratio and the funds allocated, if required by the public interest, with the consent by the concerned official;
47. Signing all financial exchange orders to University employees when regular procedures are completed;
48. Approving sub-contractors and specialized contractors who are affiliated to contractors and consultants;
49. Granting ordinary, emergency, and exceptional leaves to employees in the units affiliated to him, and the Deanship of Faculty and Personnel Affairs is to complete the procedures according to regulations;
50. Referring  University employees, excluding academic staff members such as faculty, lecturers, and teaching assistants, in addition to employees of Rank11 or above, to the standing committee for investigation regarding disciplinary violations attributed to them, with recommendations by the committee to be sent to the president’s office;
51. Receiving the University auditor's quarterly report and forwarding it to the specialized authority to note observations and correct errors, if any, and refer the matter to the president of the University;
52. Advertising in newspapers for approved non-academic jobs after consultation with the president of the University;
53. Ordering entry visas to the Kingdom for all who are affiliated with the University, contractors, or consultants, excluding visitors and grant students;
54. Communicating directly with ministries, governmental institutions, and the like within his specialization, provided that they are of equal or similar rank.