Role and Responsibilities of the Secretary-General
The primary role of the Secretary-General is to act:
- As secretary of the University’s decision-making bodies;
- As custodian of its regulations and procedures; and
- As defender of the school’s legal interests.
The Secretary-General is also:
- An adviser to the Director General, management team, deans, department heads and the whole ÉTS community;
- A facilitator who supports the teaching and research functions; and
- A mediator who assists with the processing and resolution of problems and can be called upon to intervene in settling sensitive issues.
The Secretary-General supervises:
- The Legal Affairs Department
- The Secretariat
- The Document Management and Archives Office
- The Communications Department
- The Events Bureau
- The Development Fund and Alumni Affairs Department
- The Development Fund
- The Alumni Affairs Department
He also collaborates with:
- The Harassment Prevention and Resolution Office (HPRO), which reports to the Board of Directors.