The quality of our University is determined by the quality of our human resources capacity, and their creative and professional activity. Thus, GMIT aims to attract, retain, and develop the professionals of exceptional quality who are committed to the success of the University, and to support them in ways that allow them to achieve their highest potential. It starts with strategically focused recruitment and hiring that strengthens the University’s capability in teaching, research and administrative activities, thus creating a critical nucleus for strong leadership for today and the future.
Human Resources Department will aim to develop a strong retention program committed to providing financial and intellectual incentives. Within this objective, we will strive to create an environment that is safe, work-life balanced, and supportive. Given the potential lack of qualified candidates and financial risks, Human Resources Department will aim to strategically increase its investment in career and professional development of the existing staff by offering training or advanced study opportunities in their professional fields and beyond.
To enable our employees to reach their full potential, GMIT will develop and implement regular training, e.g. in management, communication, leadership etc., in addition to those identified as needed in analyses.
Our recruitment process
We ensure fair and transparent recruitment practices. All applicants are provided with equal opportunities and fair treatment. Our recruitment process begins with a position being identified and defined. Positions are announced on our website under Current Vacancies. Once the application deadline has passed, we initially screen all applications in accordance with the following process:
- Job applications are screened against the selection criteria as described in the announcement
- Applicants who pass the selection criteria will be invited to interview
- References from previous employers will be checked
The selection committee comprises three or more members. A final decision is never be made by a single person.