Observatory Tasks:

First - Social Responsibility Department:

- Conducting social responsibility programs at the university, by proposing development initiatives based on monitoring and follow-up 

- Monitoring the social responsibility activities implemented by the university in order to be evaluated according to specific criteria in order to develop them.

- Documenting successful experiences and best practices in social responsibility in various fields. 

- Building a social responsibility database that includes all experts, researchers, academics and those interested in social responsibility, with the aim of optimal utilization of specialized human power.

- Suggesting financial, administrative and regulatory guidelines for social responsibility institutions to facilitate their use in various social responsibility activities.

- Monitoring all events, conferences and seminars related to social responsibility and selecting the most important ones to encourage others to participation in them.

- Sponsoring in-depth studies on responsibility in coordination with the relevant authorities at the university. - Suggesting academic, professional and educational development programs

- Activate holding conferences, seminars, lectures and workshops in coordination with the relevant authorities at the university.

- Carrying out any other tasks assigned to the observatory within its field of competence.



The social responsibility department includes several entities, and they are:
1- Volunteer Work Center:
* Spreading and enriching the culture of volunteer work at the university.
* Supervising the volunteer work at the university.
* Following up on volunteer opportunities at the university.
* Setting controls for volunteer opportunities and how to join them.
* Coordinating with relevant departments at the university and the community in the field of volunteer work.
* Evaluating and developing volunteer work at MU.


2- People with Special Needs Center:
* Supervising the implementation of the university’s document for students with special needs.
* Providing social, psychological, medical, educational and vocational services to people with special needs.
* Educating the public with the rights of people with special needs within the university’s geographical scope.


3- Family and Childhood Center:
* Being responsible to everything related to family and childhood within the geographical scope of the university.
* Providing consultations and research, and participating in family and childhood festivals.
* Educating the public with the family and children’s rights.


4- Blood Bank Club:
* Assisting health authorities located within the university's geographical scope to increase their stock of blood units.
* Reaching donors at the place and time that suits them using a mobile health unit equipped with the latest medical equipment and a highly professional team.
* Spreading the culture of blood donation within the geographical scope of the university.


Second - Community Service Department:
* Developing community service programs in light of community needs.
* Activating community partnerships with non-profit institutions and government and private sectors.
* Promoting the culture of community service among students and employees.
* Contributing to the preservation of cultural and civilizational heritage of society.
* Introducing societal issues into research projects.
* Improving the efficiency of university employees.
* Monitoring all events, conferences and seminars related to community service.
* Proposing financial, administrative and regulatory work guides for entities affiliated with the Community Service Department.


The Community Service Department contains several entities, and they are:
1- Local Development Programs Division:
* Following up on the implementation of community service programs listed in the university’s tenth development plan and the university’s second strategic plan.
* Activating the university’s role in developing the local community in terms of social, economic, cultural, health, and workforce employment fields.
* Proposing plans to develop the local community’s awareness to participate in university activities.
* Spreading the culture of collective participation in implementing development goals.
* Providing proposals that contribute to overcoming the obstacles to achieving this role.


2- Community Service Follow-up Division:
* Following up on how to conduct community service programs in colleges.
* Supporting colleges in the field of community service.


3- Mobile Community Services Division:
* It is responsible for monitoring the mechanism of providing community services through the observatory’s mobile centers.


4- Awareness and Education Division:
* Proposing awareness and education programs in the field of community development, such as educational and training programs, seminars and lectures that help spread the culture of community service.
* Proposing scientific conferences focusing on community service issues.
* Cooperating with the media in the field of community service, in coordination with the relevant authorities.


5- Community Participations Division:
* Following up on community service work and environmental development, and evaluating programs and plans implemented by relevant authorities at the university.
* Proposing supportive plans to build permanent relationships with community institutions and individuals to contribute to the university’s initiatives and operational plans.
* Building the university’s annual plan to participate in various community events.


Third - Support Services Department:
* Following up and completing all procedures related to employees including vacations, promotion, transfer, assignment, secondment, overtime, courses, and the like.
* Following up on the operational and strategic plan and annual report.
* Following up on working hours, attendance and departure data of employees, record absences, and inform the relevant authorities.
* Providing support to divisions, identifying the need for furniture, equipment, and advances.
* Supervising the administration’s website constantly.
* Supervising the activation of electronic services and transactions.
* Covering and documenting all events at the administration and sharing them with the General Administration of Public Relations and University Media.
* Preparing general periodic reports on the activities and achievements in coordination with the departments.
* Coordinating with the competent authorities within the university about administrative, technical and service aspects.
* Organizing and preserving documents for easy retrieval.
* Carrying out any other work or tasks assigned by the administration.


Fourth - Continuing Professional Development Department:
* Assisting health practitioners and conducting training courses and workshops for continuing medical education.
* Adopting the highest quality standards with the aim of developing professional competencies and providing effective solutions for organizations and human capital.
* Fostering the culture of partnership among the trainees to reach the highest levels of excellence.
* Recruiting certified and experienced trainers and consultants and evaluating them according to precise standards.
* Responding to any training requirements efficiently by maintaining quality resources, selectively recruiting employees with the best qualifications and experience and interacting with trainees and market needs.
* Adopting a modern training methodology that emphasizes the effective participation of trainees and making them part of the training process.
* Developing a business portfolio in a balanced manner that suits the administration’s strengths and utilize the most attractive opportunities.